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Calif. Inmate Population at Lowest Level in 17 Years
Calif. Inmate Population at Lowest Level in 17 Years KQED News, June 14, 2012
LA County is sending drastically fewer people to prison post-realignment
LA County is sending drastically fewer people to prison post-realignment KPCC Radio, June 14, 2012
Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Governor now wants to keep juvenile lockups open
Governor now wants to keep juvenile lockups open San Francisco Chronicle, May 20, 2012
CJCJ response to Governor Brown's May budget revise
On May 14, 2012 Governor Brown released the May revision to the budget for fiscal year 2012/13.  The revision retracted both his original proposal for full juvenile justice realignment and the budget…
Misconceptions about high-risk youth offenders
Misconceptions about high-risk youth offenders California Progress Report, May 11, 2012
Juvenile realignment: is local supervision the answer?
Juvenile realignment: is local supervision the answer? Victorville Daily Press, May 4, 2012
A Juvenile Justice Reprieve: California's 2012 Mid-Year Budget
A Juvenile Justice Reprieve: California's 2012 Mid-Year Budget
What does juvenile justice for "the 99%" look like?
The National Lawyer's Guild Western Regional Conference on Saturday, April 28th, featured a panel on "Realignment and Juvenile Justice in California."  The one day conference centered on the…
CJCJ Newsletter - Post AB 109: Adult Criminal Justice
AB 109 updates, upcoming Bail Industry publication, and the War on Drugs
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California Reclaiming Futures, April 30, 2012
Adult realignment provides counties with opportunities for innovation
Data from the Corrections Standards Authority shows that 71% of jail space in California counties is filled by individuals who are unsentenced.  For the simple reason of not being able to afford a…
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California California Progress Report, April 24, 2012
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California
The Case for Phased Juvenile Justice Realignment in California Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, April 23, 2012
Adult realignment and the county jail building boom
Last month, the American Civil Liberties Union released an insightful, comprehensive report on county plans for a massive jail expansion using funding allocated through Assembly Bill 109 and…
Pew Study: strong majority of voters favor alternatives to incarceration
A new Pew research poll released last week shows that voters across the U.S. are overwhelmingly in favor of reducing prison spending and support shifting resources to community supervision rather…
No Rehab: the case of Ventura Youth Correctional Facility
During the March 22 California Senate Budget Subcommittee on Public Safety , the Ventura Youth Correctional Facility was repeatedly discussed in testimony and public comment.  For many of…
CA Assembly hears arguments for juvenile justice realignment
On Wednesday March 28th, the Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Public Safety heard testimony on Governor Brown's proposal to close California's remaining youth correctional facilities.  The…
CJCJ Newsletter - Juvenile justice legislative update
Did you attend the hearings?
Correcting youth corrections in California
Correcting youth corrections in California KALW News, March 21, 2012
California Senate hears arguments for juvenile justice realignment
On Thursday, the Senate Budget Subcommittee on Public Safety heard testimony on Governor Brown's proposal to close California's remaining youth correctional facilities  and shift supervision of the…
Addendum to "Charging Youth as Adults in California" released
CJCJ has released an addendum to its February 2012 report entitled, Charging Youths as Adults in California: A county by county analysis of prosecutorial direct file practices . The purpose of the…
Group Supports Local Juvenile Justice Focus
Group Supports Local Juvenile Justice Focus KRON 4 Weekend News, March 4, 2012
KRON 4: Selena Teji Speaks Out on Juvenile Justice Realignment
If you missed CJCJ's Communications Specialist Selena Teji discussing rational and effective juvenile justice realignment strategies last week on the radio, you can still go to KQED's…

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