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AB 900 - Response from the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
AB 900 - Response from the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
Third Special Master Report Filed in Farrell v. Hickman: Implementation of Remedial Plans Only Just Beginning
Third Special Master Report Filed in Farrell v. Hickman: Implementation of Remedial Plans Only Just Beginning
OT pushes guard's pay past $100,000
OT pushes guard's pay past $100,000 Chicago Tribune, December 23, 2006
Prison reform: Doing hard time
Prison reform: Doing hard time Orange County Register, August 20, 2006
Special Master's Final Report Filed: Investigate Schwarzenegger's Prison Policy Reversal, Union Ties and the Effect on Reform
Special Master's Final Report Filed: Investigate Schwarzenegger's Prison Policy Reversal, Union Ties and the Effect on Reform
Testing Incapacitation Theory: Youth Crime and Incarceration in California
Testing Incapacitation Theory: Youth Crime and Incarceration in California
Farrell Special Master Report Compliance Tables
A court-appointed Special Master monitors DJF’s compliance with the Farrell consent decree and through the issuance of periodic progress reports. This is a summary of the reports.
Governor Takes On Prison Reform
Governor Takes On Prison Reform The California Report, December 20, 2004
The San Francisco Industrial School and the Origins of Juvenile Justice in California
Daniel Macallair examines the Industrial School’s controversial 33-year history and how it contributed to the development of California juvenile laws, policies, and practices.
The San Francisco Industrial School and the Origins of Juvenile Justice in California: A Glance at the Great Reformation
The San Francisco Industrial School and the Origins of Juvenile Justice in California: A Glance at the Great Reformation
Aftercare as Afterthought: Re-entry and the California Youth Authority
Aftercare as Afterthought: Re-entry and the California Youth Authority
Alameda County At The Crossroads Of Juvenile Justice Reform: A National Disgrace -- Or A National Model?
Alameda County At The Crossroads Of Juvenile Justice Reform: A National Disgrace -- Or A National Model?
A Preliminary Analysis Of Detention Expansion In Alameda County
A Preliminary Analysis Of Detention Expansion In Alameda County
The Punishing Decade: Prison and Jail Estimates at the Millennium
The Punishing Decade: Prison and Jail Estimates at the Millennium
The Pods of Elmore County: A Glimpse Into the Rhetoric Behind the Juvenile Crime Bill
The Pods of Elmore County: A Glimpse Into the Rhetoric Behind the Juvenile Crime Bill
The Risks Juveniles Face When They Are Incarcerated With Adults
The Risks Juveniles Face When They Are Incarcerated With Adults
Prioritizing Incarceration: Does San Francisco Need a Jail on Treasure Island?
An analysis of the need for a new women's jail in San Francisco determines there is no justifiable reason to build one.
Singapore West: The Incarceration of 200,000 Californians
As incarceration rates in California continued to increase during the 1990's this report debunks the perceived public safety benefit, through an international comparison.
Concrete And Crowds: 100,000 Prisoners of the State
As California's prison population tops 100,000, we urge policy makers to reflect upon the high costs and negative results of our reliance upon jails.

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