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Marijuana Arrests and California's Drug War
Marijuana Arrests and California's Drug War
A Taxpayers Guide to the California Death Penalty
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2008/09 Juvenile Placement Manual released
CJCJ's Sentencing Service Program releases the 2008/09 Juvenile Placement Manual The Sentencing Service Program first released its Juvenile Placement Manual in 2002 to assist individuals in the important task of determining an appropriate placement for juvenile offenders.  The manual proved itself to be a valuable tool for defense counsel, prosecutors and probation as it contained information about juvenile placement options throughout California and the nation.  After five years of…
CJCJ's Sentencing Service Program Releases Juvenile Placement Manual
CJCJ's Sentencing Service Program Releases Juvenile Placement Manual
Prison Expansion in a Time of Austerity: An Analysis of the Governor's Proposed New Prison in Delano
Prison Expansion in a Time of Austerity: An Analysis of the Governor's Proposed New Prison in Delano
Justice Policy Journal - Volume 1, Number 1 - Summer 2001
(ISSN 1530-3012 ) From the editor Justice Policy Journal Volume 1, Number 1: August 2001 From the editor By Daniel Macallair, MPA Editorial Statement Manuscripts submitted to the Justice Policy Journal cannot have been published elsewhere, including the Internet. They cannot be under consideration by another journal or publication outlet. Upon publication, author(s) must sign a Copyright Agreement with the Justice Policy Journal. Justice Policy Journal Volume 1, Number 1:…
Crime Rates and Youth Incarceration in Texas and California Compared: Public Safety or Public Waste?
Crime Rates and Youth Incarceration in Texas and California Compared: Public Safety or Public Waste?
California Juvenile Justice Reentry Partnership

The California Juvenile Justice Reentry Partnership (CJJRP), a collaborative effort to improve outcomes for youth released from juvenile justice facilities, was formally announced in 2007.

CJCJ's 2007 Legislative Watch
CJCJ's 2007 Legislative Watch
California Legislative Update: A Review of New Law and Unfinished Business
California Legislative Update: A Review of New Law and Unfinished Business
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
Restructuring Juvenile Corrections in California
Restructuring Juvenile Corrections in California
Drug Use and Justice 2002: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice 2002: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Dispelling the Myth: An Analysis of Youth and Adult Crime Patterns in California over the Past 20 Years
Dispelling the Myth: An Analysis of Youth and Adult Crime Patterns in California over the Past 20 Years
The Impact of Juvenile Curfew Laws in California
The Impact of Juvenile Curfew Laws in California
From Classrooms to Cell Blocks: How Prison Building Affects Higher Education & African American Enrollment in CA
From Classrooms to Cell Blocks: How Prison Building Affects Higher Education & African American Enrollment in CA
Parole Violators in California: A Waste of Money, A Waste of Time

The study examines California's system of parole and makes recommendations for improvement.

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