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A Juvenile Justice Reprieve: California's 2012 Mid-Year Budget
A Juvenile Justice Reprieve: California's 2012 Mid-Year Budget
San Francisco's Arrest Rates of African Americans for Drug Felonies Worsens
San Francisco's Arrest Rates of African Americans for Drug Felonies Worsens
Juvenile Justice Realignment in 2012
Juvenile Justice Realignment in 2012
Jail Needs Assessment for San Mateo County: A preliminary analysis
Jail Needs Assessment for San Mateo County: A preliminary analysis
Renewing Juvenile Justice

Commissioned by the Sierra Health Foundation, and authored by CJCJ, Renewing Juvenile Justice offers policy recommendations to move juvenile justice practices in California into the 21st Century.

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
Restructuring Juvenile Corrections in California
Restructuring Juvenile Corrections in California
Seeking Balance: Reducing Prison Costs in Times of Austerity
Seeking Balance: Reducing Prison Costs in Times of Austerity
Aftercare as Afterthought: Re-entry and the California Youth Authority
Aftercare as Afterthought: Re-entry and the California Youth Authority
Income Injustice: The Impact of Welfare Reform's Fleeing Felon Regulations on SSI Recipients
Income Injustice: The Impact of Welfare Reform's Fleeing Felon Regulations on SSI Recipients
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?
Cutting Correctly: New Prison Policies for Times of Fiscal Crisis
Cutting Correctly: New Prison Policies for Times of Fiscal Crisis
Reducing Disproportionate Minority Confinement: The Multnomah County Oregon Success Story and its Implications
Reducing Disproportionate Minority Confinement: The Multnomah County Oregon Success Story and its Implications
A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: Youth Crime and Detention Rates in Maryland & the District of Columbia
A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: Youth Crime and Detention Rates in Maryland & the District of Columbia
An Analysis Of San Francisco Juvenile Justice Reforms During The Brown Administration
An Analysis Of San Francisco Juvenile Justice Reforms During The Brown Administration
Off Balance: Youth, Race & Crime in the News

The overwhelming evidence is that in the aggregate, crime coverage is not reflecting an accurate picture ofwho the victims and perpetrators are.  

School House Hype: Two Years Later
School House Hype: Two Years Later
California's Three-Strikes Law Ineffective

The data reported in the analysis here do not support claims that the three-strikes law reduced crimes rates through deterrence and selective incapacitation.

Striking Out: The Failure of California's "Three Strikes and You're Out" Law
Striking Out: The Failure of California's "Three Strikes and You're Out" Law
New York State of Mind?: Higher Education vs. Prison Funding in the Empire State, 1988-1998
New York State of Mind?: Higher Education vs. Prison Funding in the Empire State, 1988-1998
School House Hype: The School Shootings, and the Real Risks Kids Face in America
School House Hype: The School Shootings, and the Real Risks Kids Face in America
From Classrooms to Cell Blocks: A National Perspective
From Classrooms to Cell Blocks: A National Perspective
Trading Classrooms for Cell Blocks: Destructive Policies Eroding D.C. Communities
Trading Classrooms for Cell Blocks: Destructive Policies Eroding D.C. Communities
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
An Analysis of Juvenile Homicides: Where They Occur and the Effectiveness do Adult Court Intervention

An unprecedented and rapidly developing trend - the transfer of juvenile offenders into the adult prison system at increasingly younger ages - is creating increasing strain on our country's criminal justice system. 

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