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Are Immigration Detainer Practices Rational?

New study casts doubt on efficacy of immigration and public safety intersection.

Beyond Realignment: Counties’ large disparities in imprisonment underlie ongoing prison crisis

California’s crises of prison overcrowding, unsustainable costs, and court-ordered population reductions are perpetuated by the disparate implementation of Realignment.

California’s Urban Crime Increase in 2012: Is “Realignment” to Blame?

This publication analyzes whether Realignment — in this case, the 46,000 offenders diverted to local management — contributed to increase in urban offenses in the first half of 2012.

One Year into Realignment: Progress Stalls, Stronger Incentives Needed
One Year into Realignment: Progress Stalls, Stronger Incentives Needed
Local Reform in a Realigned Environment
Local Reform in a Realigned Environment
California Youth Crime Plunges to All-Time Low

California Youth Crime Plunges to All-Time Low

San Francisco's changing crime trends
San Francisco's changing crime trends
UPDATE: Nine Months into Realignment: California's Prisoner Decline Continues
UPDATE: Nine Months into Realignment: California's Prisoner Decline Continues
Charging youths as adults in California, 2003-2010
Charging youths as adults in California, 2003-2010
Collateral Consequences of Interstate Transfer of Prisoners
Collateral Consequences of Interstate Transfer of Prisoners
Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Lessons Learned: The Santa Cruz County Story
Lessons Learned: The Santa Cruz County Story
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
The Commercial Bail Industry: Profit or Public Safety?
The Commercial Bail Industry: Profit or Public Safety?
Addendum to Charging Youths as Adults
Addendum to Charging Youths as Adults
Counties' modern secure facilities have enough institutional capacity for juvenile justice realignment
Counties' modern secure facilities have enough institutional capacity for juvenile justice realignment
Charging youths as adults in California: A county by county analysis
Charging youths as adults in California: A county by county analysis
Misdemeanor marijuana arrests are skyrocketing
Misdemeanor marijuana arrests are skyrocketing
Promoting the "get tough" crime control agenda: PORAC
Promoting the "get tough" crime control agenda: PORAC
Ignoring the Evidence: CDAA
Ignoring the Evidence: CDAA
Sacramento's K-Street Lobbyists
Sacramento's K-Street Lobbyists
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
What has been the effect of Proposition 21?
What has been the effect of Proposition 21?
The Cost of the State's Division of Juvenile Facilities
The Cost of the State's Division of Juvenile Facilities
Striking Out: California's "Three Strikes And You're Out" Law Has Not Reduced Violent Crime. A 2011 Update.
Striking Out: California's "Three Strikes And You're Out" Law Has Not Reduced Violent Crime. A 2011 Update.

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