Voices & Visions for Criminal Justice Reform
As counties across California create and implement plans to respond to AB109, what is being called realignment, in which parolees will be turned over to county supervision, and newly charged residents who are found to commit a non-serious offense, will also be under county control rather then going to state prison -- Santa Clara County community members are helping shape the conversation. At this forum, attended by recently released parolees, service providers, faith-based organizations, County Supervisors, top law enforcement officials, and others. The roughly 200 attendees shared their ideas what needs to be changed, improved, or added to ensure a successful county realignment plan.
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