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LARRP is a network of public, community and faith-based agencies and individuals across Los Angeles County, focusing on the successful reintegration of previously incarcerated men and women back into their communities
Los Angeles County Reentry & Realignment Performance
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LARRP is a project of Community Partners
October 16, 2013
Brown rejected the national "smart on durgs" trend and pragmatic public policy by vetoeing SB649.
Lyman is CA State Policy Director for the Drug Policy Alliance and LARRP's Policy Committee Co-Chair.
Los Angeles Times Editorial
December 5, 2013
Building a new women's facility isn't the only, or necessarily the best, way to reduce overcrowding.
Los Angeles Times Editorial
September 1, 2013
Much of what you may have heard about the freeing of inmates is politically motivated hype.
LARRP Steering Committee Members Testify at Little Hoover Commission
Policy Committee Meeting Scheduled for December 13
The purpose of this meeting is to provide a space for folks to connect from across L.A. County who are developing local coalitions to better serve the reentry community in their area.
Location The California Endowment
1000 N. Alameda Suite A
1:00 - 3:00pm
Supervisors Vote to Stop
Taft Jail Contract
At the October 29th Board of Supervisors meeting, members voted to stop negotiations to contract with the City of Taft for jail facilities. Read the Los Angeles Times' coverage here.
On Wednesday, October 2, Justice Not Jails and partner organizations including LARRP held a press conference during which it was announced that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has been "put on probation." Cited as reasons for this on the second anniversary of AB 109 public safety realignment were the county's poor decisions on spending and its squandering of opportunities in the legislation to make realignment work with a lower rate of incarceration and more use of rehabilitation and community-based treatment.
Click here to view the short video, Click here for the press release with more details, and Click here for sample Tweets. Read the opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times.
PSRT Announces Community Advisory Committee
The Public Safety Realignment Team has established a Community Advisory Committee composed of representatives from each supervisorial district. Advocacy groups, including LARRP, asked for broad representation at the decision-making level and the CAC was formed. The group is co-chaired by Troy Vaughn, Chief Programs Officer at Lamp Community and the community representative to the PSRT, and Reaver Bingham, Probation Dept. Deputy Chief Adult Field Services. Click here for CAC Advisory Committee membership list.
Little Hoover Committion Hears Testimony of LARRP Steering Committee Members
During the recent hearing of the Little Hoover Commission on Criminal Justice Sentencing, LARRP Steering Committee members Lynne Lyman, Stan Galperson, Mark Faucette, and Try Vaughn gave testimony as part of the Commission's ongoing study of public safety realignment. Click here to read their testimony.
The Policy Committee will move its meeting to the second Friday in December to accomodate members' holiday plans. Please RSVP for lunch. There are a number of important policy discussions on the agenda in addition to the election of a committee co-chair.