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


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LARRP is a project of Community Partners


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LARRP General Meeting
Celebrate Veterans & Prop. 47

Community Forum:
Clearing Your Criminal Record

Location: CalState Northridge
5 - 8 p.m.

Find out about Prop. 47 and get help with     Prop 47 application paperwork and record expungements.


You can obtain a copy of your LA County Record for FREE at any LA Superioer courthouse in LA. Click here for a list of courthouse locations.





LARRP's Committees meet monthly to address the broad scope of reentry issues. Contact for more information.

Steering Committee -  1st Thursday, 1 - 3 p.m.
Housing Work Group - September 17, 2015, 12:30 - 2 p.m. Tarzana Treatment Center
18646 Oxnard St

Employment Work Group - August 27, 2015
9 - 11 am, Parole Dept., 2444 S. Alameda
Behavioral Health Work Group
- To be scheduled

Contact for more information or to RSVP.

Regional and Community Resource Fairs Click here to download the current schedule


LARRP has over 350 member organizations from the public, community and faith-based sectors.
To see our list of participating organizations or if you or your agency would like to become a member please click the link below:




Troy Vaughn Elected LARRP Chair

Troy Vaughn, long time homeless and reentry service provider and President and CEO of Christ-Centered Ministries is the new LARRP Chair. He succeeds Mark Faucette, Amity Foundation, who has led LARRP since its inception in 2011. Faucette will become Vice Chair.


Inglewood Community Church
742 N LaBrea
Inglewood 90302
9 a.m. Registration & Networking
9:30 a.m. - 12 noon Program

Join in celebration of Veteran's Day 2015 and the one year anniverary of the passage of Proposition 47. Hear about all that has been accomplished and the work that is yet to be done.

There will also be updates on all the Los Angeles County initiatives addressing reentry and homelessness, including planning activitis and funding.


California's Prop. 47 Revolution: How it's changed the state
Los Angeles Times
October 30, 2015
Editorial Board


California's Prop. 47 Revolution: Why are police refusing to make misdemeanor arrests?
by Robert Greene
Los Angeles Times
October 28, 2015


California's Prop. 47 Revolution: Do prosecutors really need a "felony hammer" to deal with drug ofenders?
by Robert Greene
Los Angeles Times
October 27, 2015


California's Prop. 47 Revolution: How L.A.'s city attorney filled a leadership vacuum
The Times Editorial Board
Los Angeles Times
November 2, 2015


California's Prop. 47 Revolution: What's the future of drug courts?
by Stephen B. Manley
Los Angeles Times
October 29, 2015


To recognize the 1st anniversary of the passage of Proposition 47, the Los Angeles Times has been running a series of editorials and opinion pieces about the impact of the legislation.

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