Overview

LARRP is a network of public, community and faith-based agencies and advocates working together to ensure that our reentry system meets the needs of our agencies, communities, and the people we serve, both in terms of capacity and public policy. LARRP is the successor organization to several other reentry groups including the LASD Reentry Advisory Board and the 21st Century Reentry Project.

The work of LARRP is accomplished through a Steering Committee and three standing committees: Housing, Employment, and Behavioral Health.

LARRP is a project of Community Partners. 

Mission

The mission of the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) is to support the development and implementation of a comprehensive, culturally competent, and effective community reentry system, by providing a strong community voice in public policy and funding decisions; by serving as a convener of reentry service providers, advocates, and other stakeholders; and by building capacity across the county to meet the needs of the reentry community.

Organization

Steering Committee
The Steering Committee is composed of experienced service providers, advocates, and public sector representatives.
 
 

MEMBERSHIP meetings

LARRP holds a membership meeting on the 2nd Thursday of odd numbered months.

These meetings are focused on current events and capacity building opportunities.

At each meeting County Departments are invited to present updates of current realignment activities and to discuss the issues and challenges impacting our work.

COMMITTEE meetings

LARRP holds a membership meeting on the 2nd Thursday of odd numbered months.

These meetings are focused on current events and capacity building opportunities.

At each meeting County Departments are invited to present updates of current realignment activities and to discuss the issues and challenges impacting our work.
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Policy Forum
Develops and advocates for the implementation of legislative and administrative policies that reduce recidivism, improve public safety and social justice, safeguard the rights of victims, and decrease incarceration levels while providing accountability to taxpayers, protecting against costly liability, and reducing structural inequalities.
Service Delivery Committee
Focuses on promising practices and capacity building for community-based and faith-based organizations; scope includes pre-release through post-release reentry service areas, as well as measurement and evaluation. Work Groups include:
Regional Coalitions Committee
Seeks to coordinate the interests, priorities, and public policy priorities of regional coalitions throughout Los Angeles County to inform the work of LARRP; scope includes helping local communities develop coalitions where they do not exist and helping to strengthen existing group where capacity building assistance is needed.