REPAIR Expungement Fair
Integrated Health Committee Meeting
LARRP Education Committee
Employment Committee Meeting
Save the Dates
Next LARRP General Meeting
Housing Committee Meeting
Volunteer For Your Local Homeless Count
- January 21, 2020 - San Gabriel & San Fernando Valleys (Service Planning Areas 2 & 3)
- January 22, 2020 - West Los Angeles, Southeast Los Angeles, & the South Bay (Service Planning Areas 5, 7, & 8)
- January 23, 2020 - Antelope Valley, Metro Los Angeles, & South Los Angeles (Service Planning Areas 1, 4, & 6)
ROC/DOORS Reentry Center Open House
Gathering of Clergy and Faith Communities - Spirituality and Self-Care: Finding Your Sacred Space in a Demanding World
LA District Attorney Candidate Forum
Naloxone (Narcan) Train the Trainer
Unlock the Vote Campaign:
Request for Volunteers
Note: you are going to see certain disqualifiers on the application. Don’t be discouraged as the Sheriff’s Department will allow special circumstances as it relates to Unlock The Vote. We ask for a minimum of 10 volunteers from your organization to allow us to reach our goal of 200 volunteers.
- To go inside the jail facilities to educate and register*,
- At the visitor’s line educate and register family and friends,
- To help with mailings,
- To attend reentry fairs to educate and register people who are CJ-impacted
A new Series by LARRP Executive Director, Troy Vaugn!
While many know Troy Vaughn as the Executive Director of LARRP, the CEO of CCM Reentry Homes, or as Pastor of Inglewood Community Church, Troy is also an artist. LARRP is excited to feature Troy's "Poetic Justice Series" on our blog space from time to time.
Keep up with the Board of Supervisors meetings, motions and resources at LARRP Steering Committee member, Joseph Maizlish’s site
LARRP Receives Two Awards from the California Community Reinvestment Grant (CalCRG)
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For an archive of reentry and criminal justice related news, please see our News Archive which goes back years!
LAPD making almost half as many arrests as a decade ago
2019 was the year L.A. County finally said ‘no’ to new jails
LA Times, By The Times Editorial Board, Dec. 26, 2019
The Hidden Cost of Incarceration
U.S. Supreme Court leaves in place ruling barring prosecution of homeless
From Marijuana To The Death Penalty, States Led The Way In 2019
The Appeal by Daniel Nichanian
Dec 20, 2019
California Is Letting Thousands of Prisoners Out Early. Its Housing Crisis Is Keeping Them From Starting Over.
Ventura Training Center Provides Parolees Path in Firefighting
Spectrum News 1, By Tanya McRae Camarillo,Dec. 26, 2019