LARRP's Free Legal Clinics
The first Saturday of every month
December 7, 2019
3750 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90007
Education Committee Meeting
Next LARRP General Meeting
January 9, 2019
9:30am – 12:00pm
Inglewood Community Church 742 N. La Brea Ave
Next Year's Committee Meetings
Naloxone training event with Bob Forrest
Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council Meeting
A District Attorney Candidate Debate
Soros Justice Fellowships
Alternatives To Incarceration
Unlock the Vote Campaign:
Request for Volunteers
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!
California Is Letting Thousands of Prisoners Out Early. Its Housing Crisis Is Keeping Them From Starting Over.
Some criminal justice reform measures taking hold slowly as judges and prosecutors oppose them
How College In Prison Turns Around Lives And Saves Taxpayers Money
Where Prisons Are A Last Resort
Algorithms were supposed to make Virginia judges fairer. What happened was far more complicated
Appeals Court Upholds California’s Revamped Felony-Murder Accomplice Law
Since you asked: Is it me, or is the government releasing less data about the criminal justice system?
Los Angeles unveils first ever bridge housing project for trans women
Patrisse Cullors, LA Reform Jails Tackle Mental Health, Mass Incarceration with Mental Health Matters Summit + Day Party
DA Backs Off Hardline Stance on Immigrants Caught With Weed
ICE Contractors Continue to Have Access to LA Jails, Transfers Down
Los Angeles County Works to Transform Criminal Justice Through Collaboration
Criminal justice reform targets court fines, fees
The San Diego Union Tribune, Oct. 22, 2019