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Realignment and Recidivism in California

By Mia Bird, Ryken Grattet, Viet Nguyen

California has experienced significant changes in its criminal justice landscape since the 2011 implementation of public safety realignment-which shifted ...

Fact Sheet

Probation in California

By Ryken Grattet, Brandon Martin

Dec 31, 2015 ... Probation population: Crime in California 2014, California Department of Justice. Jail and probation cost: annual county financial reports, ...

Report

Recidivism of Felony Offenders in California

By Mia Bird, Justin Goss, Viet Nguyen

Jun 23, 2019 ... However, it is important to note that these rates may also reflect changes in the practices of criminal justice agencies. For example, if a ...

Policy Brief

Policy Brief: Police Use of Force and Misconduct in California

By Deepak Premkumar, Alexandria Gumbs, Shannon McConville, Renee Hsia

When compared with crowdsourced data, data from the California Department of Justice capture most of these fatalities, though vehicle-related deaths are one ...

Fact Sheet

California’s County Jails

By Magnus Lofstrom, Brandon Martin

Local criminal justice directives to avoid arrests and bookings as well as an emergency statewide zero-bail order most likely reduced the number of ...

Report

California’s County Jails in the Era of Reform

By Sonya Tafoya, Mia Bird, Ryken Grattet, Viet Nguyen

The BSCC-PPIC Multi-County Study is an ongoing effort to collect and merge California state and county criminal justice data. The results from this study ...

Fact Sheet

Arrests in California

By Magnus Lofstrom, Brandon Martin, Joseph Hayes

Local law enforcement directives during the pandemic likely led to fewer overall arrests in California. Violent offenses are the largest category of felony ...

Statewide Survey

PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government

By Mark Baldassare, Renatta DeFever, Lunna Lopes, Dean Bonner

Most Californians see crime as a problem in their communities, and a majority think that minorities are not treated equally by the criminal justice ...

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