Study: Supervised Release Of Thousands Currently Incarcerated Could Make Community SaferA new study by the Rand Corporation has found that letting thousands of people of out of jail, and relocating them to group homes for treatment, could make the community safer.
'We Want To Provide Hope:' LA Rams, Café Momentum Host Pop-Up Dinner To Help At-Risk YouthThe L.A. Rams are proving to be a force on the gridiron and in the community.
Costs Of Los Angeles County Juvenile System SoaringThe cost of locking up young criminals in Los Angeles County has soared while their number has dwindled, an audit found.
Exonerated Woman Eager To Be Officially Declared Innocent By StateSusan Mellen wants a formal declaration of innocence because it would force the state to pay her about $600,000 for her years of incarceration.
Study: County Approaches Differ On Prison ReformsA university study released Friday of how counties are spending $4.4 billion to implement Gov. Jerry Brown's prison realignment law found that nearly 20 percent have fundamentally changed how they approach criminal justice.
Reentry Center In Long Beach Helps Ex-Cons Transition Back Into CommunityA reentry center in Long Beach is providing a bridge for ex-cons in transitioning from incarceration back into the community.
Riverside County Jails At 99-Percent Capacity Amid State Realignment PlanRiverside County jails are beginning to see the ugly side of California's prison realignment program.