Listen to NPR - The California Report: State Releases Prisoners Early Without Adequate Reentry Support In response to the spread of the coronavirus behind prison walls, California is releasing thousands of state prisoners early. Those getting freed are generally non-violent offenders with less than a year remaining on their sentences. Guest: Judith Tata, Executive Director of the California Reentry Program 

Article Cal Matters: "California’s post-prison chaos: Thousands released early, including many with coronavirus" by Robert Lewis, 8/12/2020

Article Bloomberg's City Lab: "The Imprisoner’s Dilemma" by Sarah Holder, 7/22/2020

 

California Reentry Program founder Allyson West wins Jefferson Award (article)

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