Jerry Powers, chief probation officer for Los Angeles County; Ryken Grattet, research fellow for the Public Policy Institute of California; Lenore Anderson, executive director of Californians for Safety and Justice; and Linda Penner, chairman of the California Board of State and Community Corrections discuss the lessons learned from California’s public safety realignment initiative and the road ahead for the state, in this panel moderated by Jenifer Warren of The Pew Charitable Trusts, during the Justice Reinvestment National Summit in San Diego, Nov. 17-19, 2014.
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