Los Angeles District Attorney Faces Resistance Over Justice Reforms
California Justices Hear Challenge to Law Keeping Young Teens Out of Adult Court
Los Angeles District Attorney-Elect George Gascón Vows to Stop Prosecuting Juveniles as Adults
CNN’s Van Jones, Probation and Parole Leaders Endorse Call to Reduce and Reimagine Supervision
Taking a cue from a bourgeoning efforts to transform juvenile probation supervision, a group of justice reformers and agency leaders from across the country hopes to lower the nation’s reliance on adult probation and parole to provide what some call “mass supervision.”
On Alcatraz Island, A Testament to the Unseen Impact of Incarceration
In the New Industries Building on Alcatraz Island, window panes that have broken in the years since the prison closed have been left shattered. Walking through the exhibit The Sentence Unseen: Portraits of Resilience, which opened there on June 13, the crumbling space could be seen as a reminder of the devastation to families when a parent goes to prison.