Local law enforcement and corrections officials have risen to the challenge of California’s historic shift in corrections policy, a panel of local and state officials concludes. They also concur that big challenges remain. Panelists are Adam Christianson, sheriff of Stanislaus County; Linda Penner, chair of the Board of State and Community Corrections; and Lee Seale, chief probation officer of Sacramento County. The moderator is Julie Small, reporter for KQED public radio. Magnus Lofstrom, senior researcher at the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), sets the stage by outlining the findings of a new report assessing realignment four years after the policy went into effect.
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