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CA Criminal Justice Funders Group Convening

Monday, December 5, 2016 to Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Multiple locations in Los Angeles.

The California Criminal Justice Funders Group invites you to learn more about criminal justice issues in our state, connect with other grantmakers in this focus area, and engage in strategy conversations at a special funder convening taking place


Funders Briefing on Proposition 47

Monday, July 13, 2015
9:00am - 11:00am
Center for Healthy Communities

SCG is proud to partner with The California Endowment and Californians for Safety and Justice for a funder briefing on Proposition 47 implementation and what it means for Southern California communities.


SCG Members Among Nine Foundations to Invest $5.9M to Transform Incarcerated Californians into College Graduates

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An unprecedented collaboration among nine state and national foundations today announced seven grants awarded to support college education for currently and formerly incarcerated Californians enrolled in California Community Colleges and the Calif

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SCG Members Partner with CA Attorney General on LA Recidivism Reduction Pilot Program

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California Attorney General Kamala Harris delivered the keynote address at SCG's 2014 Annual Conference, highlighting opportunities for private/public partnerships around critical issues of concern, including recidivism.


SCG Joins Attorney General Kamala D. Harris for Recidivism Initiative Launch

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Following Attorney General Kamala D. Harris' very impactful keynote address at SCG's 2013 Annual Conference, her office invited SCG President Christine Essel to attend the launch of a new initiative designed to curb recidivism in California through partnerships between the California Department of Justice’s new Division of Recidivism Reduction and Re-Entry and the state’s counties and District Attorneys.

June Public Policy Roundup

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This month’s Public Policy Roundup includes the Public Policy Institute of California’s recent analysis on the impact census data has on federal funds and California’s spending.