Funding Public Safety Realignment

Source: Mia Bird and Joseph Hayes, Public Policy Institute of California, November 2013

From the abstract:
California has transferred significant authority—and funds—from the state to the counties to manage lower-level felon populations. This report describes how these funding allocations have evolved and proposes a new funding model, with special attention to county characteristics and incentives for reducing recidivism.
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