California Prison Focus

California Prison Focus By acting in solidarity with and elevating the voices of those most impacted, California Prison Focus works to expose and end human rights abuses against people incarcerated in California.

What CPF Does:
* We stand up strong against the cruel and torturous conditions of the California prison system, especially advocating for the immediate shut down of all SHU (Security Housing Units) cells and similar conditions of solitary confinement.
* We publish a quarterly magazine, Prison Focus, distributed free to SHU prisoners, $5 a year to other prisoners, and $20 a year to former prisoner

What CPF Does:
* We stand up strong against the cruel and torturous conditions of the California prison system, especially advocating for the immediate shut down of all SHU (Security Housing Units) cells and similar conditions of solitary confinement.
* We publish a quarterly magazine, Prison Focus, distributed free to SHU prisoners, $5 a year to other prisoners, and $20 a year to former prisoner

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Oakland, CA
94608

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(510) 227-4181

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www.yapinc.org/jobs/job-openings Greetings, I am the Program Director of Youth Advocate Programs in Oakland, and we are hiring part-time Advocates. If you are passionate about youth, interested in restorative justice, and want to improve community relations, please apply. We are looking to expand our program services throughout Alameda County and need more community-oriented people. To find out more about the position, see the flyer attached or go to our website for details
www.yapinc.org/jobs/job-openings Greetings, I am the Program Director of Youth Advocate Programs in Oakland, and we are hiring part-time Advocates. If you are passionate about youth, interested in restorative justice, and want to improve community relations, please apply. We are looking to expand our program services throughout Alameda County and need more community-oriented people. To find out more about the position, see the flyer attached or go to our website for details
A collaborative effort between free people on this side of the wall and incarcerated people on the others side of the wall. It's not to often that we come together, brainstorm and organize, so for that reason alone, I ask that you to just take a few minutes to complete this survey. If any questions are unclear please message me.
COVID-19 is running rampant at California's largest "women's" prison. Mass releases now!
Here's the latest about the Alabama prisoner strike that is entering its 6th day. Stop the retaliation and brutality against the strikers!
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There are many criminal justice reforms on Newsom's desk this month. Let him know why they are important to our communities. You can use this link to send a comment to the Governor: https://govapps.gov.ca.gov/gov40mail/ AB-1869: Criminal fees, budget bill Repeals 23 fines and fees, including various probation-related fees and public defender fees AB-2054: CRISES ACT, Asm. Kamlager Establishes the Community Response Initiative to Strengthen Emergency Systems (CRISES) Act pilot program, which will scale up community-based alternatives to police You can use this tool to make CRISES ACT calls to the Governor: https://allianceforbmoc.org/crisesact-call AB-2325: Child Support, Asm. Carrillo Suspends child support during incarceration from date of enactment to 1/1/23 (extending prior law that expired 1/1/20) AB-2338: Courts: Contempt Orders, Asm. Weber Ends imprisonment for contempt of court orders related to non-payment of child support AB-2342: Parole Credits, Asm. McCarty Creates a program under which the length of a person's parole period could be reduced through credits earned by successfully completing specified education, training, or treatment programs, or by participating in volunteer service AB-2542: Criminal Procedure: Discrimination, Asm. Kalra Racial Justice Act: prohibits the state from seeking a criminal conviction or sentence on the basis of race, ethnicity, or national origin AB-3228: Private detention facilities, Asm. Bonta Requires any private detention facility to comply with the detention standards of care and confinement agreed upon in the facility’s contract for operations; allows an individual who has been injured to bring a civil cause of action for relief AB-3234: Public Safety, Asm. Ting Creates a diversion program and lowers the minimum age limitation for the Elderly Parole Program to incarcerated individuals who are 50 years of age and who have served a minimum of 20 years SB-132: Corrections, Sen. Wiener Requires that incarcerated transgender people in CDCR custody be classified and housed with respect and dignity SB-555: Communications and Commissary Fees, Sen. Mitchell Caps jail commissary prices; caps telephone and other service rates and prohibits communication or information service providers from imposing/collecting specified fees SB-1064: Confidential Informants, Sen. Skinner Strengthens due process protections for incarcerated people when uncorroborated allegations have been made against them SB-1290: Juvenile Costs, Sen. Durazo Would vacate certain county-assessed or court-ordered costs imposed on juveniles
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