Here is free 3-minute preview of the two-part Full Disclosure® interview with Citizen Statesman B. Wayne Hughes, Jr., who describes his enthusiastic support for prison programs to "change the culture."
Los Angeles, CA Steve Ipsen, a Deputy County Prosecutor describes why only convicted murderers will be released from prison to comply with court orders to stop overcrowding and to save money.
Deputy District Attorney Steve Ipsen is launching a campaign for "Reform First" that will prevent early felony releases by prioritizing public safety, that will delay sentencing for first-time and small-drug-sale offenders who agree to work a legitimate job for one year.
Full Disclosure Network®presents a 7 min video news blog describing the dangerous threat to public safety posed by the release of 40,000 prisoners from in California.
Full Disclosure Network® explores the role and purpose of three civilian police monitoring organizations who have been appointed by the Courts and the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to investigate operations of the L. A. County Sheriff's Department and county jails.
The unique court ordered partnership between the ACLU and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is revealed in a four minute Internet video preview from a special Full Disclosure Network® series of interviews addressing the Los Angeles County jail crisis.
What qualifications does it take to become the civilian police monitor for the largest county in the nation?
In an eight minute Video News Blog the Full Disclosure Network® presents a dynamic exchange of views about whether jail time should be considered punishment, featuring video clips from recent interviews with Los Angeles Sheriff's Sgt. Paul Jernigan, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Merrick Bobb the renowned police reformer, formerly with the Christopher Commission.