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Webinar | Pre-Booking Diversion: Why It's Needed and How to Increase Racial Equity

September 26, 2019
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Recorded on September 25, 2019



In 2017, Los Angeles County established an Office of Youth Diversion and Development (YDD) to advance a pre-booking diversion initiative to prevent youth arrests and referrals to probation, based on a public health and youth development framework.

Listedn to this webinar recorded on September 25, 2019 to hear from two groups at the forefront of the movement to end the mass incarceration of youth of color in Los Angeles, Youth Justice Coalition (YJC) and the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), as well as Human Impact Partners, who will discuss their work with YDD to develop an evaluation framework to assess and prevent racial inequities in this program. 

PRESENTERS:
Sukhdip Purewal Bopari, Human Impact Partners
Kent G. Mendoza, Anti-Recidivism Coalition 
Kim McGill, Youth Justice Coalition

RECORDING:
>> WATCH 

SLIDES:
>> Sukhdip Purewal Bopari, Human Impact Partners
>> Kim McGill, Youth Justice Coalition

RESOURCES:
>> A Roadmap for Advancing Youth Diversion in Los Angeles County 
>> Advancing Racial Equity in Youth Diversion: An Evaluation Framework Informed by Los Angeles County
>> Human Impact Partners Youth Diversion Evaluation Framework Metrics
>> Youth Diversion in Los Angeles County: Advancing Evidence-Informed Policy to Improve Youth Outcomes
>> Youth Diversion and Development Summit: Understanding Los Angeles County's New Model to Help Youth Thrive 
>>Building a Positive Future for LA's Youth
>> Getting Paid Report
>> Minority Report
>> HIA Report from LA County Department of Public Health
>> 8th Free Metro Pass Campaign Report


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