The Board of Supervisors is committed to broadly reforming the County’s criminal justice system, with a goal of reducing recidivism and enhancing the safety of our neighborhoods. The board’s evidence-based approaches are designed to, among other things, provide alternatives to incarceration, better address the needs of justice-involved youth and give communities a stronger voice in the affairs of the County’s law enforcement agencies.

Visit Website Here The Alternatives to Incarceration Initiative has been established to lead the County forward in fulfilling the vision of our Board of Supervisors to establish a human-focused approach to justice system engagement that truly prioritizes “care first, jails last.”