“Inmate Education: Encouraging Results from Pilot Program” is a 2018 Chancellor’s Office report submitted pursuant to Senate Bill 1391 (Hancock, 2014)
This legal advisory provides a survey of applicable laws and suggests an approach to employment decisions that will help community colleges comply with their legal obligations.
College in Jail Toolkit: How to Build a Successful Partnership Between a Sheriff’s Department and a Community College
This toolkit will assist California’s community colleges and Sheriff’s Departments as they build partnerships to provide college education inside county jails.
This letter addresses residency for California residents who were moved out of state during incarceration but promptly returned to California after release.
This fact sheet outlines how California Probation Officers can utilize local community colleges to support the individuals under their supervision toward better job prospects, higher incomes, and lower likelihoods of recidivism.
Don’t Stop Now: California leads the nation in using public higher education to address mass incarceration. Will we continue?
This report applauds California’s growth, explores how it happened, and calls on the state to ensure quality and sustainability.
Information and links for people on probation who are interested in coming to community college.
This fact sheet outlines how Parole Agents can utilize local community colleges to support the individuals under their supervision toward better job prospects, higher incomes, and lower likelihoods of recidivism.
Information and links for people on parole who are interested in coming to community college.
The Chancellor for the California Community Colleges issued policy guidance intended to expand hiring for qualified students, faculty and staff with criminal records. The policy guidance accompanies the legal advisory issued on December 31, 2018.