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Baltimore – razing Camp 83:
” .. most individuals do not stay at emergency shelters because they do not feel safe, because their belongings have great potential to be stolen, because they have been traumatized by the behaviors of staff and other clients, and because they are unable to wait in line for hours during the day to be granted a bed in the shelter — particularly the working poor who lack housing and are at their jobs in the afternoon.”
Bryant will accept applications through March 27 for citizens who want to serve on a new City of Santa Cruz Public Safety Task Force that will study crime for six months and make recommendations to the council. To get an application, go to http://www.cityofsantacruz.com/safetytaskforce.
Who would like to apply?
How Modern Finance Promises to Break the Cycle of Recidivism
Janus, Cabrillo co-sponsor drug, alcohol conference aimed at alternatives to incarceration
“Instead of Santa Cruzans calling to “take our city back,” Moss proposed, “Give folks a chance to take their lives back.”
David Moss, criminal justice and drug policy educator, speaks to conference on substance use and the community presented by Janus at Cabrillo College Friday. (Dan Coyro/Sentinel) ( Dan Coyro )
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