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We at Keep California Safe are focused on protecting local communities and our victims of crime.
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American Bail Coalition Sep 13
CA SB10 must be stopped. Visit for more information on the petition to do just that...
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Keep CA Safe Sep 13
Great article regarding what reducing prison sentences can cause. Public safety should be the top priority in the state.
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LAADDA Sep 13
Prop. 57 Favored Violent Criminals Over Public Safety
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San Francisco POA Sep 12
Excellent article. Sadly, more criminals and convicted sex offenders will now be released from prison free to roam the streets. Once again, we told you so ... via
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LAADDA Sep 12
The Once 'Golden State' Is Badly Tarnished
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LAADDA Sep 12
Under Prop 57, inmates serving 3 strike sentences for violent crimes are entitled to early release even if decades remained on their sentence.
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Crime Survivors Sep 10
“2018 is the worst I’ve ever seen it,” said Patricia Wenskunas, founder and chief executive of the Crime Survivors Resource Center. “The sad reality is, California is not a victim-friendly state. It’s an offender-friendly state.”
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LAADDA Sep 6
DAs urge Brown to veto crime bills, calling them ‘serious threats to public safety
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CURB Sep 5
"Politicians say we need to trust the judges, who will control the process. But judges are the ones who have long misused money bail to keep people in custody and pressure them to plead guilty quickly."
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Keep CA Safe Sep 4
2 men were arrested in an ice cream truck drug bust in Long Beach that recovered meth, marijuana, & a gun. One of them is an ex-felon now facing charges for possession of a firearm and an ex-felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.
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Scott Graves Aug 30
Here's a question about that I haven't seen addressed: Can the actually *eliminate* money bail as a pretrial-release option w/o also asking the voters to amend the state Constitution? In other words, should SB 10 have included such a provision?
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Joel Engardio Aug 30
I just published “Who’s Watching the Judges?”
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Crime Survivors Aug 28
a slap in the face to all victims and residents in CA. No longer do our public officials care about the safety and well being of our communities. Instead they care about the criminals. If you are a public official and voted for this bill then shame on you.
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San Francisco POA Aug 27
If the Governor signs this bill there will be more alleged criminals and previous convicted criminals on the streets of our cities. Gov. Brown, veto the bail reform bill, another disaster for public safety in California
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Judge Steven Bailey (Ret.) Aug 27
My friend warns, "If the governor signs , warrants for failing to appear for court will skyrocket, and California will continue its descent from accountability for criminality." It's time to put public safety first!
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LAADDA Aug 23
State Legislature Proposes Additional Protections for Criminals at the Expense Of Victims. Criminals already get a multi-crime discount in more ways than one. Read:
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Keep CA Safe Aug 24
Is California a paradise for criminals?
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Keep CA Safe Aug 23
The Golden State Killer will be arraigned today in Sacramento County.
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Keep CA Safe Aug 22
A man beat his sister’s boyfriend with a golf club, yet he was still free to go under NJ’s bail reform without any accountability.
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Keep CA Safe Aug 21
An officer’s gun discharged during a struggle with an ex-con, yet he was still free to go under New Mexico's bail reform without any accountability.
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