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Funding shortfalls plaguing realignment program


Last updated 11/10/2017 at Noon

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County agencies are carrying heavier burdens stemming from state public safety realignment enacted six years ago, partly because funds provided by the state to cover increased costs borne by the county are shrinking annually, Chief Probation Officer Mark Hake said to the board of supervisors, Nov. 1.

“I have cautiously warned over the last several years that decisions on how to fund realignment would become more difficult,” Hake said during a hearing on the 42-page Public Safety Realignment & Post-Release Community Supervision Implementation Report for the last...

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