Barry Krisberg

UC Berkeley School of Law

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Criminologist at the UC Berkley School of Law

Barry Krisberg on KCRW

The LAPD admits that it misreported serious offenses for at least eight years -- which made it appear that the rate of crime was declining faster than it really was.

Lies, Damn Lies...and Police Statistics

The LAPD admits that it misreported serious offenses for at least eight years -- which made it appear that the rate of crime was declining faster than it really was.

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Ever since election day, the phones have been busy at the LA County Public Defender’s Office.

LA Is Learning Tough on Crime Is Tough to Undo

Ever since election day, the phones have been busy at the LA County Public Defender’s Office.

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After years of scandals over sexual violence and other forms of brutality and abuse, Governor Schwarzenegger settled a lawsuit against the California Youth Authority.

Should the State’s Youth Prisons Be Shut Down?

After years of scandals over sexual violence and other forms of brutality and abuse, Governor Schwarzenegger settled a lawsuit against the California Youth Authority.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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