blog of photos taken with a camera by me


David Muhammad, Chief of the Alameda County Probation Office, poses for a portrait in a defunct courtroom at the county’s probation center in Oakland. Counties across California are struggling to absorb thousands of newly-arrived prisoners as part of a state plan to keep low-level criminals in local lockups instead of overcrowded state prisons. We take an inside look at why Alameda County is being held up as an example of a county that is getting it right.




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