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EBI.LogoHeartAPPROVEDsmlFrom The Heart . . . Stories of Thanks and RedemptionM.E.R.I.T. Life in LA County Jail can be rough, there are many that live in fear and pretend to be tough. There are big guys, small guys, tall, hairy, bald, and fat, there are many and plenty of guy
CRRC3Education Based Incarceration Grand Opening of the Community Re-Entry Resource Center for Recently Released InmatesEducation Based Incarceration Grand Opening of the Community Re-Entry Resource Center for Recently Released Inmates. On Thursday, May 22, 2014, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department held the grand opening of its first ever Community Re-entry Resource Center (CRRC).
los angeles times logoSystem would change how L.A. County inmates get early releaseThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is considering a new system for deciding which jail inmates get released early by making predictions about who is most likely to commit new crimes.
CA Board of State and Community CorrectionsLA County Jail Education Programs Transform LivesIn 2011 the Governor’s public safety realignment strategy meant low-level, non-violent offenders and parole violators would serve their terms in county jails, closer to support systems and evidence-based rehabilitative programming designed by officials of the state’s 58 counties.
LASD StarHow Inmate Sentencing works with Good Time and Work Time Release CreditsA brief explaination of how sentencing works when given release credits for Good Time or Work Time.
Service Pin Ceremony LRG3EBI Service Pin CeremonyOn October 30th, 14 members of the Education Based Incarceration Bureau were honored by Commander Stephen Johnson and Captain Mike Bornman for their service milestones, including 10, 15, 20, 25, and even 30 years of service for one of our deputies! Each of the employees, which included both sworn and professional staff, received recognition pins from the County of Los Angeles and the Sheriff's Department
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EBI Academic ProgramsEducation Based Incarceration Academic ProgramsThe Sheriff’s Department, through the Education Based Incarceration Bureau, contracts with approved adult educational schools to provide courses at all jail facilities. The curriculum is based on California state standards, and is kept up to date with current requirements. It includes: Adult Basic Education: This series of courses is offered to students preparing for the formal GED preparation course. It features a systematic “building block” approach to development of improved reading, writing, and math skills. General Educational Development: For inmate students who have not yet achieved a high school diploma, this program offers an alternative diploma in the form of a state-approved equivalency series in the areas of language arts (reading, writing, and comprehension skills), mathematics, science, and social studies.
EBILogoColor-SmlVocational (Career Technical) ProgramsThe Sheriff's Department offers a wide variety of industrial training courses designed to increase the likelihood of employment in specific vocations after release. Here are a few examples of the current and growing list of vocational training courses available:
Cement and ConcreteCement and Concrete Block MasonryTeaches a wide variety of modern masonry techniques, including barbecue patios, block wall buildings and fire pits.
art educationArt Education:This program develops general art skills, techniques, and aesthetic expression related to artistic and professional practice in the media
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