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GSPP and Berkeley Law Students Help Change Fee Policy Adversely Affecting Families of Delinquent Youths

Earlier this summer, the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court in Louisiana adopted a new policy to stop charging administrative fees to families with youth in the delinquency system. Research and advocacy performed by Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP) and Berkeley Law students contributed to the enactment of the new… More

SUBMIT A PROPOSAL TODAY

Is your organization facing a policy problem and would benefit from having a team of Goldman School graduate student consultants analyze and develop a solution? We are now accepting project proposals for the APA (for MPP students) and CAP (for MPA students). For IPA: We are no longer accepting proposal… More

Roadmap to Electric Truck Incentives

For Immediate Release Aug 29, 2018 Contact: David Wooley (davidwooley@berkeley.edu) Executive Director, Center for Environmental Public Policy A report issued by the Goldman School of Public Policy provides a roadmap to California state programs designed to boost markets for electric trucks, freight equi… More

Officer Health and Wellness

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Amy E. Lerman, PhD Email: alerman@berkeley.edu California Correctional Officers at High Risk for Depression, PTSD, and Suicide, Finds Landmark Survey August 20, 2018 BERKELEY, CA—“We need to talk about suicide.” That is the message of a new movement being waged… More