The County has taken another bold step toward justice reform by recognizing the need to establish alternatives to incarceration as a standard practice in the County's justice and law enforcement systems. The Board created the Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Initiative within the CEO's office, and reconfirmed its commitment to a "care first, jails last" model. The Executive Director, ATI will lead the way in building a reimagined system of care and justice by leading efforts in reforming the County's criminal justice system, reducing recidivism, and enhancing the safety of our neighborhoods. If selected for this grant-funded unclassified position, you will serve as the visionary leader of the newly-formed ATI Initiative and be responsible for facilitating the implementation of the five Board-approved global strategies.
We are seeking an individual who has a deep understanding of mass incarceration and an abiding commitment to justice system reform viewed through the lenses of racial equity and public health. The commitment must be balanced by practical knowledge and experience in navigating challenges presented when working to align large, complex, and siloed systems. The individual will have demonstrated a successful track record of developing policy related to reforming the systems, infrastructure, and services provided to justice-involved individuals. In addition, the individual will influence, motivate and challenge all stakeholders to reach consensus in order to reach established goals
This is an unclassified position.
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THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES IS AN ACTIVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER