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The following resources are available to help spread the word about Proposition 47 and implementation. If you are seeking specific information about the record change process itself, please click here. For a listing of upcoming events, click here.

MATERIALS: 

Toolkit – Crimmigration: How to Help Immigrant Clients With Proposition 47 and Other Post-Conviction Legal Options

Appendix – Crimmigration: How To Help Immigrant Clients With Proposition 47 and Other Post-Conviction Legal Options

ToolKit – How to Organize A Record Change Clinic

Appendix – How to Organize A Record Change Clinic

One Page Handout – Proposition 47: Background and Basic Facts

One Page Handout – Proposition 47: Know the Facts

One Page Handout – Proposition 47: Facts About the Law and its Impact

Bilingual Postcard – Proposition 47

Infographic – How to Reclassify Your Felony Under Prop. 47

Proposition 47 Flowchart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infográfico Sobre Cómo Cambiar Su Delito Grave Bajo La Proposición 47

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Proposition 47 Implementation Training Manual – This guide is geared towards local legal services organizations that are providing support to people embarking on the record change process under Prop. 47.  Resources are also available in Spanish.

Proposition 47 Outreach Materials – A variety of materials, including bilingual postcards, posters and door hangers are available for outreach efforts. To request a catalog of materials, contact Sybil at: sybil@behr-communications.com.

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