A Legal System that Californians can be proud of
Prosecutors Alliance of California
About Prosecutors Alliance
A Better Way
The Prosecutors Alliance of California is a first-of-its-kind law enforcement organization. It supports California prosecutors committed to reforming our criminal justice system through smart, safe, modern solutions that advance not just public safety but community well-being. Rather than doubling down on the failed policies of the past, the Prosecutors Alliance is guided by science, research, and a commitment to the dignity of every individual in our community.
Become a Member.
Together we can create change in your community.
Tori Verber Salazar
"The Prosecutors Alliance understands that jails and prisons will not solve homelessness, poverty, or substance abuse. Through this alliance, prosecutors will be encouraged to learn, grow, and build a better justice system for all."
"For decades, prosecutors measured success in terms of conviction rates and sentence length. The Prosecutors Alliance recognizes that prosecutors should be measured in terms of public safety and community well-being."
"Spending 22 years as a judge taught me how vigilant we must be to avoid unfair and unjust outcomes in our criminal justice system. The Prosecutors Alliance is working to reimagine the system from within and is guided by research, data, and science."
"I am proud to stand with an organization of progressive minded prosecutors embracing common sense criminal justice reform that makes our communities safer and stronger."
Make a Difference
The Prosecutors Alliance of California in partnership with the University of San Francisco are seeking to directly hear from survivors of violence and violent crime about their experience in healing and recovery: what helped, what didn't, and what can be done better.We are looking for survivors who are willing to share information about their healing and recovery to help us better understand what legislation, policy, services, and resources are needed for crime survivors.
Please help us share this survey with survivors of violence and crime by scanning the QR code or clicking the link below: