LAPD: Realignment plan might mean crime spike

City officials say at least $20M needed to supervise parolees in LA

The Daily News of Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — The city of Los Angeles faces dire consequences — including delayed responses to 911 calls and an uptick in crime — unless the state provides millions of dollars to help pay for Gov. Jerry Brown's prison and parolee realignment plan, city officials warned Monday.

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