Isaac Bryan

Research Assistant

Isaac Bryan is a Masters of Public Policy candidate at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. His current research interests center around mass incarceration, police protocol conceptualization, juvenile justice, and economic equity. Recently, Isaac coauthored several policy briefs that inspired SB439-Minimum Age of Juvenile Jurisdiction. He serves as an advisor to the UCLA Institute on Inequality and Democracy, and is a member of the UC Criminal Justice and Health Consortium. Isaac completed his undergraduate education at the University of Arizona where he earned Bachelors Degrees in both Political Science and Sociology. While in Arizona, he worked with the US Department of Justice and American Civil Liberties Union to enforce a federal consent decree on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Starting in June 2017, Isaac will serve as a Bohnett Policy Fellow in LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Reentry.

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