Gov. Jerry Brown's new proposal to ease prison crowding, which falls short of court-ordered population limits, would:
• Move 1,722 inmates to housing now being built
• Lease 1,600 beds in county jails
• Send 1,300 inmates to state fire camps
• Free 650 inmates who are elderly, frail or earn credit for good conduct.
• Also, the governor would move 1,200 inmates to space being negotiated with various public and private entities.
Source: U.S. District Court filings, Los Angeles Times reporting