Newsletter, Model Local Practices—CJCJ and Northern Calif. Service League remember Jose Aguilar; CJCJ offices expand into San Francisco's Mission neighborhood; and supporting alternatives to mass incarceration
Newsletter, Model Local Practices—On this global day of giving, we at CJCJ hope you will consider making a donation to support our programs and the people we serve.
Newsletter, Model Local Practices—By participating in Giving Tuesday, your tax-deductible donation will help CJCJ provide safe, no-cost childcare for children whose parents have business in the San Francisco courts.
CJCJ in the News, Model Local Practices—Help CJCJ continue an influential, groundbreaking program that provides a safe and healthy living environment for San Franicisco's women and children.
Volume 13, Justice Policy Journal—Articles discussing the family impacts of caregiver arrest, how juvenile justice systems-involvement affects earnings, and restorative justice legislation and policy.
Blog, Juvenile Justice—With Prop 57, Californians have voted to curb the treatment of youth as adults. Now we must reimagine the treatment of those who remain in the juvenile system.
Blog, Political Landscape—One week after Election Day, CJCJ remains as committed to criminal justice reform as we were at our founding.
Blog, Political Landscape—This Election Day, California voters have the opportunity to make significant changes to the state’s juvenile and criminal justice system.
CJCJ in the News, Social Justice—Bay Area ABC 7 News's I-Team interviews CJCJ Executive Director Dan Macallair about several Santa Clara jail guards' assault on Rikki Martinez.
Juvenile Justice—Prop 57 would abolish prosecutor's ability to charge youth directly in adult court, a practice that has proven to more often impact youth of color and youth in certain counties.
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Established in 1985 as the Western Regional Office of the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA), the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is a nonprofit nonpartisan organization promoting a balanced and humane criminal justice system through the provision of direct services, technical assistance, and policy analysis.
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