Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 1 – Spring, 2019Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 1 – Spring, 2019

Volume 16—Articles on arrest histories of men who buy sex; community member perceptions regarding sex… Continue

San Francisco to Close Juvenile Hall: Supervisor Walton and CJCJ's Daniel Macallair Discuss Why It's ImportantSan Francisco to Close Juvenile Hall: Supervisor Walton and CJCJ's Daniel Macallair Discuss Why It's Important

Blog—Supervisor Shamann Walton and CJCJ Executive Director Daniel Macallair discuss the now-successful… Continue

Mother's Day at Cameo House, Quest for Democracy Advocacy Day, and More!Mother's Day at Cameo House, Quest for Democracy Advocacy Day, and More!

Newsletter—Cameo House celebrates Mother’s Day, CJCJ joins hundreds for annual Quest for Democracy in… Continue

Governor’s May Revision Proposes Additional Spending on Ineffective DJJ FacilitiesGovernor’s May Revision Proposes Additional Spending on Ineffective DJJ Facilities

Blog—As the Governor’s office prepares to transition DJJ into the state’s Health and Human… Continue

New Fact Sheet: Crime in L.A. County’s Major Cities Decline Amid Statewide Justice ReformNew Fact Sheet: Crime in L.A. County’s Major Cities Decline Amid Statewide Justice Reform

Publications—New CJCJ research finds crime rates have declined among Los Angeles County's major cities during… Continue

CJCJ and Federal Partners Collaborate to Enhance Conviction Alternatives Program (CAP)CJCJ and Federal Partners Collaborate to Enhance Conviction Alternatives Program (CAP)

Blog—This year marks a period of immense growth and continued dedication to strengthening Northern… Continue

San Francisco Models Juvenile Justice Reform, Urban Crime Declines, and More!San Francisco Models Juvenile Justice Reform, Urban Crime Declines, and More!

Newsletter—San Francisco to end youth detention with CJCJ and community support, new fact sheet finds declines… Continue

San Francisco calls for juvenile hall closure in favor of community-based alternativesSan Francisco calls for juvenile hall closure in favor of community-based alternatives

Blog—This month, San Francisco leaders proposed closing its juvenile hall and consider broader reforms… Continue

Artistic expression, a critical step in healingArtistic expression, a critical step in healing

Blog—Art education has immense benefits in human development, personal growth and as a form of therapy,… Continue

New Fact Sheet: Urban Crime Declines During California's Justice Reform Era (2010-2018)New Fact Sheet: Urban Crime Declines During California's Justice Reform Era (2010-2018)

Publications—A new CJCJ publication analyzes urban crime across 73 large cities and finds that crime rates in… Continue

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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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