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Building Collective Power for a Better Future
Tina Curiel-Allen–a writer, poet, community leader, and Next Generation Fellow–offers a…
Leadership through Adversity
Cristian Franco, a youth mentor and community advocate, discusses the power of sharing your story…
Pathways from Youth Prisons to Colleges for Young Adults
Dr. Young-Alfaro's recent study, which follows ten young adults attending college after…
From Sitting in Detention to Standing in Culture
2017 Next Generation Fellow, Brayan Pelayo, shares his journey from childhood to community…
Next Generation Fellowship (NGF) Elevates Justice-Involved Leaders
Applications are now open! The second-annual NGF leadership program brings together emerging…
CJCJ Transitions to a New Home
This spring, CJCJ is excited to announce our move to a new home in the heart of San Francisco's…
CA Lawmakers Consider Ending the Treatment of 14- and 15-Year-Olds as Adults
Senate Bill 1391 will end the transfer of younger teens into adult criminal court, keeping them in…
California Sentencing Institute now shows 2016 trends
CJCJ’s California Sentencing Institute (CASI) interactive map now shows annual criminal and…
New Legislation Increases Employment Access for Justice-Involved Californians
An estimated 8 million individuals in California have criminal records. Increasing access to…
2018 Promises Groundbreaking Justice Reform in California
California legislators have introduced new bills to expand opportunities for justice-involved youth…
California’s Local Juvenile Facility Populations Continue to Decline in 2017
New data from 2017 show a continued population decline in California’s local juvenile halls…
Time Cannot Heal All Wounds
Over 95 percent of incarcerated individuals return to the community- what happens then?…
By the Numbers: Why California Needs More Drug Treatment, Not Youth Prisons
Hundreds of thousands more youth are on the streets today, policed less than ever. Meanwhile,…
AB 109, Prop 47, and Prop 57 Are Safely Reducing the Prison Population, but Durable Public Safety Requires Further Cuts in Corrections Spending
Shifting California’s criminal justice priorities from punishment to prevention starts with…
2018-19 Budget Proposal Would Expand California’s Youth Correctional System at a Time of Falling Populations
Governor Brown, in his final budget, has missed an opportunity to bring an end to the failures of…
A Tribute to Carole D’Elia
On December 16, 2017, California lost Carole D' Elia, a fine public servant and Executive Director…
CJCJ’s Continued Vision for Community Safety in 2018
As we start 2018, CJCJ's staff and programs will remain steadfast in our commitment to change…
Support Safe Communities and Healthy Families on #GivingTuesday
Join CJCJ on this national day of generosity to support programs that serve justice-involved youth…
SB 190 Becomes Law, Ending Harmful, Unlawful, and Costly Juvenile Justice Fees
California takes the lead in juvenile justice reform, ending the harmful, unlawful, and costly…
CDCR Drafts Prop 57 Regulations that Undercut the Initiative
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation was tasked with drafting the…
CJCJ congratulates Terence Baugh, our new Director of Behavioral Health!
Terence’s lived experiences allow him to relate to the youth he serves. Now, he is leading a…
Justice for All: Senate Bill 190
Senate Bill (SB) 190, which has passed the California Senate, aims to address the inequity of…
“Next Generation” of Justice Policy Leaders Gather and Mobilize in Sacramento
CJCJ and MILPA co-facilitated a two-day leadership and policy advocacy training for justice…
CJCJ is hiring!
Are you passionate about criminal and juvenile justice issues? Do you want to work directly with…
Not Without Scars: The Story of Shirley LaMarr
San Francisco author Jim Dekker tells Cameo House Director Shirley LaMarr's story of s urvival…

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