Announcing Relocation and Updated Contact Information
We are pleased to announce an exciting development for the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ). CJCJ’s merger with the Northern California Service League (NCSL) is now complete. During the merger, the agencies decided to market all services under the CJCJ name to reduce confusion for clients and ensure a single identity. The union of these two venerable nonprofit agencies creates an even stronger and more vibrant organization ready to face the challenges of the future.
As CJCJ continues to expand its services into more specialized populations, develop its ability to provide technical assistance, and engage in data-driven policy research, the agency feels the old logo does not fully represent the breadth and unity of its work. CJCJ created a new image that reflects the interplay between the three distinct services we provide — direct services, technical assistance, and policy analysis —to promote a more balanced and humane justice system. The new logo and a new website will be launched in the days leading up to the official rebranding date in April 2013.
Throughout this process, CJCJ will remain dedicated to its mission of reducing society’s reliance on incarceration as a solution to social problems. The agency will continue to execute projects with the same level of excellence and professionalism you have come to except.
Offices and contact info
In conjunction with the merger, CJCJ relocated into the former-NCSL headquarters in April 2012 at 40 Boardman Place, San Francisco, CA 94103. This central location includes a large conference room, open plan work areas and private offices that allow CJCJ to better serve its clients. CJCJ’s telephone number, (415) 621-5661, and fax number, (415) 621-5466 remain operational.
To reach our Directors please refer to these new telephone extensions:
Executive Director Daniel Macallair x. 111
Associate Director Abu Qadir Al-Amin x. 125
Deputy Director Dinky Manek Enty x. 120
Director of Policy and Development Catherine McCracken x. 124
Director of Adult Community-based Services Gerald Miller x. 117
Director of Juvenile Justice Services Kimo Uila x. 101
For press and all other inquiries please email email@example.com or call x. 123.
For more information, please read the press release.
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