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San Francisco’s “Crime Wave” Is Just One Crime

In recent months, San Franciscans have seen alarming headlines announcing the city has suffered huge increases in crime. However, analysis shows that the city's crime trends are driven by just one type of offense: thefts from motor vehicles.

California's Arrest Rate Falls to Record Low in Justice Reform Era (2011-2018)

A new CJCJ fact sheet shows that California's decades-long declines in arrests have continued through the state's justice reform era into 2018.

CJCJ wishes you a happy New Year!

In 2019, CJCJ promoted alternatives to youth incarceration, prepared tomorrow’s justice policy leaders, and provided services for thousands of individuals.

Closing San Francisco's Juvenile Hall: An Analysis of the Youth Population

New CJCJ research offers a deeper understanding of population trends within the San Francisco’s juvenile justice system amid planning for the closure of the city's juvenile hall.

California Leaders Embrace Youth Voices, but Miss Opportunity for Major Reform

CJCJ's Maureen Washburn authors an Op-Ed on 2019 California legislation relating to juvenile justice matters, noting major steps forward alongside missed opportunities.

CJCJ Tours DJJ Facilities, Supports Prop 64 Grant Process, and more!

CJCJ tours California’s youth correctional facilities, policy staff serves on Prop 64 investments committee, and more!

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 2 – Fall, 2019

Articles on topics including the Inside-Out Model, Trauma-Informed Interventions, Extra-Legal Factors on Juvenile Probation Officers’ Sentencing Recommendations, and more.

This #GivingTuesday: Support Community Health and Justice Reform

Here at CJCJ, we believe in supporting families that have been impacted by the justice system. Join us this #GivingTuesday to help us continue our positive impact!

CJCJ Executive Director helps plan SF juvenile hall closure, and more!

November News: CJCJ Executive Director sits on task force to close SF juvenile hall, California must move toward local alternatives to youth incarceration, and Cameo House promotes civic engagement with a voter education workshop.

California Must Move Beyond Youth Incarceration

Recently, California failed to adopt the Keep Youth Closer to Home Act (SB 284). CJCJ and community partners will continue our work to move beyond costly, dangerous, and non-rehabilitative approaches to juvenile justice.

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