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Why Statistical Bigotry Is Just Bigotry, Round 2
- Mike Males, Apr 2, 2014
- Chronicle columnist Chip Johnson shows once again how statistics are misused to justify prejudicial policing
Missouri's Innovative Concept Academy: One Powerful Idea
- Kate McCracken, Apr 1, 2014
- The Innovative Concept Academy in St. Louis City, Missouri shows how one powerful idea can come to life when you are willing to think outside the box and challenge the status quo.
Kicked Out of School for Not Being “Feminine” Enough
- Randall G. Shelden, Mar 29, 2014
- Girls growing up face hurdles concerning gender identity and this bears directly to what they face upon entering the juvenile justice system.
San Francisco’s Sheriff implements Obamacare
- Selena Teji, Mar 25, 2014
- Sheriff Mirkarimi discusses his plans to implement the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in San Francisco.
Asm. Ammiano: “We can’t punish them into success”
- Kate McCracken, Mar 18, 2014
- Today, the state Assembly Select Committee on Justice Reinvestment held a hearing on juvenile justice reform. The experts unanimously emphasized data collection and use in decision making.
Two Roadmaps for Reform
- Brian Goldstein, Mar 11, 2014
- California’s 2014 legislative session has started and policymakers are considering ways to develop comprehensive public safety policy. Recent reports by the Legislative Analysts Office and…
President Obama to Youth of Color: You’re on Your Own
- Mike Males, Mar 4, 2014
- Mike Males critiques the President's new My Brother's Keeper initiative, asking why the federal government is not investing in measures to reduce youth poverty.
Kids for Cash
- Randall G. Shelden, Feb 26, 2014
- Senior Research Fellow Randy Shelden revisits his previous examination of the perils of privatization of youth prisons and detention centers.
The Negative Impact of Solitary Confinement on Youth
- Kate McCracken, Feb 25, 2014
- “Punitive segregation” and “therapeutic modules” describe interventions correctional facility staff use on confined youth. These interventions might sound innocuous, but what…
Inflamed Rhetoric, Senseless Killings, Light Verdicts: Grownups, “Stand Your Ground”
- Mike Males, Feb 24, 2014
- Senior Research Fellow Mike Males examines myths related to youth crime in light of the Michael Dunn verdict.
Back to work: San Francisco reduces unfair barriers to employment
- Selena Teji, Feb 20, 2014
- Earlier this month, San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to implement a Fair Chance Ordinance promoting fair hiring policies among both public and private employers.
Is "Child Prostitution" the Real "Epidemic"?
- Mike Males, Feb 18, 2014
- There are much larger, unmentioned "epidemics" behind what we call "child prostititution" authorities and media splashes are refusing to confront
Millions of new dollars to fight Chicago "youth violence" -- but no new ideas
- Mike Males, Feb 12, 2014
- The new Get In Chicago partnership is raising tens of millions of dollars to "tackle juvenile violence" and wants "fresh approaches." Our first suggestion: stop tackling "juvenile violence" and start…
Only Certain Young Victims Matter
- Mike Males, Feb 11, 2014
- Americans fixate on the 5% of killings that involve youthful gunmen and/or mass shooters and ignore the other 95%. Unfortunately, we largely dismiss the 99% of rapes that do not involve young…
How to Address Pain for Life
- Kate McCracken, Feb 4, 2014
- Restorative practices are essential to improving the framework of our justice system. This new lens values the connection between the victim, offender, and the community. It allows for meaningful…
DJF Update: Need for authentic, integrated reform
- Emily Luhrs, Jan 30, 2014
- California’s youth correctional system, the Division of Juvenile Facilities (DJF), commonly referred to as DJJ, is entering its tenth year under a consent decree to reform its practices to…
What Goes Around, Comes Around
- Randall G. Shelden, Jan 30, 2014
- Senior Research Fellow Randall Shelden reflects on historic training schools as many bodies are found at Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Florida.
You mentor, discover, and inspire us!
- Selena Teji, Jan 28, 2014
- A big thank you to all of our generous donors this holiday season. You reached above and beyond to help us provide gifts for our Juvenile Justice Services youth, and we want to honor your kindness…
The White House Should Quit Grandstanding and Confront Serious Realities About Rape
- Mike Males, Jan 24, 2014
- Rape and sexual assault are too devastating for the kind of superficial exploitation the Obama adminstration, leading interests, and the press display.
CNN, “Experts” Reiterate the Press’s Ethic: It’s OK to Lie about Kids
- Mike A. Males, Jan 23, 2014
- Why do the media erroneously create and publicize misperceptions about the moral development of teens, rather than correct them?
Being a Young African American Basketball Player is Dangerous to Your Health
- Randall G. Shelden, Jan 19, 2014
- They were walking this time. But I guess it does not matter whether you are standing still, walking or just sitting. If you are a young African American man living in an urban area, you are fair game…
CJCJ Statement on Governor Brown’s FY 14-15 Budget Proposal
- Brian Goldstein, Jan 14, 2014
- On Thursday, January 9, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown released his proposed FY 2014-15 Budget for California . CJCJ applauds the Governor’s willingness to adopt some of the systemic changes…
California Set to Begin Policymaking in 2014
- Brian Goldstein, Jan 7, 2014
- This month California’s policymakers will return to Sacramento and begin addressing some of the state’s pressing justice issues. The public and stakeholders alike should use these…
Bringing the holidays into the jails
- Dinky Manek Enty, Jan 2, 2014
- The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department and the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice partnered to bring the holiday spirit into the San Francisco County Jails.
A New Year and New Opportunity for Policy Reform in California
- Brian Goldstein, Dec 31, 2013
- In 2014, community advocates and state policymakers should work together to continue focus on three policy areas and develop solutions that reflect the experiences of California’s most…
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