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Profit Over Kids: Part II
- Randall G. Shelden, Nov 5, 2013
- This is the second installment of a blog series examining private for profit youth prisons.
A Salute to the Supportive Living Program
- Dinky Manek Enty, Oct 31, 2013
- After 22 years of guiding men to and through their roads of recovery, CJCJ's Supportive Living Program (SLP) is closing its doors today. We are saddened by its passing but take pride in its…
Profits Over Kids, Part I
- Randall G. Shelden, Oct 28, 2013
- In this three-part series Senior Research Fellow Randall Shelden examines for-profit youth prisons.
A day in the life of Patsy Jackson a NoVA Case Manager
- Caitlin Chappelle, Oct 24, 2013
- Patsy Jackson has been a case manager with NoVA for two years. Patsy helps her clients succeed by minimizing barriers to reentry and facilitating reintegration in their families and communities.
Immigration consequences of criminal convictions
- Selena Teji, Oct 22, 2013
- There are many collateral consequences to criminal convictions in California, such as barriers to employment, housing, and social services. An additional concern that criminal defense attorneys…
Partnership for a Drug-Wrecked America
- Mike Males, Oct 17, 2013
- The Partnership has been an instrumental lobby spending billions of dollars on decades of misdirected, billion-dollar "drug free" ad campaigns that are really designed to protect powerful legal-drug…
Safety first: protecting clients in an emergency
- Selena Teji, Oct 15, 2013
- CJCJ staff attend the San Francisco Fire Department's Neighborhood Emergency Response Team training to learn how to keep themselves, their families, and their clients safe in an emergency.
Pre-booking Diversion To Help Address Health Needs
- Caitlin Chapelle, Oct 10, 2013
- How do you divert justice-involved individuals into specialized programs that address the root causes of their criminal activity?
Justice-Involved Californians Deserve a Second Chance at Success
- Brian Goldstein, Oct 8, 2013
- Applying for a job is tough, particularly in this challenging economic climate. For those Californians with a criminal history, the obstacles for getting employment often appear insurmountable.
The Face of Poverty in California
- Brian Goldstein, Oct 3, 2013
- Poor people do not shoulder the burden alone; we all share the cost, whether we acknowledge it or not. Given this impact, what is the face of poverty in California?
A Modest Proposal for an Oakland Curfew
- Mike Males, Sep 30, 2013
- A youth curfew has not only proven ineffective, it targets a group that commits less than 7% of Oakland's crime. Why not a curfew that targets the demographic responsible for 80% of the city's crime?
Contribute to a safe and healthy home today!
- Sep 27, 2013
- Help us provide a vital safety net for homeless mothers at Cameo House.
Reentry barriers: employment and the technology divide
- Selena Teji, Sep 26, 2013
- How do you prepare for work in an office environment if you've never used a computer? Many Bay Area residents struggle to find employment a fter decades of incarceration.
Four Reasons Californians Need Fair Drug Sentencing Reform
- Brian Goldstein, Sep 24, 2013
- This year, Governor Jerry Brown can take a bold step to reform drug sentencing for individuals who posses small quantities of a controlled substance for personal use. Senate Bill 649 , authored by…
CJCJ pays tribute to the history of its new mentoring program
- Selena Teji, Sep 19, 2013
- CJCJ's newest direct service program, the Youth Justice Mentoring Program, has a long history in San Francisco. CJCJ pays tribute to that legacy by carrying on these essential services.
Congregate Care Facilities are a Thing of the Past
- Kate McCracken, Sep 17, 2013
- Photographer Richard Ross documents youth correctional facilities across the nation. This blogs explores why these facilities are an outdated approach to juvenile justice.
California Poised to Adopt Necessary Criminal and Juvenile Justice Reforms
- Brian Goldstein, Sep 12, 2013
- Both the legislature and Governor Brown are currently reviewing a wide range of juvenile and criminal justice policies that will have a long-term impact on the state. Here's a breakdown of key bills.
Easing California’s Prison Crisis via Private Prisons is a Bad Idea
- Randall Shelden, Ph.D., Sep 10, 2013
- Private prisons are not the answer to California's prison overcrowding crisis.
Is there an end in sight to the War on Drugs?
- Selena Teji, Sep 5, 2013
- As so many drug-related reforms move forward, there is still a need for a comprehensive examination of how drug policy is implemented locally.
Some Promising Programs for Girls in Trouble
- Randall Shelden, Ph.D., Sep 3, 2013
- In my previous blog I noted that successful programs for girls in the juvenile justice system were rare. In this blog I will highlight a few examples of recently developed programs that show great…
California’s Sentencing Quagmire: Is a Commission the Solution?
- Kate McCracken, Aug 29, 2013
- A statewide Sentencing Commission could initiate much needed sentencing reform and end the prison crisis in the long-term.
CJCJ opposes governor's $315 million prison fix
- Aug 28, 2013
- Expensive short-term custodial solutions will not solve California's prison crisis and does not serve public safety interests.
Four ways to better manage jail bed space
- Kate McCracken, Aug 27, 2013
- Under Realignment some counties , in which the local justice systems rely heavily on incarceration, are putting extra pressure on their sheriffs to manage their burgeoning jail populations safely. A…
Programs for Girls in Juvenile Justice
- Randall G. Shelden, Aug 22, 2013
- Despite years of research showing that girls require a special kind of programming, here remains a lack of innovative, effective programs for girls in trouble.
Guns, a Reign of Terror, Part II
- Randall Shelden, Ph.D., Aug 21, 2013
- This is a continuation of my previous blog on a book by Tom Diaz called "The Last Gun."
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