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CJCJ in the news: Little-known Agency Central to Criminal Justice Reform
CJCJ's Brian Goldstein comments on the importance of the BSCC — "arguably the most powerful corrections body in the state."
CJCJ in the news: You can’t blame immigrants for gun violence
CJCJ's Mike Males on the truth about gun violence, gun control, and youth of color.
CJCJ in the news: As Juvenile Arrests Plummet, California Still Investing in Incarceration Facilities
The Chronicle of Social Change highlights advocacy by CJCJ and others to use state funds for local innovative programming-based juvenile justice facilities.
CJCJ in the news: Revolving justice: SF agencies tackle recidivism
San Francisco's Bay Area Reporter highlights the LEAP program, which CJCJ operates in partnership with the San Francisco Public Defender's Office.
CJCJ in the news: Committee backs "Audrie's Law" after provision removed
Under pressure from CJCJ and other youth advocates, controversial bill removes "mandatory minimum sentencing" provision.
CJCJ in the news: Unique SF program aims to keep troubled kids in school
CJCJ operates the LEAP program in partnership with the San Francisco Public Defender's Office to help young people obtain educational success.
CJCJ in the news: Audrie's Law goes too far, some legislators insist
SB 838 would create mandatory minimums for youth in the justice justice system. CJCJ's Lizzie Buchen explains this is a "step backward."
An American Gun Death Every 16 Minutes in 2011
Senior Research Fellow Mike Males: But no one likes to talk about who's dying from guns, or how.
CJCJ in the news: Talk 910 KKSF AM with Gil Gross
Lizzie Buchen, CJCJ's Communications and Policy Analyst, is featured on the Gil Gross show to discuss the negative impact of mandatory minimums on California's youth.
CJCJ in the news: Assembly Public Safety Committee postpones vote on "Audrie's Law"
CJCJ's Lizzie Buchen comments on the dangers of SB 838, which would establish the first mandatory minimum sentence in California's juvenile justice system.
CJCJ in the news: Bay Area mother of teen suicide victim urges passage of tough new law on juvenile sex offenders
CJCJ's Lizzie Buchen discusses the negative impact of mandatory minimums for youth in the Contra Costa Times.
CJCJ in the news: California lawmakers delay vote on Audrie's Law
CJCJ Board member Patti Lee, of San Francisco's Public Defender's Office, says establishing mandatory minimums for California's youth is a "grave mistake."
CJCJ in the news: Teen rape law vote delayed in Legislature
CJCJ's Lizzie Buchen highlights the negative impact mandatory minimums would have on California's youth in the San Jose Mercury News.
OP-ED: Keep Mandatory Minimums Out of the Juvenile Justice System
Lizzie Buchen, CJCJ's Communications and Policy Analyst, discusses the negative impact mandatory minimums would have on California's juvenile justice system in a recent Juvenile Justice Information…
CJCJ in the news: California proposals aim to help young offenders
CJCJ's Lizzie Buchen discusses California's trend towards juvenile justice reform in the Associated Press.
CJCJ in the news: Valley community leaders come to Fresno to learn about Night Walk
The Fresno Bee references CJCJ's analysis of Fresno's zip codes and homicide rates.
April Newsletter: Progress on Sealing Juvenile Records
CJCJ's April 2014 Newsletter
OP-ED: Leaving the Past Behind: Sealing Juvenile Records
CJCJ's Antonia Cartwright discusses the positive impact of sealing juvenile records in a recent Juvenile Justice Information Exchange Op-ed.
Why not a war on child poverty?
Senior Research Fellow Mike Males is featured in Reuters discussing youth crime and poverty.
CJCJ in the news: Probation Reports: What we can learn from the 'most important' documents in the criminal justice system
The North Coast Journal explores the importance about pre-sentence investigation reports. Execuvite Director, Daniel Macallair, discusses this in detail in the article.
CJCJ in the news: Racial Disparity in Juvenile Facilities Increased as Overall Incarceration Plummeted, Report Says
CJCJ's Executive Director Dan Macallair highlights the need for local community-based service organizations.
March Newsletter: CJCJ Partnership Wins Good Governance Award
CJCJ's March Newsletter
Whatever Happened to the Ad War on Drugs?
CJCJ's Mike Males is featured in Advertising Age and highlights the problems with commercials created by Partnership at Drugfree.org
Brian Goldstein's testimony at Assembly Select Committee on Justice Reinvestment
Brian Goldstein, CJCJ's Policy Analyst, provides testimony to the Assembly Select Committee on Justice Reinvestment on March 18, 2014.
California's Radical De-Incarceration Experiment
Mike Males discusses California's deincarceration movement in the California Progress Report.

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