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CJCJ in the news: Why a 'smoking age' of 21 is a bad idea
- Mar 14, 2016
- Mike Males writes an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times showing that the implementation of these "protective" laws actually disrupt positive youth trends.
Spotlight on New Juvenile and Criminal Justice Legislation
- Maureen Washburn, Mar 8, 2016
- Newly proposed legislation would preserve access to in-person visitation, strengthen juvenile data collection, and involve law enforcement officers in diversion.
Board of State and Community Corrections Meeting November 12, 2015
- Erica Webster, Feb 16, 2016
- Unofficial meeting minutes from the November 2015 BSCC meeting.
CJCJ in the news: Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton Accepted Almost the Same Amount of Prison Lobbyist Donations
- Feb 12, 2016
- The Huffington Post reports on Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio receiving campaign contributions from private prison lobbies, and cites CJCJ statistics showing racial disparities in the justice system.
January Newsletter: Proposed Ballot Initiative to Repeal Direct File
- Feb 2, 2016
- CJCJ offers a new free resource for youth, KQED's Forum interviews CJCJ Executive Director Daniel Macallair , and Governor Brown announces new ballot initiative to repeal direct file.
2016-17 budget continues California's dependency on incarceration
- Jan 11, 2016
- $250 million for adult facility construction funding and increased funding to DJJ, but only $29.3 million in Prop. 47 savings?
CJCJ in the news: California prison reforms have reduced inmate numbers, not costs
- Jan 6, 2016
- Reuters quotes CJCJ's Executive Director, Daniel Macallair, on why the costs of incarceration are increasing in California, despite the declining prison population.
New Centers for Disease Control report shows U.S. officials still won’t address gun violence
- Mike Males, Dec 10, 2015
- Political leaders prefer relying on remedial programs rather than confronting widespread poverty and inequality.
CJCJ in the news: Why the GOP Must Discuss #BlackLivesMatter in the Next Debate
- Oct 23, 2015
- The Huffington Post cites an article by CJCJ's Mike Males, "Who Are Police Killing?", to discuss police violence against African-Americans.
The Business of Guns
- Randall G. Shelden, Oct 22, 2015
- Even after all the mass shootings in the U.S, few are talking about two important issues: American gun culture and the business of guns. Gun deathse are expected to surpass vehicale deaths in 2015,…
Guns: Amid more tragedy, the hopeful realities everyone ignores
- Mike Males, Oct 13, 2015
- There are some surprisingly positive developments for politicians and lobbyists ready to conclude today’s endless quarrel.
CJCJ in the news: Native Lives Matter, Too
- Oct 12, 2015
- The New York Times tracts the disparate killings of Native Americans by police officers, citing CJCJ as one of the few sources that covered this issue.
Monterey County residents discuss impact of Proposition 47
- Brian Goldstein, Sep 22, 2015
- On September 10, local elected officials, community leaders, and neighbors in Monterey County’s City of Seaside gathered to learn about the impact of Proposition 47 on state policymaking and…
Obama blames “teenagers doing stupid things” for drugs, crime, imprisonment
- Mike Males, Jul 23, 2015
- We need a modern strategy that treats crime as a behavior of individuals, not demographic groups, and a criminal justice system that responds to individual characteristics. These four charts show…
California crime keeps going down in 2014
- Erica Webster, Jul 21, 2015
- This month, the Attorney General of California released new data for 2014 showing that crime in the state continued its downward trend.
CJCJ in the news: Why Bill Clinton admitted being wrong on crime
- Jul 16, 2015
- CJCJ's Mike Males is featured as a guest on the Huffington Post Live's discussion about the Clinton admnistration's effect on crime and what the change in public opinion means for Hilary Clinton's…
Does Anyone Have a Solution to Gun Violence?
- Mike Males, Jul 14, 2015
- Gun violence is horrific. Why are we tolerating today’s going-nowhere political debate?
A Modest Theory of Why Conservatives Suddenly Champion Criminal Justice Reform
- Mike Males, Jun 23, 2015
- A sudden conversion to religious forgiveness and fiscal prudence on prison budgets? There’s a more plausible reason, one no one is talking about.
Why Do We Resist Individualized Justice?
- Mike Males, May 14, 2015
- “Demographic determinism” persists even among progressives. It needs to stop.
CJCJ's legislative priorities for 2015
- Lizzie Buchen, Apr 14, 2015
- CJCJ and our allies are working to enact systemic reforms to make California's criminal and juvenile justice systems more humane, fair, and effective. Learn about some of the bills we're supporting.
March News from CJCJ
- Mar 31, 2015
- California allies convene to keep youth out of the adult system; CJCJ testifies on the consequences of a felony conviction; CJCJ program pairs college students with youth in Juvenile Hall
New Report on Crime Decline Repeats Old Myths
- Mike Males, Mar 31, 2015
- A new report concludes that a drop in the youth population may have contributed to a drop in crime — but the data show the opposite to be true.
BSCC Town Hall in Oakland
- Brian Goldstein, Mar 10, 2015
- Over 300 community members recently gathered in Oakland’s Imani Community Church to hear about a transformative moment in California’s criminal justice system: Proposition 47.
February news from CJCJ
- Feb 27, 2015
- CJCJ cautions against leaving youth out of marijuana policy reform; Implementing Prop 47: Helping our clients change their records; Engaging the public with the Board of State and Community…
Increasing Public Engagement with California's BSCC
- Brian Goldstein, Feb 17, 2015
- The February 12 BSCC Board meeting in Ventura saw promising developments, but the agency must be transparent and inclusive of those communities most impacted by their decisions.
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