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No cookie cutter approach for justice-involved youth
The Sierra Health Foundation (SHF) in partnership with The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) and The California Endowment (TCE) has launched the first of its kind statewide Positive Youth Justice…
Systems Change In An Era Of Crime Decline
Systems Change In An Era Of Crime Decline California Progress Report, June 25, 2012
Lessons Learned: The Santa Cruz County Story
Lessons Learned: The Santa Cruz County Story
Misconceptions about high-risk youth offenders
The High Desert Daily Press featured a three-part story last week exploring how San Bernardino County prosecutes, supervises, and rehabilitates their juvenile offenders.  Daily Press reporter Beatriz…
CJCJ's Kate McCracken appointed to SF Sentencing Commission
The San Francisco Sentencing Commission is a newly created advisory body charged with encouraging the development of criminal sentencing strategies that reduce recidivism, prioritize public safety…
Humboldt County's regional "New Horizons" program delivers impressive results
Humboldt County's Probation Department is leading the way in utilizing innovative funding streams for serving California's highest-risk, highest-need youthful offenders. The department…
Can California reduce its juvenile justice recidivism rates?
A CJCJ co-sponsored event, Can California Reduce Its Juvenile Justice Recidivism Rates? is taking place today: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 in the California State Capitol, Room 126 at 1:00 pm to 2:30…
High-Needs Kids and Juvenile Justice Reforms
High-Needs Kids and Juvenile Justice Reforms California Progress Report, February 16, 2012
High-Needs Kids and Juvenile Justice Reforms
High-Needs Kids and Juvenile Justice Reforms Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, February 13, 2012
San Bernardino County's model program for youth offenders
Since 2007, San Bernardino County's Probation Department has made strategic, bold changes in order to align their systems with modern and effective best practices for the rehabilitation and reentry…
Bold and innovative leadership from Alameda County
Alameda County's Chief Probation Officer David Muhammad demonstrates innovative and determined leadership through his new approach to serving juvenile justice involved youth.  He employs a youth…
40th anniversary of Massachusetts juvenile justice reform
Next year marks the 40th anniversary of the closure of Massachusetts' youth training schools; instigating a massive and sweeping juvenile justice reform effort led by Dr. Jerome Miller. CJCJ is…
Annie E. Casey Foundation: No place for kids
Today, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released their newest publication, No Place for Kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile Incarceration . It presents a fresh review of juvenile justice in America,…
Renewing Juvenile Justice Poster
Renewing Juvenile Justice Poster
CJCJ will present "Renewing Juvenile Justice" at OJJDP's 2011 National Conference
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) selected CJCJ to present at the OJJDP's 2011 National Conference for Children's Justice and Safety on October 12-14! The Poster…
Gerald Miller is reappointed to San Francisco's Reentry Council
September 15, 2011 - Today, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Rules Committee reappointed CJCJ's Gerald Miller to serve an additional two-year term on San Francisco's Reentry Council.  …
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
Renewing Juvenile Justice is now available on CJCJ's Resource Center
Commissioned by the Sierra Health Foundation, and authored by CJCJ, Renewing Juvenile Justice offers policy recommendations to move juvenile justice practices in California into the 21st Century.
The Morning Mix
The Morning Mix KPFA Radio, April 15,2011.
Best juvenile justice practices in motion: James Ranch proves it can be done at the county level.
Santa Clara County continues to demonstrate innovative and effective juvenile justice practices that allow it to serve even its most serious juvenile offenders at the county level, begging the…
Renewing Juvenile Justice
Commissioned by the Sierra Health Foundation, and authored by CJCJ, Renewing Juvenile Justice offers policy recommendations to move juvenile justice practices in California into the 21st Century.
Bringing the Missouri Model to California
The Missouri Model, focused on therapeutic rehabilitation, intensive supervision, and reentry support, has been touted for many decades as an exemplary approach to juvenile justice that puts the…
Navigating Change with Gordon Graham
I recently attended a training presented by Gordon Graham on his new curriculum entitled "Navigating Change: Charting Your Course."  This three-hour introductory overview provided what he terms a…
NoVA: San Francisco's Model Reentry Program Video
No Violence Alliance (NoVA) Project: San Francisco's Model Adult Case Management Reentry Program
No Violence Alliance (NoVA) Project: San Francisco's Model Adult Case Management Reentry Program

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