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Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 2 – Fall, 2018
Articles on disproportionate minority presence on U.S. Sex Offender Registries, determinants in pretrial detention, gendered effects of intensive juvenile supervision, and more.
High Rates of Incarceration Not Linked to Less Crime
CJCJ Senior Research Fellow Mike Males investigates claims that incarceration reduces crimes by taking a deeper look at California's crime and imprisonment trends among various age demographics.
CJCJ's 2018 Year in Review
As 2018 comes to an end, CJCJ reflects on a year filled with dedicated service and community collaboration. We invite you to join us in our continued efforts!
Community-based programming is crucial to support San Francisco youth
Earlier this week, San Francisco youth and service providers advocated for community-based programming at a Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee hearing on juvenile justice reform.
San Francisco police fail to specify charges in nearly 90 percent of youth arrests in 2017
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) deviates from all other law enforcement agencies in California in two key ways: it fails to properly report Latino statistics, and it fails to specify…

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