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Help Abolish Regressive Juvenile Justice Fees in California
Juvenile administrative fees harm youth and families and undermine the rehabilitative intent of the juvenile justice system. A team of lawmakers, advocates, and researchers is working to bring an end…
California Must Better Protect the Health and Safety of Youth in Juvenile Halls
Right now, California is deciding how, and in some cases whether, to afford basic protections for youth confined in county juvenile halls and camps.
The California Story: Reduced Crime, High Immigration
The Crime Report highlights a recent CJCJ report which found increasing positive trends for health in safety in California as the overall population became more diverse and saw increased immigration.
KPFA 94.1FM Berkeley: CJCJ refutes political rhetoric on immigration and crime
Berkeley radio station, KPFA 94.1 FM, interviewed CJCJ's Mike Males about the findings of his recent report "Refuting Fear: Immigration, Youth, and California's Stunning Declines in Crime and…
Refuting Fear: Immigration, Youth, and CA’s Stunning Declines in Crime and Violence
A new CJCJ report finds crime and violence have decreased as racial and ethnic diversity and immigration increased in California, particularly among young people.

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