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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…
A Boy’s Bright Future, Thanksgiving Dinner, and More!
A mother's collaboration with Cameo House supports her son’s bright future, Help strengthen families and support communities this holiday season, and CJCJ’s Cameo House builds community…
Give the Gift of Community Safety and Wellness
Every day, the CJCJ family of staff and clients works to ensure that our communities are safe and thriving. This #GivingTuesday, we ask for your support to strengthen community-based alternatives to…
California Legislature Passes Bill Setting Juvenile Justice Minimum Age at 12
The Chronicle of Social Change highlight's the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice's key role in the passage of Senate Bill 439, which protects young children under age 12 from the juvenile…
What happens to teens accused of murder? Ventura County grapples with question
The Ventura County Star quotes CJCJ's Policy Analyst Maureen Washburn in an article about California Senate Bill (SB) 1391, which ends transfers of 14- and 15-year-olds to the adult criminal justice…

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