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Protect Youth from COVID-19, Honoring Next Generation Fellows, and more!

CJCJ News: Protecting youth at DJJ from a COVID-19 outbreak, Honoring 2019-20 class of the Next Generation Fellowship, and publishing new research in CJCJ's Justice Policy Journal.

CA Crime Declines, CJCJ rings in the New Year, and more!

California crime rates continue to drop amid justice reforms, CJCJ’s team rings in the New Year with a festive gathering, and CJCJ's Justice Policy Journal offers new research.

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 2 – Fall, 2019

Articles on topics including the Inside-Out Model, Trauma-Informed Interventions, Extra-Legal Factors on Juvenile Probation Officers’ Sentencing Recommendations, and more.

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 16, Number 1 – Spring, 2019

Articles on arrest histories of men who buy sex; community member perceptions regarding sex offender recidivism; the school-to-prison pipeline, juvenile risk assessments, and more.

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 14, Number 2 - Fall 2017

Articles on arson rates in Chicago, adulthood relationship outcomes for juvenile justice-involved individuals, and migrant workers counteracting wage theft and underpayment.

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 14, Number 1 - Spring 2017

Articles on educating incarcerated young adults, police involvement with intimate partner violence calls, witness sexual orientation bias, and a book review on Prisoner Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration

Justice Policy Journal - Volume 13, Number 1 - Spring 2016

Articles on government distortion of sex-crime stats, veterans serving time, the origins of sex offender legislation, the Jerry Sandusky trial, the relationship between firearm ownership and violent crime, and how training affects law enforcement's use of force.

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