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San Francisco's Twist on Probation
- Jul 6, 2012
- San Francisco's Twist on Probation Wall Street Journal, July 4, 2012
No cookie cutter approach for justice-involved youth
- Dinky Manek Enty, Jun 29, 2012
- 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 Initiative (PYJI). SHF is offering various invited counties throughout California the opportunity to collaboratively improve upon or develop wraparound services for cross-over youth, utilizing strengths-based approaches with an emphasis on trauma-informed care. SHF will provide awarded counties…
CJCJ's Kate McCracken appointed to SF Sentencing Commission
- Apr 25, 2012
- 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 and victim protection, emphasize fairness, employ evidence-based practices, and efficiently utilize San Francisco's criminal justice resources. The Commission will be chaired by the District Attorney's Office, and will be advisory to the Mayor and Board of Supervisors. On April 24, 2012, CJCJ's…
San Francisco's war on drugs, "Stop chasing my children"
- Selena Teji, Apr 17, 2012
- The Human Rights Commission hearing on the Human Rights Impact of the War on Drugs last week provided a broad spectrum of perspectives and information on how San Franciscans are affected by drug law enforcement. The hearing commenced with testimony from Alice Huffman, President of the California NAACP, who underlined the racially targeted history of the drug war, beginning in 1914 and including the 1920's failed prohibition of alcohol. Following, Dorsey Nunn, Executive Director of Legal…
The Pacifica Evening News
- Apr 13, 2012
- The Pacifica Evening News KPFA Radio, April 12, 2012
Should We Rename It "Selma Francisco"?
- Apr 13, 2012
Should We Rename It "Selma Francisco"? California Progress Report, April 13, 2012
CJCJ presents at SF-HRC hearing on Drug War, Apr. 12th
- Apr 10, 2012
- On Thursday April 12, 2012, in City Hall room 416, at 5:30 pm , the San Francisco Human Rights Commission is holding a public hearing on The Human Rights Impact of the War on Drugs . CJCJ's Selena Teji will be providing testimony on "Racial Disparities in Drug Law Enforcement in San Francisco" alongside Professor William Armaline from San José State University. The hearing will also be televised on http://www.sfgovtv.org/ . This hearing is designed to solicit feedback from people who have…
San Francisco considers human rights impact of drug war
- Selena Teji, Apr 10, 2012
- This Thursday, April 12th, 2012 , residents of San Francisco will have an opportunity to discuss the impact of the war on drugs in the city and make recommendations as to what should be done to address it. The San Francisco Human Rights Commission is holding a public hearing on The Human Rights Impact of the War on Drugs in City Hall room 416, at 5:30 pm to discuss the impact of drug policy on the city's individuals and families. Interested members of the public are encouraged to attend…
San Francisco's Arrest Rates of African Americans for Drug Felonies Worsens
- Apr 1, 2012
- San Francisco's Arrest Rates of African Americans for Drug Felonies Worsens
San Francisco Youth Crime at Record Low
- Mar 1, 2012
- San Francisco Youth Crime at Record Low
Securing employment for ex-offenders, locally
- Emily Luhrs, Dec 9, 2011
- An estimated 25 % of all Californian's have a criminal record, many landing in San Francisco, where rate of unemployment among ex-offenders is disproportionately high. Even though San Francisco, and other cities, including Berkeley and Oakland, have "Banned-the-box, " meaning employers can no longer inquire at the application phase about past criminal convictions, barriers still exist for this particular population. For instance, many employers still conduct background checks , often using…
Marijuana Arrests Skyrocket in California
- Nov 15, 2011
- Marijuana Arrests Skyrocket in California OpposingViews.com, November 14, 2011
Report: Misdemeanor Marijuana Arrests Skyrocketing in California
- Nov 14, 2011
- Report: Misdemeanor Marijuana Arrests Skyrocketing in California SF Weekly, November 11, 2011
Gerald Miller is reappointed to San Francisco's Reentry Council
- Sep 15, 2011
- 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. Gerald has served on the Reentry Council since 2009 and continues to be a leader in progressive criminal justice and community-based reform. Congratulations Gerald!
Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen
- Aug 24, 2011
Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, August 24, 2011
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
- Aug 1, 2011
- San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
San Francisco leading the way in Criminal Justice Realignment
- Emily Luhrs, Jul 22, 2011
- San Francisco's Executive Committee of the Community Corrections Partnership has been devising a plan for realignment and presented their model for implementation to the Board of Supervisors' Public Safety Committee at a public hearing yesterday at City Hall. California's Criminal Justice Realignment Bill (A.B. 109) was approved on April 4, 2011 and is set to take effect October 1, 2011. Their plan focuses on collaboration between agencies in order to best serve the new population of inmates…
San Francisco may bar employers, landlords from asking about arrests, convictions
- Jul 20, 2011
- San Francisco may bar employers, landlords from asking about arrests, convictions Los Angeles Times, July 20, 2011
The San Francisco Industrial School [Video]
- Jul 1, 2011
Re-examining three strikes
- May 6, 2011
- Re-examining three strikes KALW News, May 5, 2011.
California's broken juvenile justice system: Proposal to cut state's system brings up ghosts of youth torture
- Apr 7, 2011
- California's broken juvenile justice system: Proposal to cut state's system brings up ghosts of youth torture The Guardsman, April 6, 2011.
No Violence Alliance (NoVA) Project: San Francisco's Model Adult Case Management Reentry Program
- Oct 1, 2010
- No Violence Alliance (NoVA) Project: San Francisco's Model Adult Case Management Reentry Program
San Francisco nonprofits under the microscope
- Sep 26, 2010
- San Francisco nonprofits under the microscope The San Francisco Examiner, September 25, 2010.
Login Cabin Ranch Turns a Corner
- Sep 2, 2010
- Login Cabin Ranch Turns a Corner The Bay Citizen, September 1, 2010.
San Francisco's Juvenile Reentry Court to Participating Youth: "We've Got Your Back"
- Sep 1, 2010
- San Francisco's Juvenile Reentry Court to Participating Youth: "We've Got Your Back" Foster Care Reform Update: A Briefing for County and Statewide Collaborations, September 2010.
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