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November news from CJCJ

Cameo House's new alternative sentencing program opens its doors; CJCJ releases new resource to help people get a fresh start; After Proposition 47: Following the Money

October news from CJCJ

October news: In memory of Roland Carey, director of youth housing program; Proposition 47 could generate significant cost savings for counties; For SF's formerly incarcerated, job opportunities in city beautification

September news from CJCJ

September news: Gov. Brown signs bills that may reduce incarceration in California; New CJCJ report analyzes impact of marijuana reform; Proposition 47 could generate significant cost savings for counties; Volunteers needed for new Cameo House playroom

CJCJ Newsletter - AB 109 Realignment and crime: No statewide pattern

New analysis of 2012 data shows no correlation between public safety realignment and crime, Cameo House in the news, and a thank you to our generous donors!

CJCJ Newsletter - Thank you for a big year at CJCJ!

CJCJ reflects on its transformation in 2013: new programs, award winning staff, and our new Director of Women's Services. 

CJCJ Newsletter - Interact with new 2012 juvenile justice data

New 2012 youth crime data released, publication on a model youth justice program in Solano County, and our journal releases its Fall 2013 edition.

CJCJ Newsletter - Saying goodbye to CJCJ's Supportive Living Program

CJCJ's Supportive Living Program closes its doors and policy staff report on the ineffectiveness of curfews.

CJCJ Newsletter - Tell the Governor to sign these bills!

A run down of California's legislative session, SF's Due Process for All Ordinance, and a call for your support of Cameo House.

CJCJ Newsletter - We can end the prison crisis safely

Tell the Gov. you don't support prison expansion, attend the drug policy conference of the year, and read about the intersection of immigration and criminal justice.

CJCJ Newsletter - Introducing our new mentoring program!

This month CJCJ began providing mentoring services to youth in detention, and staff visited innovative post-Realignment programs in San Francisco and published an op-ed on SB 260.

June 2013 Newsletter - Promoting National and Global Justice Policy

CJCJ uses its expertise to educate the public on national and global criminal justice issues.

CJCJ May 2013 Newsletter - An update on the progress of AB 915

A continued observation of CJCJ's reform efforts emphasized by statistically relevant sentencing data.

CJCJ Newsletter - Latest on AB 109 and juvenile justice reform

CJCJ forges ahead with reform efforts in 2013    

CJCJ Newsletter - Announcing Merger and Plans to Rebrand Identity

Exciting news for CJCJ    

CJCJ Newsletter - Criminal justice decision points need deeper reforms

Data-driven analyses hold lessons for practitioners    

CJCJ Newsletter - Homeless mothers, disenfranchised youth, and you

Join us in 2013, be part of justice reform    

CJCJ Newsletter - Giving thanks for juvenile justice reform projects

Your support makes our work possible, thank you.    

CJCJ Newsletter - California youth crime at record low, but why?

New juvenile justice data and reforms in progress    

CJCJ Newsletter - Pretrial strategies to reduce unnecessary incarceration safely

Pretrial resources and upcoming juvenile map release    

CJCJ Newsletter - Preliminary CA realignment data

Is realignment working?    

CJCJ Newsletter - Presenting the California Sentencing Institute (CASI)

Interactive sentencing map – what’s going on in your county?    

CJCJ Newsletter - New exciting reforms take shape in California

New and exciting reform initiatives for you!    

CJCJ Newsletter - Publications reveal CA political imbalances

Who’s deciding California’s legislative priorities?    

CJCJ Newsletter - Post AB 109: Adult Criminal Justice

AB 109 updates, upcoming Bail Industry publication, and the War on Drugs    

CJCJ Newsletter - Juvenile justice legislative update

Did you attend the hearings?    

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