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New study documents legacy of Fouts Springs Youth Facility, a regional facility operated by Solano County that served high-risk youth in lieu of the state youth correctional facilities.
New study casts doubt on efficacy of immigration and public safety intersection.
CJCJ’s California Sentencing Institute (CASI) released its 2011 juvenile justice data today, showing a continued trend away from state confinement and towards community-based options for high-needs youth.
CJCJ’s California Sentencing Institute (CASI) released its 2011 data today, providing a statewide baseline of county practices prior to, and in the initial stages of, AB 109 implementation.
On May 13, 2013: Formerly Incarcerated People's Quest for Democracy Legislative Briefing on polices that impact the ability of formerly incarcerated people to fully participate in society.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CJCJ report analyzes new data from the last quarter of 2012. Finds county disparities contribute to prison crisis and impact all CA taxpayers.
We are pleased to announce an exciting development for the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ). CJCJ’s merger with the Northern California Service League (NCSL) is now complete. The union of these two venerable nonprofit agencies creates an even stronger and more vibrant organization ready to face the challenges of the future.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Analyzing newly released FBI data - the first full crime figures published since Realignment - CJCJ found no correlation between Realignment and crime trends.
Just released! Closing California's Division of Juvenile Facilities: An Analysis of County Institutional Capacity by the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice's Daniel Macallair, MPA, Executive Director Mike Males, PhD, Senior Research Fellow and Catherine McCracken, M.S., Program Director Read the full report at Also check out "More calls for California to shut down its youth prison system " by Karen de Sá of the Mercury News.
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Explore how California’s 58 counties send their residents to correctional institutions with interactive maps, charts, and downloadable data.
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