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The National Journal highlights a CJCJ report on San Francisco's disproportionate arrest rates of African-American women.
San Francisco Public Defender, Jeff Adachi, discusses CJCJ's recent report on the city's disproportionate arrests of African American women.
SF Gate highlights CJCJ's study on the disproportionate arrest rates of African American women in San Francisco.
In partnership with the San Francisco Adult Probation Department, CJCJ's Cameo House now serves as an alternative sentencing program for pregnant and parenting women in San Francisco County.
Danielle Evans, Director of Women's Services, discusses the need for coordinated reentry planning for individuals exiting local jails.
Help us provide a vital safety net for homeless mothers at Cameo House.
Anti-violence activists, who often demand harsher penalties for offenders, tend to work in opposition to those fighting overuse of incarceration, who call for the opposite. This antagonism leaves women of color on the sidelines, as they are disproportionately impacted by both gender-based violence and the criminal justice system.
(ISSN 1530-3012) From the editor The Criminal History of So-Called "Hard Core" Drinking Drivers Reintegrative Community Service Teams: Developing Key Practice Dimensions of the Civic Engagement Model of Offender Reentry Do Societal Reactions Lead to Increased Experiences of Shame and Strain for Registered Female Sex Offenders? From the editor By Elizabeth Brown, Ph.D. and Randall G. Sheldon, M.A., Ph.D. From the Editors Once again it is time for another issue of Justice…
The decline of rape Los Angeles Times, February 18, 2007
Given that so many of the women in prison in California are driven to drug use because of poverty and abuse, the real issue before us is detention or prevention?
Explore how California’s 58 counties send their residents to correctional institutions with interactive maps, charts, and downloadable data.
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