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Once again, California must move quickly to halt the spread of COVID-19 within the state’s youth correctional institutions, the Division of Juvenile Justice.

Join CJCJ in San Francisco or virtually on Sunday, November 7th (11am — 12:30pm PST) as we celebrate the release of a new children’s book about a boy who heals with his family’s help while his mom is far from home!

CJCJ and our partners want to hear your experiences, concerns, and solutions to strengthen California’s regulations for county jails.

Beginning today, California will wind down its infamous Division of Juvenile Justice by limiting new youth commitments.

If San Francisco’s shoplifting rate has plummeted to its lowest level in at least 45 years, why did the New York Times see fit to print an article sensationalizing a supposed surge” in shoplifting?