Updated individual Justice Reinvestment county fact sheets for the 2015-2017 biennium are now available. These county fact sheets reflect 2015 data for how Justice Reinvestment grants are being used throughout the state to create safety and rebuild the lives of people impacted by crime.
PSJ is excited to release the first installment of our youth justice update, Misguided Measures Revisited: Keeping Youth Out of Jails. This is the first of three briefing papers following up on a 2011 comprehensive report on juvenile justice in Oregon.
PSJ is pleased to announce that we’re launching Help.Hope.Heal., a website designed for the people crime survivors are most likely to reach out to for help: their family and friends.
We are pleased to announce that PSJ has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund at the Northwest Health Foundation. The 2-year grant is a critical investment in our effort to reduce the harm of parental incarceration on children and families.
Partnership for Safety and Justice is pleased to announce that Anita Rodgers is our new Finance & Operations Director.