We advocate for policies that make Oregon’s approach to public safety more effective and just for people convicted of crime, survivors of crime, and the families of both.
Thank you to all our volunteers, supporters, and community partners who joined us at our year-end celebration! It’s been an incredible year for Partnership for Safety and Justice, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Special thanks to our guest speakers, Representative Tawna Sanchez and Aqeela Sherrills from Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice. We’re so grateful for […]
Support Oregon’s leading voice for public safety and criminal justice reform. In 2017, we passed policies that prevented the opening of a second women’s prison, expanded addiction treatment, and invested in community-based services for survivors, making the justice system more fair and effective for people convicted of crime, survivors of crime, and the families of both.
We’re so excited to be selected once again for Willamette Week’s Give!Guide!
For the fourth year in a row, Give!Guide is showcasing Partnership for Safety and Justice as one of Portland’s most impacting nonprofits. It’s an easy way for you to support our work and to be rewarded for it, too.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is an opportunity for advocates and survivors of intimate partner violence to come together. As a community, we connect with, appreciate, learn from, and remember people who have been hurt by or lost their lives to intimate partner violence.
PSJ is hiring! We’re looking for a skilled, motivated, and enthusiastic Program Associate. Our ideal candidate will bring a mix of detail-oriented data management and event coordination skills with a passion for community engagement and base building. Click link for more information.
Position is open until filled, but applications will be reviewed starting November 16.
Denise (front row center) surrounded by her colleagues who love her and miss her heart, her wisdom, and her passion.
This summer we bid a bittersweet farewell to Denise Welch, who retired after over ten years on staff at PSJ.
Denise’s commitment to PSJ and passion for our […]
“What if responses to violence were survivor-centered?” – Danielle Sered
Join us for a conversation with one of the most compelling criminal justice advocates in the country.
You’re invited to hear and speak with Danielle Sered, a leading voice on survivor-centered reform who advocates for justice that reduces both violence and incarceration.
Seventy advocates from around the state came to Salem in April to speak with their legislators about smarter public safety policies that achieve accountability, invest in communities, and promote treatment and healing.
A year ago […]