When people are targeted or denied the opportunity to thrive, our communities are less safe. That’s why we’re taking a stand on three ballot measures facing Oregon voters this November. Our staff and board urge you to join us in promoting safety and justice:
“At Partnership for Safety and Justice, one of our core beliefs is that crime victims and people who have committed crimes have a shared interest in transformation of the criminal justice system.”
Read more about our vision and pathway toward a public safety system that better serves survivors, the people who’ve caused harm, and the families and communities of both in the following op-ed published in The Oregonian.