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Our op-ed in The Oregonian: We all have a shared interest in transforming our justice system

“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.

Lobby Day is happening now. Here’s how you can (virtually) take part.

Couldn’t make it to Salem today? Email your legislators to add your voice!



Today’s a big day for public safety reform advocates: nearly 90 people are gathering in Salem for Lobby Day, representing 21 cities and 45 legislative districts across Oregon!

We know many […]

PRESS RELEASE: Clackamas Judges Halt Law Designed to Stop the Opening of a Second Women’s Prison

February 14, 2018


Talia Gad, Partnership for Safety and Justice talia@safetyandjustice.org, 971-409-5748
Alice Lundell, Oregon Justice Resource Center alundell@ojrc.info, 503-781-1405
Sarah Armstrong, ACLU of Oregon, sarmstrong@aclu-or.org, 503-756-3147

OREGON CITY, Ore. – A special panel of three judges in Clackamas County Circuit Court today struck down Oregon’s Safety and Savings Act, a bipartisan criminal justice reform law passed in 2017. In an unusual move, the special panel of judges consolidated […]

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