Our Work During Coronavirus: How we’re advocating for health and safety during the pandemic.

THE CORONAVIRUS AND OUR COMMUNITY.

The threat of the coronavirus means that we’re supposed to be physically distant from each other, but it’s also important to us to be connected with our community.

You have always been the best guide for our work, and we want to know from you: How can we most meaningfully advocate for the needs, health, and safety of crime survivors and justice-involved people during the pandemic?

How are you?

What have you experienced as you navigate community-based services, supervision, and incarceration? During the pandemic, how have you felt supported or unsupported as you seek health and safety in the public safety, courts, and criminal justice systems?

All details and information will be kept completely anonymous, even if you include your name or other identifying information.

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