Announcing the release of "Bridging the Divide: A new paradigm for addressing safety, crime and victimization," a report which highlights the importance of reforming our public safety system for both victims of crime and people accused of and convicted of crime, produced by PSJ and national allies.
Partnership for Safety and Justice has taken positions on two ballot measures that Oregon voters will be decide on November 4, 2014, and offer some resources for information about all of the measures on the 2014 General Election Ballot.
If you are a savvy social media user and you're interested in working for justice, this may be the intership for you. Work with PSJ staff to increase PSJ's social media presence and internet activism by PSJ's members.
No one should go to jail for marijuana. Too many people have been punished, and too many of them have been youth and people of color. Too many tax dollars have been wasted without increasing public safety.
Over 300 people attended our Justice for Youth event last Saturday to call for an end to the prosecution and incarceration of youth as adults. Our purpose was to raise awareness of the social and personal harm caused by policies that allow young people to be punished as adults.