Safety and Sentencing

Our Safety and Sentencing program works to develop approaches to public safety that help foster safe communities, are fiscally responsible, and curb the unsustainable growth of Oregon’s prison system. The program promotes safe and sensible sentencing reform (such as use of earned time), diversion programs like drug court, and has a special emphasis on youth justice.

Program Spotlight

It is with profound sadness that we mark the sudden passing of Partnership for Safety and Justice Board Member Adrienne Wilson.
We're so excited to introduce you to our new Development Director, Cleo Tung!
Over the past couple of months, several major newspapers have published editorials about how Justice Reinvestment is working and needs legislative support to continue to be successful, including the Albany Democrat Herald, Medford Mail, Eugene Register-Guard, Statesman Journal and East Oregonian.
We are looking for an intern (unpaid) to help our communications staff. Are you an aspiring journalist who is a social media wizard and also has graphic design experience? Read on...
A diverse group of stakeholders are "United for Justice" in asking legislators to support $53 million for Justice Reinvestment.