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

We're pleased to be part of the Willamette Week Give!Guide for the second year in a row! This means that you can get FREE tasty and fun prizes just for donating $10 or more to PSJ.
Partnership for Safety and Justice is pleased to announce that Anita Rodgers is our new Finance & Operations Director.
Executive Director Andy Ko, in his introductory message to the latest issue of Justice Matters, talks about PSJ's "whole-system" perspective and why, for PSJ, justice matters.
SIGN THE PETITION! Tell Governor Brown that now is not the time to open new prison units and increase the number of people Oregon incarcerates. Keep Oregon at the forefront of reforms and ask her to pledge -- No New Prison Units for Oregon!
PSJ Executive Director Andy Ko joins a panel of esteemed colleagues Tues, Oct 13th, from 7-9 pm, to discuss racism in Oregon's criminal justice system.