PSJ In The News

Partnership for Safety and Justice is frequently quoted in the media as an expert resource on a range of criminal justice reform issues. Additionally, letters to the editor and guest columns written by PSJ members are regularly published in Oregon newspapers. Follow the links below to read (and listen to) PSJ in the News:

Headline Date
'Why do women stay?' is the wrong question to ask September 20, 2014
When Justice Fails: Advocating for children tried as adults September 18, 2014
Justice 4 Youth: Group Wants Reform of Oregon's Measure 11 Law September 18, 2014
Justice for Youth: When is “Tough on Crime” Too Tough? September 12, 2014
Strong Women, Strong Families, Strong Oregon August 7, 2014
Dealing with the unthinkable, one day at a time July 4, 2014
Spare the Jail?! May 21, 2014
Multnomah County DA Reverses Policy, Will Now Hold 'Second Look' Hearings for Certain Youth Offenders May 14, 2014
It's Not Just About the White House, Oregon seats up for vote April 23, 2014
Home Safe Home: Why Abuse Often Leads to Homelessness March 27, 2014
Racial equity report card indicates positive trends, work to be done February 25, 2014
Prison agency asks lawmakers for $41 million February 9, 2014
Health Reform Long Overdue for People Leaving Prison January 28, 2014
Oregon's Legislature Grapples with Racial Equity January 15, 2014
Racial equity report card says a third of Oregon lawmakers, all Republicans, need improvement January 15, 2014
Dylan and the DoJ? The times they are a-changin' December 19, 2013
Crime prevention promotes prison savings goal December 5, 2013
Thousands of Oregon inmates to gain health insurance as they exit prison November 25, 2013
It's up to counties to choose well in reshaping public safety systems: Guest opinion October 28, 2013
Report: OR Makes Progress on Juvenile Justice; More to be Done October 24, 2013
Better solutions are on the front end, not the back September 27, 2013
Is it possible that the War on Drugs is ending? September 13, 2013
More People Released from Oregon Prisons Need Substance-Abuse Treatment August 15, 2013
More Funding for Domestic Violence Prevention in Oregon July 10, 2013
Kids deserve better than to be denied a second chance June 21, 2013
Will Gov. Renege on Promise to Young Offenders? June 11, 2013
What will be the Fate of Oregon's Criminal Justice Reform Effort? June 5, 2013
Oregon lawmakers begin hearings on bill to scale back mandatory minimum sentence law June 3, 2013
Why are the district attorneys opposing public safety reform? May 17, 2013
The High Cost of Measure 11 May 5, 2013