Review of Partnership for Safety and Justice

Page reviewed 2015-04-27



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Top 5 Posts by Partnership for Safety and Justice

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2015-04-09 Safe image.php?d=aqb8ktn8gz9alpto&w=130&h=130&url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.facebook PSJ is thrilled to be working on this bill that "builds on work [th... 144 7 65
2015-04-16 Safe image.php?d=aqbfnrqjztuateub&w=130&h=130& 2019%2fwires%2fonline%2f2015 04 08%2fap%2fimages%2faptopixseattleoutofjail 067eb Seattle's groundbreaking Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)... 95 1 68
2015-04-17 Safe image.php?d=aqbai9d0npxw75ni&w=130&h=130& melanie stetson juvenile court 1350 “Approximately 200,000 American youth are tried and incarcerated as... 50 0 47
2015-04-23 Safe image.php?d=aqdshsvdlyeyawe3&w=130&h=130& prison santiagouceda.widea PSJ continues to work on the passage of HB 3503, a bill that proposes a... 76 3 25
2015-04-02 Safe image.php?d=aqae3gfr3iejp8y8&w=130&h=130& image%2fpublic%2fcaroleportraituseweb Justice reinvestment focuses on a simple idea: “Instead of spending... 49 2 26