COVID-19 Assistance for the Justice Community
The ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic requires policymakers and criminal justice practitioners to rapidly adapt their day-to-day operations to the situation at hand. While the pace and scale of the crisis can be overwhelming, the CSG Justice Center is committed more than ever to supporting its members—state and local officials working in all three branches of government in criminal and juvenile justice, behavioral health, housing, and labor.
In partnership with Tennessee state leaders, the CSG Justice Center is working on several key criminal justice initiatives to increase public safety, including Stepping Up.
We break down how governors across the country talked about criminal justice…Read More
These speeches come against a backdrop of national criminal justice reform. In…Read More
The CSG Justice Center has released an updated version of the 50-State…Read More
Bettie Kirkland, the executive director of Project Return in Nashville, joins For…Read More
While many approaches were touted, governors urged the use of research-based strategies…Read More
“Stepping Up was born out of conversations with community leaders, law enforcement officials, and behavioral health specialists, who…Read More
San Luis Obispo, California was awarded a Justice and Mental Health Collaboration (JMHCP) grant from the U.S.Read More
“Stepping Up was born out of conversations with community leaders, law enforcement officials, and behavioral health specialists, who told us that the number of people with mental illnesses coming into their jails was a top challenge for them,” said Megan Quattlebaum, director of the CSG Justice Center.Read More
San Luis Obispo, California was awarded a Justice and Mental Health…Read More