National Criminal Justice Month at CEPP
The Latest from CEPP March 2023
In 2009, the U.S. Congress established March as National Criminal Justice Month to promote awareness around the causes and consequences of crime, as well as strategies for preventing and responding to it. CEPP collaborates year-round with local partners to help them analyze their systems, identify where things can be improved, and explore the best solutions for them to advance sustainable and equitable system change.
We work with practitioners, policymakers, and communities to reimagine the justice system—from pretrial to reentry—as one that enhances well-being for all. In the spirit of National Criminal Justice Month, we want to share with you some of our recent work:
- Kicking off the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)-sponsored Community Supervision Resource Center (CSRC) at the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) Winter Training Institute in Philadelphia
- Planning for the next phase of our Advancing Pretrial Policy & Research (APPR) work
- Presenting at the annual Beyond the Bars Conference at Columbia University’s Center for Justice in New York City
As always, we encourage our audience to contact us to learn about how we can support your team.
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