DCJ's Deputy Director is retiring after 22 years of service in community corrections and addictions treatment.
Department of Community Justice News
On December 10th, nine Parole and Probation Officers (PPOs) were sworn in by the Honorable Nan Waller in Multnomah County’s board room.
DCJ employees celebrated years of service milestones in the County's annual ceremony.
DCJ client artwork is being featured in an art exhibit at the Mead building. Entitled "Transformations," the exhibit honors the work clients do to move through the stages of change.
Christina McMahon and Sang Dao participated in the Shireman lecture series to discuss equity in the juvenile justice system.
The Annual National Family Violence Apprehension Detail is a coordinated effort to serve outstanding warrants related to family crimes.
DCJ staff connected with veterans at the East County Veterans Stand Down, an annual event connecting veterans with service providers.
The annual Fresh Start Farm to Table Dinner celebrates the success, hard work, and progress of young people involved in juvenile justice programs and services.
The county's Department of Community Justice participates in First Thursday on August 6 with its first ever artists reception at the Mead Building.
DCJ staff participated in National Night Out events across the county the week of August 3 - 8 to display their dedication to safer, more connected communities
The international Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week for the American Parole and Probation Association kicks off this week, celebrating all professionals in the fields.
The Hands of Wonder Farmer’s Market returns to the Multnomah Building and the Juvenile Justice Complex for its third year.