DCJ and other public safety partners showed up to Portland PRIDE with enthusiasm and fun.
Department of Community Justice News
DCJ's Domestic Violence Unit donated time and resources to build a perimeter fence at the home of a survivor.
NPC Research and the DCJ Juvenile Services Division published the Multnomah County Juvenile Crime Prevention Data Summary report in April.
DCJ participated in the annual National Crime Victims' Rights Week, focusing on work done throughout the county to honor victims, and those who assist them in their time of need.
A group called Up and Over performed for youth in detention at the Donald E Long Juvenile Justice Complex. They brought with them positive messages of hope and encouragement.
DCJ volunteers and interns recognized at the 2015 Volunteer Award ceremony.
On April 6th, Multnomah County was one of 36 counties to attend the first Justice Reinvestment Summit hosted by Oregon's Criminal Justice Commission.
On Friday March 13, 2015, the 69th Basic Parole and Probation class graduated from the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Academy.
Norwood is a mental health counselor for the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice Juvenile Services Division. He works to help young people and families who have undergone severe trauma.
The Portland Winterhawks Teddy Bear Toss, "Santa", and Rojo, the Therapy Llama, help families celebrate positive change.
Multnomah County Board honors employees at Service Award Ceremony
This year, staff and youth hosted more farmers markets throughout the spring, summer and fall than year’s past -- totaling 15 days of sales.