Alban Gerhardt, Oregon Symphoney Artist in Residence, inspires youth and guests alike at Juvenile with his passion for music and people.
Department of Community Justice News
The "Stand Down" is based on the historic concept of a safe retreat for units returning from combat operations.
Oregon educators at a statewide GED Summit on October 25th got tips and inspiration from Londer Learning Center staff and students.
The annual sweep takes place during Domestic Violence Awareness month and brings attention to the problem of domestic violence throughout the country.
Clear skies and a picturesque sunset was the setting at the CROPS Farm in Troutdale as youth, volunteers and organizers for Multnomah County’s Hands of Wonder Garden program hosted their first Dinner
Department of Community Justice add to National Night Out celebrations throughout Portland and Gresham.
This summer, DCJ staff participated in some well established community events.
Londer Learning Center’s open house shares information and inspiration
It’s 2007 and Longoria-Navarro is attending Oregon State University. But she’s not on the OSU campus. She’s at the Oregon State Penitentiary, taking a class where OSU students learn alongside convicts
On Thursday, July 17 the Board of County Commissioners officially proclaimed the week of July 13-19, 2014 as Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week.
DCJ honors twenty volunteers who donated hours of their time to help those we serve.
DCJ welcomes new parole and probation officers.