Learn more about RRIs and the path of Juveniles from 2010 to 2015.
Department of Community Justice Pages
Multnomah County’s Justice Reinvestment Program (MCJRP) is designed to reduce the use of state prisons for offenders who can safely be supervised in the community.
Learn more about the National Institute of Justice grant project, Disrupting Pathways to Gang Violence
NIJ: Disrupting Pathways to Gang Violence - Advisory Board
NIJ: Disrupting Pathways to Gang Violence - Funder + Related Projects
NIJ: Disrupting Pathways to Gang Violence - Research Team
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See the comprehensive guidebook on best practices to enhance the quality and effectiveness of probation for young adults 15 – 25 years of age.
Project Summary: Disrupting Gang Pathways for Youth of Color
QR (Quick Response) Code for DCJ Client Services Page
What is an RRI? Explore how Multnomah County uses RRIs to inform Community Justice decisions.
Submit a data, research, or project request to the RAP team
Discover more about the research projects undertaken by the RAP team.
Explore each individual's unique story.
Smart Supervision Grant Evaluation
Read the report that evaluates the impact of the Smart Supervision Unit on the young adult participants and their long-term outcomes in the local public safety system.
Learn more about the Treatment Readiness Dorm project
Treatment Readiness Dorm Fact Sheets
Treatment Readiness Dorm Report
Explore the results of a series of focus groups that were held at the start of the grant.
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DCJ is recognized as a national leader in both adult and juvenile community justice.
DCJ program names, locations and contact numbers.
The RAP team routinely uses risk assessment data to describe our populations, evaluate the availability and effectiveness of services, and predict public safety outcomes.