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13th Public Screening and Discussion

Click on link to see poster and information about this film sponsored by Justice Advocates and Partnership for Safety and Justice 13th-poster-jus_22146115_79c025853c9e417dd3fe9a33afcdc0d520ec5c75

Did the Supreme Court Base a Ruling on a Myth?

Thatcher’s juvenile justice reform bill passes unanimously.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jonathan Lockwood  Communications Director 971-645-2140 Thatcher’s juvenile justice reform bill passes unanimously SALEM, Ore.-Today, the Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan juvenile justice reform proposal, Senate Bill 846, chief-sponsored by state Sen. Kim Thatcher, R-Keizer. The bill will put an end to the practice of unnecessarily shackling youth in courtrooms. Thatcher applauded … Continue reading

Group of Senators revive idea of a National Criminal Justice Commission

March 9, 2017 Group of Senators revive idea of a National Criminal Justice Commission Long time readers may recall that, way back in 2009, then-Senator Jim Webb introduced legislation to create a National Criminal Justice Commission.  As reported here by The Crime Report, what was old is now new again, and might this time have … Continue reading

Items of interest

*  Effective March 2, OSCI visiting room days will be changing to better serve our inmates and their visitors. New visiting days for OSCI will be Saturday through Wednesday; closed Thursday and Friday. Visiting hours will be the same. *This past Saturday, visiting was cancelled at South Fork Forest Camp because of inclement weather.  The DOC did not put out … Continue reading

Creating a community behind bars from the Hermiston Herald

Click on this link to read the article involving Two Rivers Correctional Institution.