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Friday, November 16, 2012

IACJ News and Updates

Welcome to the IACJ eNewsletter...your source for timely information on criminal justice policy and practice in Illinois.

News and Reports

The following is a summary of criminal justice news and reports recently posted on the association's website. Visit www.illinoiscriminaljustice.org for more information and direct links.
  • The Georgetown Center on Policy, Inequality, and Public Policy released a report examining the increase of young girls in the juvenile justice system and proposing recommendations for gender-responsive reforms. 

  • A new report from the John Howard Association of Illinois describes its IYC-Chicago monitoring visit.

  • The Vera Institute of Justice examines recent state efforts to increase public safety by utilizing performance incentive funding. The report highlights Adult Redeploy Illinois.

  • Authors from the Center from American Progress explore the use of social impact bonds in states around the country. The Cook County Board of Commissioners recently passed a resolution creating a committee to examine the potential of social impact bonds to reduce the county's jail population.

  • The Redeploy Illinois' 2011 annual report highlights a 51% reduction in youth incarceration and savings of $40 million since its inception.


Illinois Telepsychiatry Symposium (Two Locations)
March 6, 2013
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Chicago and Springfield Locations

TASC Leadership Awards Luncheon
December 12, 2012
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
The Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago
909 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611

IDOC Summits of Hope
Various dates & Illinois locations
For more information, visit www.summitofhope.org.


If you are not yet a member of IACJ, we'd like to invite you to consider membership in the association. IACJ is structured to support the work of advocates, providers and policy professionals focused on criminal justice work in Illinois. We hope to bring education, understanding and attention to the best practices in reentry and community reintegration.  Benefits of membership include being part of a strong network of your criminal justice peers and experts; the ability to share resources, act collectively, and speak with a common voice to command attention of elected official on policy issues; and a prestigious affiliation with a state-wide association.

Membership is free for a limited time only!  For more information and to join, please visit our Membership page


For more information on criminal justice issues and opportunities, and how you can get involved, visit illinoiscriminaljustice.org

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