Partnership for Safety & Justice

BIPOC-Led Organization


Partnership for Safety & Justice is transforming society’s response to crime through innovative solutions that ensure accountability, equity, and healing.

Bottom Line for Portland

Over the last few years, we worked with coalition partners to limit unnecessary police stops in Portland and across Oregon, and we prevented or closed four state prisons, saving over half a billion dollars   in spending on punishment and incarceration. Instead, our work has invested $300 million in healing and second chances, including local drug recovery and treatment, crime victims’ healing, community safety programs, and resources that promote racial equity.


“Partnership for Safety & Justice helped me turn the overwhelming grief of my son’s incarceration into active and focused energy aiming at changing Oregon’s laws for the better.”

-Volunteer and advocate

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Partnership for Safety & Justice is led by the people most harmed and least helped by our criminal justice system. We are survivors of violence, people convicted of crime, and the families of both. Together, we advocate for reforms that advance equity and healing for Black, Indigenous, people of color, LGBTQ+ people, women, and other communities disproportionately impacted by violence and mass incarceration.


Any donor who gives $25 or more will receive a $5 gift card to Fifty Licks Ice Cream.

Business Partner(s)

Fifty Licks Ice Cream offers delicious, small-batch handmade ice cream in Portland. We are grateful for their generous support!

$13,745 raised of $15,000 goal
187 donations
92% of Goal


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Year Founded: 1999

Tax ID: 931277774

Partnership for Safety & Justice is in the Civil & Human Rights category which is sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine

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