Partnership for Safety and Justice advances policy solutions to crime that ensure justice, equity, accountability and healing to create safe and strong communities.
Bottom Line for Portland
In the past five years alone, Partnership for Safety and Justice has helped prevent the opening of two prisons and redirected more than $100 million of savings into addiction treatment, victim services and diversion programs that keep families together.
“Partnership for Safety and Justice raises the voices of crime survivors and people convicted of crime. They are leading the way for policies that promote healing, community safety and equitable justice for all Oregonians.”
—Gary Cobb, community outreach coordinator at Central City Concern