Special Days of Advocacy
JRP JUSTICE DAY
Join us for Justice Day 2022: Moving Forward with Courage
Tuesday, February 2, 2022
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Learn about criminal legal reform in Georgia and how to get involved in movements for change!
Are we in the middle of a crime wave? What does the data actually say? How can we build alternatives to policing and punishment? What’s happening in Georgia’s prisons, and how can we fix it? How can I get involved in efforts for criminal legal reform where I live?
NOTE: If you are in the Middle Georgia area, please choose the Macon breakout room, which is being hosted by Bibb Mount Zion.
STPP ADVOCACY DAY
Join us for STPP Advocacy Day:
From Lockers to Lockdown
Thursday, March 3, 2022
9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
This is an opportunity to learn about the school to prison pipeline and how it negatively affects our children's ability to receive a quality education and break the cycle of justice system involvement.
You will hear updates on legislation impacting the STPP work in Georgia; receive grassroots advocacy training; and participate in a real-time call to action.
Join us! Together, we can secure the education pipeline for children most impacted by the school to prison pipeline.
Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Offers Community Resources Database - The database consists of more than 1,200 resources statewide. DJJ will continue to add to the database as new resources become available.
Georgia Department of Community Supervision Offers Reentry Services - Services are delivered through state and local collaboration from the time of [a person's] entry to prison through their successful transition, reintegration, and aftercare in the community.
Georgia Office of Victim Services - Frequently Asked Questions