Special Days of Advocacy


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.

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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.

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Advocacy Information

How a bill becomes a law in Georgia:

Find you state legislators:
How to find your state legislators

Community Resources

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