The Stop Solitary for Kids campaign works to safely reduce and ultimately end the dangerous practice of solitary confinement for kids in juvenile and adult facilities. The campaign is a partnership between four national juvenile justice reform organizations.
PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS IN THE CAMPAIGN
The Center for Children’s Law and Policy (CCLP) is a public interest law and policy organization that reforms juvenile justice and other systems that affect troubled and at-risk children, and protection of the rights of children in those systems. CCLP’s work covers a range of activities including research, writing, public education, media advocacy, training, technical assistance, administrative and legislative advocacy, and litigation.
- Jason Szanyi, Executive Director, email@example.com
- Jennifer Lutz, Attorney & Campaign Manager, Stop Solitary for Kids, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform currently works with jurisdictions nationwide to help them better translate knowledge on “what works” into everyday practice and policy. The Center provides on-and off-site training, networking opportunities, webinars and more to help state and local agencies develop and implement system improvement efforts.
- Michael Umpierre, Director
The Council of Juvenile Justice Administrators (formerly Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators) is a national non-profit organization formed in 1994 to improve local juvenile correctional services, programs and practices so that youth succeed when they return to the community and to provide national leadership and development for the individuals responsible for the systems.
- Michael Dempsey, Executive Director
- Wendi Davis, Deputy Director
Justice Policy Institute is a national nonprofit organization that changes the conversation around justice reform and advances policies that promote well-being and justice for all people and communities. Their research and analyses identify effective programs and policies and they disseminate their findings to the media, policymakers and advocates, and provide training and technical assistance supports to people working for justice reform.
- Paul Ashton, Interim Executive Director
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