The Community Justice Collaborative hosts educational legal clinics to help community members understand the criminal justice system. Additionally, other clinics may be offered to help community members better understand legal issues and rights where discriminatory practices or inequitable access is experienced.
The Community Justice Collaborative is partnering with various organizations to serve as a platform for resources available for those impacted by the criminal legal system.
This may include co-hosting or participating in forums to exchange ideas and views on criminal justice solutions for our region.
CJC also offers Implicit Bias and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training. We also offer Anti-Racism and Human-Centered Design Facilitation, Restorative Reconciliation Consultation and Cultural Competency Training to address racial reconciliation, improve service delivery outcomes or coordinate strategic next steps for organizations.
The Community Justice Collaborative understands the traditional efforts to achieve justice are flawed. We recognize meaningful reform and community-centered solutions will help to restore public trust and address racial disparities and impacts.
CJC supports community action by fostering unique partnerships to assist with education, intervention or civic engagement in hopes of improving public trust and addressing racial disparities and impacts.
Community Partnerships we have supported include:
CJC and Mutal Assistance Network
CJC and A Different Path
McGeorge School of Law and Sacramento NAACP
McGeorge School of Law and Public Health Advocates
McGeorge School of Law and Justice Unites Individuals and Communities Everywhere