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Global Interest in Justice Center Continues

We’re thankful to everyone who continues to support the Johnson County Justice Center website. The diversity of writings on the Johnson County Justice Center website continues to receive visits from around the world. The innovations and successes are of interest to policy makers, government officials, public interest advocates, corrections officers, and members of law enforcement around […]

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JC Supervisors seek officials’ input

(Source: “JC Supervisors seek officials’ input,” Daily Iowan, 2 October 2013, by Cassidy Riley) Local law-enforcement and government officials are back at the drawing board for a new jail alternative. “The only option that is not an option is doing nothing,” Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Janelle Rettig said. “We have to do something. We are […]

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Local group gauges public opinion on Justice Center

[Source: “Local group gauges public opinion on Justice Center,” Daily Iowan, 26 September 2013, by Emily Friese] The number of local elections that shot down a new justice center stands firmly at 2-0. With a public-interest survey in its second phase, there is a new opportunity to gain insight on the contentious topic. The current […]

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Join Our Team

We’re looking to grow our volunteer-based organization with advisors, content writers, data analysts, artists, journalists, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, and community activists. Experience. If you’ve always wanted to work in one of the above areas, but don’t have the experience, we’ll provide the training and experience. This is a great way to expand your resume. […]

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Justice Center News for August 2013

15 August 2013 An open letter from Greg Johnson Friends, I hope you’ve had a wonderful summer. Those of you who frequent the website and Facebook page know that I took some time off these past two months to work on other projects, including providing assistance to local organizations engaged in justice equity related issues. […]

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