Recommendations for the Obama Administration

 

The Campaign for Youth Justice and other juvenile justice organizations have developed recommendations for the Obama Administration regarding the juvenile and adult criminal justice system.

 

Campaign For Youth Justice (CFYJ)
National Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention Coalition (NJJDPC)
Act 4 Juvenile Justice Campaign (Act4JJ)


Recommendations from the Campaign For Youth Justice [return to top]

CFYJ Recommendations
A position statement on the impact of the President’s FY 12 budget on juvenile justice programming and recommendations for reform.
CFYJ Recommendations
CFYJ’s recommendations for the Administration regarding reduction in the number of youth transferred to adult court.
CFYJ Letter - July 2011
CFYJ's comments on the preliminary plan for Retrospective Review under Executive Order 13,563
CFYJ Letter - August 2010
CFYJ’s recommendations to the Federal Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice.

CFYJ Comments  - January 2010
Comments from the Campaign submitted to the OJJDP proposed plan


Recommendations from the National Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention Coalition (NJJDPC) [return to top]

NJJDP Position Statement

NJJDP's Top Priorities for the Obama Administration - February 2011

NJJDP Coalition Recommendations - February 2009

A letter from the National Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Coalition to President Obama and Attorney General Holder laying out their recommendations for juvenile justice policy.


Recommendations from the Act 4 Juvenile Justice Campaign [return to top]

Act4JJ Recommendations - February 2009

A letter from the Act4JJ group to incoming Attorney General Eric Holder, providing recommendations regarding the JJDPA and juvenile justice issues.

 

Act4JJ Letter to CJS on funding for the JJDPA - February 2012

A letter from the Act4JJ group to the Ranking Member of the Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Committee on Appropriations asking for adequate funding for juvenile justice and delinquency prevention programs.

 

Act4JJ Press Release on the President's FY13 Budget Proposal - February 2012