In the Media: Multnomah County's MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge

New York Times Opinion A Former Prisoner, on Alternatives to Incarceration 'I deserved a second chance'

Skanner OPED Decreasing Harm to Communities Impacted by the Criminal Justice System

Bustle What Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like When Black Women's Needs Are Put First

KATU Transition home geared for women of color at risk of re-offending opens in Gresham

KGW Diane Wade House aims to help women of color in criminal justice system

OregonLive She did 3 stints in prison. Now she heads first-of-its kind transitional home for black women in Gresham

Colorlines Q&A: How These Oregon Leaders Are Empowering Black Women in the Criminal Justice System.

OregonLive Opinion: Changing how the criminal justice system responds to people with mental illness

The Portland Observer Op-ed "Creating a Justice System that Works for Everyone" by Erika Preuitt

My Sight Magazine Multnomah County Lands $2 Million Grant From MacArthur Foundation To Reduce Racial Disparities In Jail

The Skanner Safety and Justice Challenge Moves Forward With More Funding

The Portland Observer Justice Reform Effort Grows

Reason More Cities Join Efforts to Steer People Away From Jail

OPB Think Out Loud Multnomah County Gets Money For New Mental Health Shelter

OPB News Multnomah County Wins $2 Million Grant To Reduce Incarceration

MacArthur Press Release MACARTHUR’S SAFETY AND JUSTICE CHALLENGE ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL $11.3 MILLION FOR EIGHT JURISDICTIONS TO ADVANCE LOCAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

OregonLive MacArthur Foundation awards Multnomah County $2 million grant to reduce racial disparities in jail

KATU "Collaboration Rethinks Reliance on Jails, Looks for Other Options"

Multnomah County News 

County continues work on strategies to ensure the right defendants are in jail

Board updated on soon-to-open Diane Wade House, ‘It’s like a rumble of excitement in the Black community’

Pretrial, Probation & Parole Supervision Week #PPPSWeek (2018)

Multnomah County Awarded $2 million by MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge to Advance Local Criminal Justice Reforms

Board briefed on strategies aimed at reducing over-reliance on jail

Statement: Multnomah County continues efforts to reduce over reliance on jail