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    The Criminal Justice Commission's purpose is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of state and local criminal justice systems by providing a centralized and impartial forum for statewide policy development and planning. The commission is charged with developing a long-range public safety plan for Oregon, which includes making recommendations on the capacity and use of state prisons and local jails, implementation of community corrections programs and methods to reduce future criminal conduct.
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The Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) invites public safety officials and members of your LPSCC to attend the first annual Justice Reinvestment Summit on April 6th, 2015 at the Salem Convention Center.
The Justice Reinvestment Summit is a one-day conference highlighting outstanding and innovative public safety programs that effectively:
1.  Reduce prison populations and avert future growth;
2.  Reduce recidivism through evidence-based practices and data-driven research;
3.  Increase public safety; and
4.  Increase offender accountability.