Oregonians are safe and secure.
> Expand evidence-based criminal justice programs to prevent and solve crimes by investing in community corrections, and local and state law enforcement.
> Maintain current prison capacity to incarcerate violent offenders.
> Enhance victim services, local supervision, and re-entry efforts to reduce victimization, enforce victims’ rights, and lower recidivism.
> Give struggling families better access to the help they need to keep their kids at home and out of the foster care system.
> Expand community-based supervision and support services proven to prevent crime, promote re-entry, and increase self- sufficiency, family stability, and child safety.
> Help vulnerable youth avoid the juvenile justice system.
> Improve adult re-entry and reduce their likelihood to commit future crimes.
> Reduce the impact of drug and alcohol addiction as a catalyst to crime and abuse.
> Reduce racial disparities in prosecutions and incarceration.
> Apply advancements in technology to improve highway safety and get better results for transportation and infrastructure upgrades.
> Improve access to justice so all Oregonians are able to exercise their rights, regardless of race, gender, income, or location.
> Provide judges with data, tools, and discretionary authority for sentencing.
> Improve knowledge and access to consumer protection laws.
> Violent and property crime rates are at or below their current historic low level.
> Recidivism rate for offenders is decreased by 10%.
> The number of children in foster care and the child welfare system is decreased by 17%.
> The number of young people in the juvenile justice system is decreased by 22%.
> The over-representation of people of color in victimization, arrests, and incarceration is reduced by 15%.
> Traffic fatalities are decreased by 25%.
> Corrections spending is reduced to 9% or less of the General Fund.