Criminal Justice Services News

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  1. County Awarded Grant to Sustain Local Justice System Solutions

    Mecklenburg County Criminal Justice Services was awarded an additional $228,000 in a capstone grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation recognizing seven years of progress toward safely reducing the local jail population while addressing inequities in the justice system.

  2. County’s Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Seeking to Support Organizations that Work with At-Risk Youth

    The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) is now accepting applications for funding of programs that serve at-risk and delinquent youth, or otherwise under the supervision of juvenile court. 

  3. County Holds Youth Resource Fair for Middle and High Schoolers

    The Community Engagement Task Group (CETG) will hold its first Youth Resource Fair on Saturday.

  4. National Addiction Treatment Week Is Oct 16-20

    Addiction is treatable, and recovery is possible. That’s the main message of National Addiction Treatment Week Oct. 16 – 20. 

  5. Criminal Justice Community Engagement Task Group Seeking Applicants

    Mecklenburg County’s Criminal Justice Services Department is seeking applicants for its Criminal Justice Community Engagement Task Group. 

  6. Criminal Justice Services Offers Learning Sessions to the Community

    April is known as Second Chance Month for the justice-involved population

  7. Reentry Means a Second Chance

    The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners proclaimed April as Reentry Month in the County.