THE ASSOCIATION FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH (California) A dynamic mix of public servants, practitioners, evaluators, analysts, students, and academics united by a common interest in criminal justice issues. See the interest areas displayed on our Membership Roster to discover our variety!

ACJRCA CONFERENCES
The Association seeks to stimulate discussion of current criminal justice issues. Analysts, academics, and practitioners meet to hear energetic presentations at bi-annual conferences – in the spring in Sacramento and in the fall in Huntington Beach. See Conference Information for the current schedule and a list of recent topics!

MEMBERSHIP
Support communication among those who share your interests, and:
1) Get a discount on bi-annual conference fees.
2) Receive a Newsletter.
3) Have access to the Members Only information on this Web-site!

All this and the networking with and camaraderie of a great group of people with a common interest in criminal justice! Quite a bargain at just $45 per year (students just $15!) Our year runs from July 1 through June 30.

Masthead photos: The State Capitol represents both our members in government agencies and our Spring Conference. The Pyramid at Cal State Long Beach represents our Fall Conference and academic members.








 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Save-the-Date!
 
Fall Conference
October 20-21, 2016
Irvine Wyndham
Check for registration and schedule
in late August!
 
  

                What's New!  

"NNCJCC"
Coaching Program for Data Driven
Criminal Justice Projects.

Click here!

"83nd Semi-Annual Meeting"
successfully concludes.
Conference Notes and Information
Now Avaiable.

Click here!

Notice:
Sonoma County California Releases RFP for the Evaluation of AB 109 Funded Programs

Click here!

***December 2015
News Letter
Click here!

Job Openings

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"Better policing through innovation and science."
Click here.

News:
"The Partnership for Community Excellence"
CAFWD



Check out notices on whats going on in California and articles on criminal justice
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