Californians for Safety and Justice (CSJ), a program of Alliance for Safety and Justice, works with Californians from all walks of life to replace prison and justice system waste with common sense solutions that create safe neighborhoods. Through policy advocacy, grassroots mobilization, public education, alliances and support for local best practices, we promote strategies to stop the cycle of crime, reduce reliance on incarceration, and build healthy communities.

We are generally supported by a group of philanthropic foundations dedicated to replacing over-incarceration with new safety priorities, including Ford Foundation, Fund for Nonviolence, Open Society Foundations, Public Welfare Foundation, Rosenberg Foundation, The California Endowment, The California Wellness Foundation, The James Irvine Foundation, and The Butler Family Fund.

Tinisch Hollins
Executive Director