Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice is a network of crime survivors joining together to create healing communities and shape public policy.
Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice is building a movement to heal together and promote policies that help the people and communities most harmed by crime and violence.
What started off as a statewide network in California in 2012 has grown into a national network with chapters growing in seven different states, and a membership of more than 10,000 survivors.
Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice California has active chapters in Los Angeles, Stockton, Bay Area, Sacramento, and San Diego.
For more information about Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, go to www.cssj.org