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CJJ's membership consists of State Advisory Group members, Organizational Members, Individual Members, and Youth Members. If you're interested in learning more about the types of membership in order to join us, click here!
State Advisory Groups
State Advisory Groups (SAGs) were established under the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDPA) and SAG members are appointed by Governors/Chief Executives in each U.S. jurisdiction. They are principally responsible for monitoring and supporting their state's progress in addressing the four core requirements of the JJDPA. SAGs are an invaluable part of CJJ’s coalition. Click here to learn about our SAG Members, pay your membership dues, and find out how SAGs benefit as members of CJJ.
All organizations are welcome to join CJJ as Organizational Members. Organizational Members are organizations concerned with creating optimal delinquency prevention programs, policies, and practices. These can include nonprofits, private companies, foundations, and others organizations. Click here to learn more about how and why your organization should become a CJJ member!
CJJ is a true coalition and proudly represents a diverse body of members including juvenile justice practitioners, service providers, youth, parents, public officials, concerned citizens, and others. Individual Members are an integral part of our coalition. Click here to learn more about how and why you should join CJJ as an individual member!
CJJ proudly represents emerging leaders that are interested in juvenile justice reform. CJJ youth members are vital to our mission. If you under the age of 25, you may join CJJ as a Youth Member for a discounted rate. Click here to learn more about how and why you should join CJJ as a Youth Member!