Criminal Justice Information Network Connect Community Organizing to Legislative Change

Check out this insight on how any community group could make big changes in laws within legislation. – Cesar Flores


On a February Saturday afternoon in Monterey, California when most people are usually at home relaxing a group of us from San Jose attended the Criminal Justice Information Networks Legislative Seminar.


As a facilitator for the Albert Cobarrubius Justice Project at Silicon Valley De-Bug and East Valley Pentecostal Church I was one of the people to be invited.


Our organization works closely with anybody who has had entanglements with the criminal justice system, whether it be for themselves or for a loved one. Most people who find themselves in the criminal justice system usually feel alone and lost. We serve as a backbone and a guide for people to find their way around. Continue reading