Measures for Justice is changing the future of criminal justice by developing solutions that help communities, including the institutions that serve them, reshape how the criminal justice system works.
We do this to:
- show people what criminal justice looks like nationwide;
- help standardize and improve criminal justice data nationwide;
- ensure people can use the data to best effect.
Bottom line: The only way our criminal justice system can improve is by monitoring its performance, isolating what works and what doesn’t, and developing interventions based on fact. For all this work, data are critical.
- 2021 Annual ReportLooking back on what we've accomplished and where we are today.
- Our StoryMFJ was founded in 2011 with a pilot program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- Our Core ValuesNonpartisanship. Transparency. Rigor. Accountability. Collaboration.
- Board of DirectorsThe Board is responsible for devising policies and procedures that support best practices for MFJ.
- StaffCheck out our crack team of data engineers, criminologists, product designers, and community connectors.
- CouncilsMFJ has convened experts nationwide to serve on multiple councils including ones on data, policing, and methods and measurement.
- SupportersWe can’t do this work without the generous support of our backers.
- Program Partners & ContributorsWe are lucky to have been able to work with so many people and organizations to advance our mission.
- JobsJoin us for a unique opportunity to use your skills to help real people by making accurate criminal justice data available to spur reform.
- FAQsAnswers to frequently asked questions about our mission, data collection process, and methodology.
- ContactHave a question or comment? Please send us a note and tell us your thoughts.
- NewsletterSign up for the Measures for Justice Newsletter to keep track of our progress.
- EventsFind out where you can find MFJ on the road and online.
- Open Source ProjectsUse or collaborate with us on our open source projects.
- Ways you can helpThere are so many ways to get involved with making accurate criminal justice data available to spur reform.