Tickets are now on sale for Justice Served! To learn more or purchase your tickets, click here.
DCJ is hiring a Case Manager for our Community Reentry Services Program. We are accepting applications through September 15, 2016. To learn more and apply, click here.
In Delaware, it costs $52.50 to clear a youth’s record through the expungement process.This fee may be what stands between them and a fresh start, an education, or a job. DCJ believes that no child should be barred from clearing his or her record simply because they are unable to pay the required fee.

Two free legal clinics have been held to date, with more to be announced this fall. Donate $52.50 today to change a young life forever.

Join the Delaware Center for our annual conference—this year addressing the pains of imprisonment in the 21st century. What does a justice system that does no physical or emotional harm to its participants look like, and how do we get there?

To learn more or purchase tickets, click here.

DCJ In the News

the Kitchen and Delaware Center for Justice present:
Remaking “Murdertown”, Season One
Poverty, Punishment, and Possibility

Episode 1 – The Muck

Episode 2 – The Deep End

Episode 3 – Tidal Wave

Episode 4 – Swimming Upstream

Read the News Journal’s coverage of the podcast here.

Senator Bob Marshall recently called for an increased police presence in Delaware’s schools, including adding school resource officers to elementary schools.

Click here to find out why the Delaware Center for Justice, the Office of Defense Services, and the ACLU of Delaware oppose this idea.

For more articles featuring the Delaware Center for Justice, click here.

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