Cities & Counties Leadership Network Announces New Members
On August 3, 2022, six jurisdictions were announced as new members of Cities and Counties for Fine & Fee Justice (CCFFJ), a leadership network pursuing innovative local solutions to reform fines and fees.
Santa Fe Approves Ordinance Limiting Debt-Based Driver’s License Suspensions
The Santa Fe City Council unanimously approved a new ordinance Wednesday night that limits the widespread practice of suspending driver’s licenses when residents can’t afford to immediately pay a fine or fee.
New Report: 50-State Survey on Probation & Parole Fees
FFJC and REFORM Alliance publish a new report providing a state-by-state look at the scope of probation and parole supervision fees, programming fees, and consequences for failure-to-pay.
Op-Ed: Policing-for-Profit Undermines Public Safety. This Town Shows A Better Way.
Taxation-by-citation isn’t just bad public safety policy, it’s bad economic policy. In this Route Fifty op-ed, FFJC’s Joanna Weiss and Police Chief James Small, outline how policing-for-profit entrenches poverty and endangers communities.
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