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  • Jasmine J. Jackson

    Jasmine J. Jackson


    Jasmine Jackson joined the Crime and Justice Institute in February 2017. Jasmine supports CJI's work advancing juvenile justice reform through the Justice Reinvestment Initiative. She has been working in the field of criminal justice as a juvenile justice practitioner for four years. Jasmine has experience working in the areas of court investigation, probation and re-entry at the state level. She enjoys providing volunteer services to delinquent and at-risk youth through mentorship, facilitating pro-social workshops and developing community service events. Jasmine has a zeal for juvenile justice reform and believes recidivism can be reduced by the implementation of evidence-based practices. Jasmine holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Benedict College and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.

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