Building New Constituencies to Win Safety for All

Alliance for Safety and Justice (ASJ) is a multi-state organization that aims to replace over-incarceration with more effective public safety solutions rooted in crime prevention, community health, rehabilitation and support for crime victims. Focused on the largest states in the country, we partner with state leaders and advocates to achieve safety and justice reforms through advocacy, organizing, coalition building, research and communications.

Our History

Launched in 2016, ASJ is currently engaged in eight states (Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Texas, Arizona, Pennsylvania and our flagship in California-Californians for Safety and Justice). We are justice data and policy experts, grassroots organizers, attorneys and campaigners – we combine research and smart policy proposals with lobbying, constituency building and alliances to win changes in state laws.
ASJ is the sister organization of Californians for Safety and Justice, also a project of Tides Center and Alliance for Safety and Justice Action Fund, a 501(c)4 project of The Advocacy Fund.

Job Openings


TimeDone Regional Manager

TimeDone Regional Manager

The TimeDone Regional Manager will support the management of the organization’s national TimeDone campaign to reduce and remove barriers to reintegration for individuals with old records. The person in this role will be the face of regional organizing for the TimeDone program nationally.  In this role, the Regional Manager will work side by side with TimeDone Chapter Development Manager, Organizing Director, State Directors, and other State Advocacy division staff to engage state partners and develop relationships with electeds at the state level, represent ASJ and mobilize people at state capitols, and build our TimeDone chapter and member base for each state that TimeDone is operating in. The states that this position will focus on are: OH, TX, PA, MI - with plans to expand to IL and AZ in 2024. This position requires deep experience in and knowledge of advocacy work, including but not limited to: organizing, policy, communications, government relations, strategy, and civic engagement in order to effectively represent the TimeDone program within the regional and national landscape, and to successfully form relationships with key stakeholders.