How It Works: Creative Justice

4Culture, the cultural services agency for King County, launched the first session of the pilot program earlier this year in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood after months of careful coordination with staff from the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and King County Superior Court. A second session just finished in Rainier Valley, and two more will follow this summer and fall in Burien and the Central District.Continue reading How It Works: Creative Justice

King County, community leaders and youth to identify ways to end racial disparity in juvenile justice system

King County Executive Dow Constantine today joined Superior Court Presiding Judge Susan Craighead and members of the King County Council to announce members of a steering committee charged with recommending solutions to a growing racial disparity in the regional juvenile justice system. It is the largest and most diverse group King County has ever assembled to act on juvenile justice issues.Continue reading King County, community leaders and youth to identify ways to end racial disparity in juvenile justice system