The mission of The Justice Journal is to serve our community by improving public safety. In collaboration with the police, other law enforcement agencies, and the judicial system, The Justice Journal will inform the public about important issues of local and national security, and promote a more active involvement. We are committed to helping improve citizens' understanding of what constitutes a real threat and how to respond appropriately.
The goals of The Justice Journal include opening the lines of communication between the public and law enforcement and to alleviate commonplace fears that citizens sometimes experience when dealing with those dedicated to protecting them. In addition, we seek to help the public make informed decisions about the safety and security of their families.
A monthly publication, The Justice Journal explores topics such as identity theft, Internet scams, terrorism, street crimes and other threats to our civil liberties including controversial components of law enforcement. The Justice Journal maintains that public security can be enhanced and improved when citizens and law enforcement agencies work together. The Justice Journal, through intelligent and thoughtful debate, provides an ideal forum that encourages active participation.