Partner Organizations

IJAN Local Partnerships

IJAN welcomes opportunities to work with like-minded groups on criminal justice issues of mutual concern. The following are groups with which we have forged productive relationships.

ACLU of Iowa

The ACLU works on a wide range of civil liberties issues, including issues affecting those who are enmeshed in the criminal legal system.

Iowa-Nebraska NAACP

NAACP works on many issues affecting people of color in Iowa, including disproportionate representation of minorities in the legal system.

Interfaith Alliance of Iowa

The Interfaith Alliance provides a progressive religious voice on many issues, including those arising in the criminal legal system.

League of Women Voters of Iowa Criminal Justice Committee

The League’s committee has worked on voting rights for formerly incarcerated persons and on reducing the financial burdens of involvement with the system.

Reform Alliance

A national organization with an Iowa presence that is working on reforming the probation system to make it more fair and to increase the likelihood of positive outcomes for those involved in it.


CURE works on issues directly affecting the well-being of those incarcerated, as well as broader policy issues.

Become a Local IJAN Partner

IJAN is always open to exploring partnerships with like minded Organizations who are passionate  about prison reform and reducing mass incarceration. We share resources, data, legislative updates, policy changes and include your organization in our newsletter, where we highlight our initiatives and progress. We are also available to present at your events. There is no cost. If you’re interested in becoming a member, fill out the form below to get the process started.

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