The “PINS” (Person In Need of Supervision) program is a legal process that introduces a young person to the criminal justice system, and which can cause immediate and long-term harm to young people and their families by increasing the likelihood of detentions and out-of-home placements. We collaborated with CUP and CCFY to design a poster that illuminates the downfalls of the PINS process and empowers families to consider community-based alternatives to PINS for their young people.
Year: 2017 making Policy Public
In Collaboration: Center For Urban Pedagogy (CUP) & Community Connections For Youth (CCFY)
Designed with: Kimberly Lum