Dear SCRA Colleagues and Friends,
**Please excuse cross-postings**
We are pleased to send you the most recent edition (February, 2017) of the THEory into ACTion Outreach Bulletin. These bulletins serve as an avenue through which we can collectively communicate our community practice and stimulate thought and action for all. You can find the most recent edition attached.
This month's bulletin, written by Hannah Feeney and Valerie Anderson, provides a perspective on community-based research with criminal justice. We hope that it will provide points of reflection and inspiration in your own work.
As always, we welcome and appreciate your comments, suggestions, and ideas which help us to strengthen this bulletin. Please continue to support our work by sharing the bulletins with your own colleagues, posting on blogs and social media sites, suggesting new contacts for our distribution list, providing general feedback, and certainly by volunteering to submit a bulletin article in the future.
Please distribute to your various groups and listservs as you see fit. Thank you for your continued support!
Tabitha Underwood, Bill Berkowitz, Olya Glantsman, Suzette Fromm Reed, LB Klein, Amanda McDougall Scott, Miriana Garza, Mary Benton, Marina Khan, Miri Shan, Kayla DeCant, Jennifer Renick, and Hana Shahin
THEory into ACTion Outreach Bulletin Description
The Bulletins, initiated by the SCRA Practice Council and produced monthly, are intended to tell the story of community practice. They are typically short pieces devoted to both the experiences, techniques, and reflections of practice. They might include programs addressing a particular issue, an interview with a practitioner, a new tool or technique available, the role of community psychologists in practice, or any number of topics related to our work with communities. Each Bulletin is reviewed and edited by a group of writers within the field of community practice. Please feel free to contact Tabitha Underwood at
if you are interested in submitting a piece for the Bulletin.
For the Community Psychology Practice Council
Society for Community Research and Action
American Psychological Association, Division 27