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Let's convince policymakers it's time for juvenile justice reform. Help spread the word about the high cost of youth incarceration in West Virginia! Learn more.

'The Right Investment' Social Media Gallery"The Right Investment" Social Media Gallery

Announcements—Help spread the word about our new report and convince Maryland's elected leaders to start making the #RightInvestment!

Jails: Time to Wake Up to Mass Incarceration in Your NeighborhoodJails: Time to Wake Up to Mass Incarceration in Your Neighborhood

JPI in the News, Criminal Justice News—Jails admit nearly 12 million people every year. Yet they are largely off the radar of critics of mass incarceration. However, as a new report by Vera Institute and actions by activists around the… Continue

The Cost Of Crime And Incarceration In One Baltimore NeighborhoodThe Cost Of Crime And Incarceration In One Baltimore Neighborhood

JPI in the News, Criminal Justice News—A new report says that, as of 2010, 458 people from Baltimore's Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood or neighboring Harlem Park were in a Maryland prison, the largest number of any census tract in the… Continue

Connecticut Governor Malloy’s personnel shift from judicial to DCF draws fireConnecticut Governor Malloy’s personnel shift from judicial to DCF draws fire

JPI in the News, Criminal Justice News—Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has gotten positive feedback on his proposed Second Chance Society that would integrate non-violent offenders back into their communities through parole and drug reforms, job… Continue

The most imprisoned communities in Maryland are right next to Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Medical CampusThe most imprisoned communities in Maryland are right next to Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Medical Campus

JPI in the News, Criminal Justice News—Thanks to a new data-crunching report about incarceration in Maryland, Marylanders can now know they spend $288 million each year to imprison about 7,800 people from Baltimore City.

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