Skip to main content

All news

« Previous | 26–50 of 316 items | Next »

OJJDP Administrator Bob Listenbee to Address Congressional Staff for First Time

Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Administrator Bob Listenbee for the first time since his installation will address congressional members on juvenile justice issues during “States Innovations in Juvenile Justice: Investing in Better Outcomes for Our Communities,” a congressional briefing hosted by Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) at the Washington Capitol Visitors Center Tuesday, July 30, 2013 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

RSVP Required: Listenbee Addresses Congressional Staff on Juvenile Justice

Tuesday's briefing is a first step in educating key staff on juvenile justice reform and the strides states are making and have made across the country over the last several years.

Justice Policy Institute Releases “Incarceration Generation” in Baltimore at Open Society Institute July 10

Justice Policy Institute Releases “Incarceration Generation” in Baltimore at Open Society Institute July 10

Justice Policy Institute Releases “Incarceration Generation” at Busboys and Poets July 9

"Incarceration Generation" details the generational scourge of the criminal justice system on children, families and taxpayers that has made the U.S. a world leader in the rate at which we incarcerate our citizens. The book is currently on tour throughout the U.S.

Justice Policy Institute Releases “Incarceration Generation”

Coffee-table Book with Foreword by New York Times Bestseller Michelle Alexander Details 40 Years of Incarceration, Influences, and Impacts of Overincarceration

Justice Policy Institute Brings on Marc Schindler, Nationally Known Juvenile Justice Advocate and Reformer, as Executive Director

The Justice Policy Institute (JPI) announced today that Marc Schindler has been named Executive Director of the national criminal and juvenile justice reform organization based in Washington, D.C. Schindler will start with JPI in August.

JPI Publishes Incarceration Generation Book; Booksignings Scheduled Across the Country

The Justice Policy Institute is proud to unveil "Incarceration Generation," a coffee-table book of essays detailing the rise of mass incarceration over the last 40 years.

Virginia Faith Leaders to Rally at State Capitol to Call on Gov. McDonnell to Deliver on Commitment to Automatic Voting Rights Restoration

Virginia Faith Leaders to Rally at Richond, VA State Capitol, Call on Gov. McDonnell to Deliver on Commitment to Automatic Voting Rights Restoration

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Justice

Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats, the nation's first and only vintage mobile eatery offering the finest proprietary frozen custard and Mom approved gourmet Goodies, is partnering with the Justice Policy Institute
to bring ice cream for justice to downtown Washington, D.C. Tuesday, May 28, 2013 from 11am to 3pm.

JPI Daily News Digest 5/13/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for May 13, 2013

JPI Daily News Digest 5/8/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for May 8, 2013

JPI Daily News Digest 5/7/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for May 7, 2013

Baltimore City Child Support Forum

How do we create a child support system that considers the financial limitations and personal needs of Baltimore City parents who are formerly or currently incarcerated?

JPI Spring 2013 Newsletter: First Quarter Successes, Transitions

In this issue:

Peter Leone, Ph.D., Acting Director

New Year, New Research

JPI at Forefront of School Police Debate

Stanford University Students Spend Spring Break with JPI

Maryland Gains, Child Support Forum

Mistakes Kids Make: Join the Campaign

Incarceration Generation: Author Spotlight

Peter Leone, Ph.D., Acting Director

New Year, New Research

JPI at Forefront of School Police Debate

Stanford University Students Spend Spring Break with JPI

Maryland Gains, Child Support Forum

Mistakes Kids Make: Join the Campaign

Incarceration Generation: Author Spotlight

JPI Daily News Digest 4/25/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for April 25, 2013

JJIE Launches New Juvenile Justice Hub, Explores Mental Health

Follow pathways from the stories to a new comprehensive Juvenile Justice Resource Hub developed in partnership with the National Juvenile Justice Network and the MacArthur Foundation.

JPI Daily News Digest 4/23/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for April 23, 2013

JPI Daily News Digest 4/22/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for April 22, 2013

JPI Daily News Digest (4/19/2013)

Criminal Justice News of the Day for April 19, 2013

Tuesday April 16: PBS to Air "The Central Park Five" Giving Light to Racial Disparity in U.S. Criminal Justice System

Tune in to PBS Tuesday at 9:00 pm EST to watch  "The Central Park Five," a new film from award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns, tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park in 1989. The film chronicles the Central Park Jogger case, for the first time from the perspective of these five teenagers whose lives were upended by this miscarriage of justice.

Keeping Families Together Leads to Fewer Kids in the Prison Pipeline

Youth in D.C.’s child welfare system can be better served if D.C. policy makers prioritize the needs of its vulnerable children and their families by investing in the mental health and employment programs, and education systems that support them.

JPI Daily News Digest for 3/4/13

Criminal Justice News of the Day for March 4, 2013.

Better Care for Young Offenders

It took four years. But the Obama administration has finally filled an important post at the Justice Department’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, which oversees juvenile justice policy and distributes federal grants to encourage reform at the state and local levels.

Five States Dramatically Reduce the Number of Youth in Juvenile Detention Centers

New Reports: Five States Dramatically Reduce the Number of Youth in Juvenile Detention Centers
Serving as a national model, CT, MN, TN, AZ and LA slashed the number of young people in confinement by half, while preserving public safety and improving youth outcomes

JPI Daily News Digest 2/21/2013

Criminal Justice News of the Day for February 21, 2013

« Previous | 26–50 of 316 items | Next »

Stay Connected
   

Stay up to date with our newsletter