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During a powerful speech to the NAACP convention on Tuesday, President Obama outlined sweeping reforms to ensure our justice system is more fair and effective.
Shaena Fazal and Jeff Fleischer of Youth Advocate Programs comment on Patrick McCarthy's ideas about closing youth prisons.
JPI's Jason Ziedenberg discusses prisons, community corrections, and rehabilitation and re-integration of formerly incarcerated people.
President Obama’s recent tweets about mass incarceration bring policy discussions to the public.
Unless we deal with the issue of police interactions, the bail system and everything else is just a bunch of bandaids.
Republicans want to make this a debate about safe streets. Perhaps McAuliffe, the self-styled Jobs Governor, can make it about economic opportunity.
Criminal justice reform experts discuss problems with parole in America on the Kojo show.
The National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education, and Families will host its second Municipal Leadership for Juvenile Justice Reform Leadership Academy from September 23-25, 2015 in Minneapolis.
Marc Schindler, JPI's executive director, discusses the realities of being a minor in prison on HuffPost Live.
A Marketplace analysis found the unemployment rate in Sandtown-Winchester is 22 percent.
Amanda Petteruti, Justice Policy Institute's senior research associate, wrote a letter to the editor in response to a Washington Post article entitled “Va. to revisit parole option.”
Columbia has just become the first university in the U.S. to divest from private prison companies.
The Justice Policy Institute is proud to announce its newest board member, Marcus Bullock
JPI responds to this significant event
Rachel Herzing, 2015 Soros Fellow, partners with JPI to explore an unconventional approach to community safety
AN OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO AND THE NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATURE:
John Oliver's latest target is the US bail system that hurts low-income defendants while allowing the wealthy to pay their way to freedom.
Outrage over private prisons are largely a distraction from the wider issues of the prison-industrial complex.
The good news is that more today is known than ever before about what works and doesn't work to address offending and promote safety....
New legislation would give Oklahoma’s judges more discretion in sentencing certain nonviolent offenders.
Silverberg outlines the "instant-gratification society" that we live in today, where we fight the notion to save for future needs and instead work towards...
O’Malley fashions himself as a no-nonsense crime fighter, but his city has not only become a national monument to urban devastation, but it is experiencing one of its worst murder sprees in years.
How did a city where blacks are well-represented among the city government and police erupt in riots not seen since Martin Luther King Jr. was killed?
Within the last year, “mass incarceration” has become a buzzword...
The U.K.'s exceedingly logical approach is in stark contrast to prevailing attitudes in the United States...
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