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Our research is often cited in stories about criminal justice reform and our staff is regularly sought out and quoted for its expertise on crucial issues dealing with fixing our broken criminal and juvenile justice systems. Here you can find a recent articles and blog posts from across the country mentioning our work.

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Watch Wide Angle Youth Media’s video on the Unger Group
Discussing the release of the new short film " The Ungers: A Matter of Time."
14 advocacy groups urge Baltimore Mayor Pugh to end marijuana arrests
JPI was part of a coalition of advocacy groups that sent a letter to the Baltimore Mayor.
A Florida boy was arrested after refusing to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in class
Cites JPI's Education Under Arrest report.
After Parkland, Schools Upped Police Presence. Has it Made Students Safer?
Quotes JPI's Executive Director Marc Schindler.
These Pension Funds Invest Millions in Private Prisons
Cites JPI's Gaming the System report.
Resource officers: Half a year in, adjustment has been smooth
Quotes JPI Executive Director Marc Schindler.
OSI publishes cost-benefit analysis of releasing aging prisoners
Cites JPI's “ The Ungers: Five Years and Counting ” report.
Youth rehabilitation in D.C.: From controversy to progress
Executive Director Marc Schindler discusses reforms to the Youth Rehabilitation Act and services for justice system involved young adults in Washington DC.
Portland students walk out to protest police officers on campus
Cite's Executive Director Marc Schindler on School Resource Officers.
First Step Act is a Good Start
Cites JPI's Director of Research and Policy Ryan King.
Podcast Release: James Featherstone and life after a life sentence
Discusses the Unger ruling and JPI's "The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting" report.
200 elderly lifers got out of prison en masse. Here’s what happened next.
Discusses JPI's "The Ungers, 5 Years and counting" report.
A GOP GOVERNOR HAS A CHANCE TO FIX A BLUE STATE’S DRACONIAN APPROACH TO PAROLING JUVENILE OFFENDERS
Cites JPI's "The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting."
Why more states are giving juvenile offenders a second chance
Quotes Executive Director Marc Schindler.
Ending mass incarceration: lessons from the 'Ungers'
Cites JPI's “The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting” report.
Georgetown Launches Inmate Re-Entry and Education Program
Cites JPI's "A Capitol Concern" report.
Study finds low recidivism, potential savings to releasing older prisoners
Cites JPI's “The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting” report.
Study: Violent criminals get 'Too Old' for crime
Cites JPI's “The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting” report.
Paroling elderly inmates is humane solution to costly mass incarceration
Executive Director Marc Schindler discusses geriatric parole and the landmark court ruling — Unger v. Maryland.
Maryland releases 200 inmates sentenced prior to 1981
Cites JPI's “The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting” report.
Study shows elderly inmates not safety risk despite violent past
Cites JPI's “The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting” report.
Congress should move forward on sentencing reform
Cites JPI's "The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting."
‘Paroling Grandpa’: Study Finds 3% Recidivism Rate Among Elderly Ex-Inmates
Cites and discusses JPI's new report "The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting."
Nonprofit points to Maryland Unger cases as proof oldest prisoners should be set free
Cites and discusses JPI's new report "The Ungers, 5 Years and Counting."
Crime Victims Agree Violent Offenders Should Also Get Community Treatment
JPI staff Ryan King and Jeremy Kittredge discuss our new report "Smart, Safe, Fair: Strategies to Prevent Youth Violence, Heal Victims of Crime, and Reduce Racial Inequity."

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