By establishing civilian Offices of Neighborhood Safety, local governments can strengthen community safety and reduce overreliance on police.
How To Reinvest in Communities When Reducing the Scope of Policing
Assessing the State of Police Reform
How To Stop the Rush To Enact New Federal Criminal Penalties
What We Should Expect of the Police: Experts Weigh In On Recent Police Violence
A Call for Effective Emergency Management in Correctional Facilities During COVID-19
As Americans start to rethink the role of policing, city leaders can lay the foundation for a community-driven approach to public safety.
As the movements to end mass incarceration and police violence gain momentum, the U.S. government must overhaul its approach to funding criminal justice reform and public safety.
In Pennsylvania, the good moral character rule blocks thousands of people in prison from getting state financial aid for college, and now is the time to eliminate it.
The next attorney general has a daunting task to rebuild the U.S. Department of Justice; this report contains recommendations from former DOJ officials who served in multiple administrations on how to start that important work.
Postsecondary institutions must take immediate action to help address the issue of police brutality.
This resource guide serves as an update to "News You Can Use: Research Roundup for Re-Entry Advocates," providing new information and links to additional criminal justice reform resources.
State and federal governments have been making huge strides in advancing automatic record-clearance measures, which are needed now more than ever as a global health crisis launches the United States into its second recession in just more than a decade.
It is time to put more constraints on the president’s use of the military at home.
Police reform in the United States cannot take root through a menu-of-options approach that fails to bring about meaningful accountability for departments and officers.
The power of commutations is a ready-made tool to save lives, but officials need to actually use it.
Clemency is a criminal justice reform tool that governors and the president can use to correct unjust sentences.
In addition to granting early release orders, policymakers must reform U.S. reentry systems to ensure that justice-involved people benefit from relief measures and can access vital social support programs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The war on drugs has adversely affected people of color for decades; if enacted, the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act has an opportunity to correct these harms.
Having a criminal record can be a life sentence to poverty, but some states and localities are implementing progressive policies to change that.