USA Today-Wisconsin affiliates reported last week the number of inmates at the state’s two juvenile prisons have declined in the last two years. The prisons, Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, have be...
Since 2004, Men’s Wearhouse, the national men’s clothing chain, has held their National Suit Drive all across the United States. As their website states, the program is to “assist at-risk men an...
This article by Greg Glod originally appeared in Houston Chronicle on July 12, 2017. Many bills did not make it across the finish line in the regular legislative session, but two criminal jus...
Excessive costs associated with prison upkeep in Ohio has forced opposing political parties to agree an alternative to ‘more prisons’ is needed.
Too many formerly incarcerated individuals are getting held back from bettering their lives due to arbitrary occupational licensing laws.
The assumption that someone can afford an attorney if they can afford bail has led to unjust treatment of pre-trial suspects in Harris County, TX.
Corrections costs are delivering crippling blows to Oklahoma’s state budget.
Texas builds on a decade of successful criminal justice reform by signing up to close four prisons by September 1st.
Bail reform was signed into law in Connecticut to cut back on the number of non-violent, low-level offenders languishing in jail.
In the world of conservative criminal justice reform,the most excitingadvances are taking place at the state level. States are findinginnovative ways to increase public safety while trimming burdensome corrections costs.Every state is different, and thus every state is finding unique solutions. All of the red states on themap, however, have one thing in common: They are seizing the opportunity tocut corrections costs and keep the public safe.