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Brett Tolman: Conservatives Ought to ‘Raise Our Voices’ To Fix Broken Aspects of Criminal Justice System

Right on Crime | October 30, 2020
Right on Crime’s Director of Prosecutorial Innovation and former U.S. Attorney, Brett Tolman, joined “A Neighbor’s Choice” podcast—co-hosted by our Florida state director Chelsea Murphy, along with David Gornoski—to…

LISTEN: Alice Marie Johnson Talks Being Pardoned by President Trump on ‘A Neighbor’s Choice’ Podcast

Right on Crime | October 28, 2020
TPPF and Right on Crime senior fellow Alice Marie Johnson, a criminal justice reform advocate and former federal prisoner, calls in to the “A Neighbor’s Choice” podcast to recount…

Right on Crime Encouraged by President Trump’s First Step on Police Reform

Right on Crime | June 17, 2020
President Trump signed an executive order on safe policing, which seeks to address hot-button issues in police practice.

Rethinking Community Supervision: Moving from a Referee to Coach Model

Right on Crime | April 6, 2020
In this video discussion, Right on Crime’s Marc Levin talked with Brian Lovins, one of the nation’s foremost pioneers in community supervision to explore how innovative strategies can result…

AUDIO: Discussion on Solitary Confinement with Former Colorado Corrections Director Rick Raemisch

Right on Crime | March 17, 2020
Marc Levin, V.P. of Criminal Justice at TPPF/Right on Crime, was joined by former Colorado Department of Corrections Director Rick Raemisch to talk about strategies for addressing solitary confinement…

A Coalition Letter of Support for ‘Meaningful Sentencing and Prison Reforms’ in Florida

Right on Crime | February 11, 2020
In a new letter to Florida lawmakers, a broad coalition of conservative organizations encourage the House of Representatives to improve Florida’s sentencing laws, including restoring judicial discretion in drug…

INTERVIEW: TPPF’s Alice Marie Johnson Talks Being Released From Prison, Criminal Justice Reform With Sean Hannity

Right on Crime | February 5, 2020
The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s new senior fellow Alice Marie Johnson joins Sean Hannity’s program to discuss mentoring other inmates while in prison and being released after receiving clemency…

A Window Into Solitary Confinement and Its Many Alternatives

Right on Crime | January 28, 2020
Solitary confinement for brief periods is occasionally necessary to protect the safety of both people who are incarcerated and the staff responsible for them. However, absent appropriate limitations, it…

Too Young to Succeed? Emerging Community Supervision Strategies for Emerging Adults

Right on Crime | January 6, 2020
Transitioning from being a youth typically living with a parent to establishing self- sufficiency as a mature adult is a challenging period, and how a person handles that transition…

Modernizing Parole Supervision to Enhance Workforce Outcomes

Right on Crime | December 23, 2019
Parole offices can play the role of the coordinating body for workforce development to improve public safety and employment outcomes. By improving access to tangible resources and services for…

First Step Act: One Year Later

Right on Crime | December 21, 2019
President Donald J. Trump The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20050 Dear Mr. President: On the one-year anniversary of the signing of the First Step Act,…
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