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, we wish to congratulate you and thank you for your leadership on this crucial issue. Right on Crime was pleased to work with you and a bipartisan coalition of Representatives and Senators to assist in passing this historic reform by informing the public, the media and Capitol Hill as to its similarity to successful me...
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 their caseloads, parole offices enhance their ability to promote attachment to protective factors like employment and housing, reliably reduce recidivism, and correspondingly increase public safety. [pdf-embedder url="http://rightoncrime.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Koufos-Cali-White-Parole-Supervision-Workforce.pd...
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Right on Crime | March 13, 2019
As the Texas Legislature examines bail reform, join us on March 28 for a discussion about how Texas can move to a risk-based system in which pretrial release decisions are based on public safety and respects constitutional rights. Click here to register. ...
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Find out why conservative leaders like Newt Gingrich, Ed Meese, Grover Norquist, Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, Ralph Reed, Ken Cuccinelli, and many others have signed the Right on Crime Statement of Principles.
Learn why criminal justice reform is on the minds of prominent conservatives, elected officials and potential presidential candidates.