Right on Crime | February 13, 2018
This article by Right on Crime Signatories Ken Blackwell and Ken Cuccinelli originally appeared in the Washington Examiner, February 12th, 2018. Throughout the last election cycle, there came fevered predictions from many commentators on the Left that, given candidate Donald Trump’s frank messaging about returning to "law and order" and confronting violent crime in American cities, criminal justice reform efforts were officially dead in the water. Criminal justice reform appears “bleak in the age of ...
Right on Crime | February 8, 2018
Right on Crime | February 6, 2018
Jerry Madden | February 6, 2018
Elain Ellerbe | January 17, 2018
In an article published in the Times Picayune, the newspaper reported on the decision of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff to stop all forms of face-to-face visits for offenders and their families in favor of using video calls which began October, 2017. Citing a cost savings by utilizing less personnel and spending fewer tax payer dollars Sheriff Lopinto states, “This system gives (inmates) a lot more time with their family, and it also frees up assets for the taxpayers of Jefferson Parish.” Unfortunately ...
Right on Crime | January 18, 2018
You’re invited to join the Right on Crime team at the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s 16th Annual Policy Orientation, which draws hundreds of legislators, legislative staff, and activists to hear the insight of expert scholars and opinion leaders. The event explores all sides of issues facing the Texas Legislature. Designed with state policymakers in mind, these panel discussions offer an exclusive forum for discussing new ideas and solutions to the state’s most pressing issues. The Center for Effec...
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