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Justice, Rights, and Hope for Victims

Scott Peyton | May 26, 2020
Across the country, April 19-25 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. This year’s theme is “Seek Justice | Ensure Victims’ Rights | Inspire Hope.”  Criminal justice advocacy must account…

Governor Wolf’s Reprieve Order is Smart and Timely

John Koufos | May 20, 2020
Social distancing is difficult enough in densely packed urban areas like New York City, which has become the epicenter of the pandemic in the country in no small part…

Re-Entry Ready Louisiana

Scott Peyton | May 7, 2020
HB 77 allows the use of technology—such as video conferencing—and provides flexibility of reporting for those employed.

Pandemic Or Not, Alternatives to In-Person Supervision Contacts Are Good Policy

Scott Peyton | April 23, 2020
During my 10 years as a Louisiana Probation and Parole (PNP) officer, I kept hand sanitizer with me at all times. PNP officers are exposed to a wide array…

Second Chance Small Businesses Deserve Another Chance

Marc Levin | April 21, 2020
This post originally appeared on the Texas Public Policy Foundation website on April 21, 2020. As America prepares to get back to work, will some people be left behind? The…

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…

No, Simply Possessing a Firearm Does Not Make Someone Violent

Scott Peyton | March 30, 2020
The debate across the nation rages concerning gun control. Presidential candidates have gone as far as calling for the seizure of certain weapons, and attacked gun manufacturers, resellers, and…

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…

Louisiana Passed Justice Reforms in 2017, But How Much Is Being Utilized?

Scott Peyton | March 16, 2020
This year we saw the LSU Tigers take home a National Championship. For the first time in many years, maybe decades, the Tigers had an unbelievable defense, offense and…

Businesses Working to Give Kentuckians Second Chances

Aubrey Vaughan Travis | February 26, 2020
There is a promising cultural shift across the business community in Kentucky to hire those needing a second chance after re-entering the workforce. Read more

America and Drug Abuse: Was Richard Nixon On To Something?

Julie Warren | February 21, 2020
President Richard Nixon originated the idea of a “war on drugs” in a 1971 letter to Congress (at least that is the widely accepted view). His declaration of “war”…
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