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Randy Petersen on ‘The Lars Larson Show’: Policing Is A “Uniquely Local” Idea

Michael Haugen | January 18, 2017
Randy Petersen, our senior researcher of policing, recently appeared on “The Lars Larson Show” to discuss his latest commentary in The Hill, which pushes back against suggestions that have…

Andrew Speno on Oklahoma’s State of Play: “Being A Better Steward of Our Resources” Is Needed

Michael Haugen | December 7, 2016
In a recent interview, our Oklahoma state director Andrew Speno joined News Radio 1000 KTOK to discuss the state of play surrounding conservative criminal justice reform efforts in the…

Marc Levin Discusses Latest FBI Crime Report, Drug Treatment Programs on “The Bill Martinez Show”

Right on Crime | October 10, 2016
During a recent episode of “The Bill Martinez Show,” Right on Crime policy director Marc Levin spent time discussing details of the FBI’s newly released crime report for 2015,…

Jerry Madden Discusses Texas’ Justice Reform Efforts to ICJC in Melbourne

Right on Crime | September 23, 2016
In this video from the International Criminal Justice Conference in Melbourne, Australia last year, former Texas House Corrections Committee Chairman and Right on Crime senior fellow Jerry Madden shares the…

Author Steven Teles Discusses Genesis of Conservative Justice Reform Efforts on ‘The Federalist Radio Hour’

Michael Haugen | July 12, 2016
In this edition of the ‘The Federalist Radio Hour,’ senior writer Mary Katherine Ham interviews Steven Teles, associate professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University and author of Prison Break:…

Policy Analyst Joe Luppino-Esposito Joins ‘The Scott Adams Show’ to Discuss Criminal Records

Michael Haugen | June 21, 2016
In this interview, policy analyst Joe Luppino-Esposito joins “The Scott Adams Show” to discuss how the current administration is setting various policies regarding the use of criminal records for…

ROC Signatory Norquist Talks Ferguson, Policing

Michael Haugen | December 8, 2015
Last week at the Cato Institute, Americans for Tax Reform President and Right on Crime signatory Grover Norquist gave an address on several concerning aspects of modern American policing…

Marc Levin: Being ‘Right on Crime’ Means ‘Right-Sizing the Prison System’

Michael Haugen | December 3, 2015
Last month, Avni Majithia-Sejpal, senior writer for the Center for Court Innovation, interviewed Right on Crime Policy Director Marc Levin at the ‘Reinvesting in Justice’ conference in Dallas about…

Our Voluminous Laws And The Need For ‘Mens Rea’ Reform

Michael Haugen | December 1, 2015
As Congress has begun to consider various reforms to the federal criminal justice system in the last several months—sentencing and re-entry policies in particular—another element of federal law that…

On Cato Podcast, Cohen Highlights Concerns About Influence of Police Unions

Michael Haugen | November 20, 2015
In yesterday’s Daily Podcast, Caleb Brown of the Cato Institute featured Right on Crime Deputy Director Derek Cohen for a discussion about the influence of police unions, including their…

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson Makes Forceful Case for Conservative Justice Reform

Michael Haugen | November 12, 2015
Last week, Arkansas Governor and Right on Crime signatory emeritus Asa Hutchinson gave the keynote address at the Charles Koch Institute’s “Advancing Justice” summit in New Orleans. As part…

Criminal Justice Reform: ‘The Idea Whose Time Has Come’

Michael Haugen | November 9, 2015
Last week, the Charles Koch Institute hosted a three-day long criminal justice reform summit in New Orleans, titled “Advancing Justice: An Agenda for Human Dignity and Public Safety.” Comprising…
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