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Despite Push on ‘Ban the Box,’ Nondisclosure Is The Best Option

Right on Crime | November 4, 2015
With increased calls nationwide to reduce barriers for ex-offenders as they re-enter society, much of the conversation has centered on “Ban the Box,” an effort to remove questions on…

“Our Debt to Society: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform”

Right on Crime | October 12, 2015
In remarks to the Heritage Foundation last week, Sen. Mike Lee of Utah made a sweeping moral and practical case for criminal justice reform, on the heels of new legislation…

The Right Prescription for Mental Health in Criminal Justice

Right on Crime | September 18, 2015
On Wednesday, the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Effective Justice hosted a policy primer entitled “The Right Prescription for Mental Health in Criminal Justice,” which discussed the intersection…

Jerry Madden Joins HuffPost Live To Discuss Growing Momentum For Federal Criminal Justice Reform

Right on Crime | July 30, 2015
Yesterday, Right On Crime Senior Fellow Jerry Madden participated in a panel discussion on HuffPost Live, examining recent legislation that seeks to reform a federal criminal justice system that…

Pat Nolan Discusses Drug Rehab Programs, Justice Reform Legislation on “The Jimmy Barrett Show”

Right on Crime | July 20, 2015
Last Friday, Right on Crime Senior Fellow Pat Nolan appeared on “The Jimmy Barrett Show” to discuss various aspects of the criminal justice system across the country, innovative reforms…

Right on Crime’s Marc Levin Testifies About Criminal Justice Reform On Capitol Hill

Michael Haugen | July 15, 2015
Earlier today, Marc Levin, director for the Center of Effective Justice and Right on Crime, was invited by Utah Representative Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight…

Civil Asset Forfeiture: Undue Process and Overdue Reforms

Michael Haugen | June 30, 2015
Last Friday, Right on Crime, in partnership with Americans for Tax Reform, held a policy primer in Washington, D.C. titled “Civil Asset Forfeiture: Undue Process and Overdue Reforms,” discussing various aspects…

CATO Podcast: Institute of Justice’s Arif Panju Discusses Asset Forfeiture in the Lone Star State

Michael Haugen | June 26, 2015
In a new CATO podcast, Arif Panju of the Institute for Justice gets into the state of civil asset forfeiture practices in Texas. In a word, Texas isn’t doing…

On “The Steve Deace Show,” Senior Policy Analyst Derek Cohen Discusses Right On Crime Initiative

Right on Crime | June 15, 2015
On Friday last week, Right on Crime senior policy analyst Derek Cohen joined guest host Rebecca Maxwell on “The Steve Deace Show” to discuss conservative criminal justice reform. Topics…

ROC’s Senior Policy Analyst Derek Cohen Talks Conservative Justice Reform On “The Bill Meyer Show”

Right on Crime | June 12, 2015
Last week, Right on Crime senior policy analyst Derek Cohen joined “The Bill Meyer Show” on Oregon’s AM-1440 KMED, to discuss the Right on Crime campaign, in particular the…

Stakeholders Discuss Major Georgia Justice Reforms

Right on Crime | April 14, 2015
In past years Georgia has seen the same increase in crime and incarceration as the rest of the nation. “Tough on Crime” legislation led to steeply increased prison populations.…

Prison Reform on the Steve Deace Show

Right on Crime | January 11, 2015
Steve and Vikrant Reddy, of the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, discuss why conservative prison reform is necessary on the December 11, 2014 podcast of…
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