Right on Crime discusses criminal justice reform with Microsoft

Right on Crime | October 10, 2018
This blog by Nick Haydon was originally published by the Texas Public Policy Foundation October 10, 2018. On October 5th, The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) and its Right…

A new hypocrisy for the left on criminal justice

Right on Crime | May 4, 2018
This article by Lieutenant Colonel Allen West, former congressman and a current senior fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, was originally published by the National Review May 4th,…

Three Takeaways from Policy Orientation

Katie Greer | February 13, 2018
Texas’ success with criminal justice reform received several hat tips throughout Texas Public Policy Foundation’s 16th Annual Policy Orientation, February 7th – 9th. Right on Crime Signatory and former…

Don’t Mess with Texas on Civil Asset Forfeiture

Katie Greer | November 3, 2017
If you haven’t heard the slogan, “Don’t mess with Texas,” you either live under a rock, or you’ve never met a Texan. While engaging in a conversation on civil…

Announcing New Leadership and Staff Advancements

Katie Greer | October 31, 2017
Austin, TX — The Texas Public Policy Foundation announced the advancement of three staff members who serve as leaders in the Foundation’s Right on Crime campaign. Marc Levin will…

17-Year-Olds in Adult Court: Is There a Better Alternative for Wisconsin’s Youth and Taxpayers?

Shannon Tracy | February 15, 2016
This report considers Wisconsin’s current policy of automatically sentencing 17-year-olds in the adult system and examine whether or not it produces the best outcomes for youth, our communities, and…

TPPF and Marc Levin in Texas Monthly

Right on Crime | May 6, 2013
Check out this great article about Right on Crime principles and policies in Texas. It features Marc Levin and the Texas Public Policy Foundation for their work fighting crime…
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