The Right On Crime Podcast
Conservative conversations, policy, and best practices on criminal justice innovation in America.
Episode 4- NO MORE LOCK & FEED- CREATING A TOTAL PACKAGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM IN MISSISSIPPI
Straight-talking and mincing no words, Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner Burl Cain is determined to change the world of corrections and make Mississippi a model for prisons across the nation.
Episode 3- Building Better Lives to Improve Public Safety, The Correctional Leadership Network
Episode three of The Right On Crime Podcast features The Correctional Leadership Network with dynamic insights from Louisiana Corrections Secretary Jimmy LeBlanc whose decades long career focuses on “building better lives not bigger prisons.” ROC Director Scott Peyton sits down with Secretary LeBlanc to discuss his innovative leadership, achievements, and the implementation of historic criminal justice reforms making a difference in Louisiana.
Episode 2 – Prosecutorial Innovation in America
Right On Crime’s Prosecutorial innovation in America supports prosecutors willing to think outside the normal prosecutorial box with common-sense and data-driven innovations which reduce crime and recidivism but never compromise public safety. A risk-based approach which strengthens the Rule of Law is essential to conservative criminal justice reform.
Host: Kurt Altman, Prosecutorial Innovation Director at Right On Crime
Episode 1 – Correctional Leadership Network
With a peek behind prison walls, correctional experts from Tennessee, South Carolina, and Arkansas share best practices and conservative solutions as they implement the good and bad of criminal justice policy.