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Prison Policy Initiative
Thinktank that uses research, advocacy, and organizing to show how over-criminalization harms individuals, our communities, and the national well-being
Prison Policy Initiative
Thinktank that uses research, advocacy, and organizing to show how over-criminalization harms individuals, our communities, and th...
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|Top level heading|
|Mass incarceration, state by state|
|Breaking down mass ıncarceration in the 2010 census:|
|Mass ıncarceration: the whole pie|
|Jails and bail: our research|
|2nd level heading|
|Stay ınformed (2)|
|Youth confinement: the whole pie|
|3rd level heading|
|New report, youth confinement: the whole pie 2019, breaks down where children and teenagers are locked up in the u.s., where, and why at a time when cutting the adult prison population by 50% seems radical to many people, states have already cut the number of confined youth by 60% since 2000.|
|Paying for jail: how county jails extract wealth from new york communities by worth rises and brooklyn community bail fund|
|New report: state-level criminal justice reforms that can win in 2020 we list 24 high-impact policy ideas for state legislators looking to reform their criminal justice systems.|
|Prisons neglect pregnant women in their healthcare policies our 50-state survey finds that in spite of national standards, most states lack important policies on prenatal care and nutrition for pregnant women.|
|Prosecutors and responses to violence by ınstitute for ınnovation in prosecution at john jay college|
|Driving on empty: florida’s counterproductive and costly driver’s license suspension practices by fines & fees justice center|
|Association of punitive and reporting state policies related to substance use in pregnancy with rates of neonatal abstinence syndrome by laura j. faherty, ashley m. kranz, joshua russell-fritch, et al.|
|Trends in correctional control by race and sex by the council on criminal justice|
|Socioeconomic barriers to child contact with ıncarcerated parents by batya y. rubenstein, elisa l. toman, joshua c. cochran|
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