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This cruel new policy makes it near impossible for kids to see their incarcerated parents by By Dana Bazelon, Vox Unless you are an attorney, it requires a great deal of effort and some organization to visit someone in prison. You have to want it. There are forms to be signed ...
Model Mental Health Care Diversion System Started by Miami Judge by David Reutter Thanks to the efforts of Florida Eleventh Circuit Court Judge Steve Leifman, Miami-Dade County is leading the way in how police and the courts deal with the mentally ill. As PLN has reported over the years, jails ...
Report Finds Charging Criminal Justice Fees Perpetuates Mass Incarceration by Matthew Clarke The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University’s School of Law released a report in May 2015 titled, “Charging Inmates Perpetuates Mass Incarceration.” Mass incarceration refers to the fact that the United States, which has around 5% ...
Continued Need for Prison and Criminal Justice Reforms by Advocates for prisoners’ rights and criminal justice reform have never forgotten the September 1971 uprising at the Attica Correctional Facility in New York, which resulted in the deaths of 33 prisoners and 10 employees. The institutionalized brutality at Attica, which led ...
Publication • January 4, 2017
Correcting Food Policy in Washington Prisons, Prison Voice Washington, 2016 This report describes how the unhealthy food served and sold to people incarcerated in state prisons directly violates the state’s Healthy Nutrition Guidelines and will lead to costly health care expenditures on preventable diseases, in violation of Executive Order 13-06. ...
Crime Survivors Speak - First-Ever National Survey on Victims' Views on Safety and Justice, ASJ, 2016 ALLIANCE FOR SAFETY AND JUSTICE ALLIANCE FOR SAFETY & JUSTICE ALLIANCE FOR SAFETY AND JUSTICE ABOUT ALLIANCE FOR SAFETY AND JUSTICE Alliance for Safety and Justice (ASJ), a project of the Tides Center, is ...
Publication • December 30, 2016
Cell Taught, Self Taught - The Chicano Movement Behind Bars, Chase, 2015 589949 research-article2015 JUHXXX10.1177/0096144215589949Journal of Urban HistoryChase Special Section: Urban America and the Carceral State Cell Taught, Self Taught: The Chicano Movement Behind Bars Urban Chicanos, Rural Prisons, and the Prisoners’ Rights Movement Journal of Urban History 2015, Vol. ...
Confronting Criminal Justice Debt - A Guide for Policy Form, CJPP, 2016 CONFRONTING CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEBT A GUIDE FOR POLICY REFORM September 2016 CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY PROGRAM HARVARD LAW SCHOOL A © Copyright 2016, Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School. All rights reserved. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Confronting Criminal Justice Debt: ...
Publication • December 30, 2016
Considerations in building an individual or system-wide medical care case, Medical issues panel, UCLA Prisoners’ Advocates Conference, September 2016 Considerations in building an individual or system-wide medical care case Medical issues panel, UCLA Prisoners’ Advocates Conference, September 2016 1. Gather facts  prisoners and former prisoners (get people to exhaust ...
Building Bridges - An Act to Reduce Recidivism by Improving Access to Benefits for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities upon Release from Incarceration, Bazelon Center, 2002 Building Bridges An Act to Reduce Recidivism by Improving Access to Benefits for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities upon Release from Incarceration MODEL LAW AND COMMENTARY ...
20 Years of Flawed Criminal Justice Policy, NCCD - Muhammad, 2014 NCCD I Na.tionalCo';lncilon Crime & Delinquency (/) About Us (/about-us)· Get Involved (/get-involved)· Contact Us (/about-us/contact-locations) DONATE NOW (HITPS://APP.ETAPESTRY.COM/HOSTED/NATIONALCOUNCILONCRIMEDE/ONLINEDONATION.HTML) WHAT WE DO (/WHAT-WE-DO) RESEARCH (/RESEARCH) A NALYTICS (/ANALYTICS) ASSESSMENT (/ASSESSMENT) I search NCCD Blog News of Interest (/newsroom/news-of-interest) NCCD ...
A Vision for Black Lives - Policy, Demands for Black Power, Freedom & Justice, M4BL, 2016 P OLIC Y. M 4 BL .ORG Black humanity and dignity requires Black political will and power. Despite constant exploitation and perpetual oppression, Black people have bravely and brilliantly been the driving force pushing ...
A Way Forward - Diverting People with Mental Illness from Inhumane and Expensive Jails into Community-Based Treatment that Works, ACLU & Bazelon, 2014 A WAY FORWARD: Diverting People with Mental Illness from Inhumane and Expensive Jails into Community-Based Treatment that Works TABLE OF CONTENTS I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.......................................................................................................... 1 A. FINDINGS............................................................................................................................ ...
Aiming to Reduce Time-In-Cell, ASCA, 2016 Aiming to Reduce Time-In-Cell: Aiming to Reduce Time-In-Cell Reports from Correctional Systems on the Numbers of Prisoners in Restricted Housing and on the Potential of Policy Changes to Bring About Reforms Association of State Correctional Administrators The Arthur Liman Public Interest Program Yale Law ...
The New Slave Revolt by By Chris Hedges, TruthDig A nationwide prison work stoppage and hunger strike, begun on Sept. 9, the 45th anniversary of the Attica uprising, have seen over 20,000 prisoners in about 30 prisons do what we on the outside should do—refuse to cooperate. “We will not only ...
Attica Prison Guards Who Viciously Beat Prisoner Avoid Jail Time but Lose Jobs by George Williams, now 33, was in his prison cell watching TV as the scene that would lead to his brutal beating unfolded below him. Williams’ ordeal began during mail call in New York’s Attica Correctional Facility. ...
Prominent Texas Capital Defense Attorney Suspended for a Year by David Dow has near-legendary status among death penalty attorneys in Texas. He works pro bono for clients whose lives literally depend on him; he takes their cases after they arrive on death row, often seeking to right the wrongs committed ...
From the Editor by Paul Wright The 2016 elections are only a few weeks old and many people seem surprised that Donald Trump was elected president. What this means for prisoners at this point is a bit early to say, more so when juxtaposed against what might have happened had ...
Indiana Woman Spared Death Penalty and Eventually Released Takes Own Life by Derek Gilna Paula Cooper, convicted for participating in a murder of an elderly grandmother in Indiana in 1984, when she was 15, was sentenced to death before eventually having her sentence  commuted  in 1989 to 60 years in ...
Studies Suggest Parental Incarceration is More Damaging to Children than Death of a Parent by Christopher Zoukis A study published in the September 2014 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior found much higher rates of significant health and behavioral problems among children of incarcerated parents as opposed ...
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