This is the latest publication – 2019
In this exclusive bipartisan collection from the Brennan Center, candidates, lawmakers, and activists offer bold ideas on criminal justice reform.
— Read on www.brennancenter.org/publication/ending-mass-incarceration-ideas-todays-leaders
In this remarkable bipartisan collaboration, the country’s most prominent political figures and experts join together to propose ideas to reform our criminal justice system – and end mass incarceration.
— Read on www.brennancenter.org/publication/solutions-american-leaders-speak-out-criminal-justice
George Kelling: A Visionary of Public Order
— Read on www.city-journal.org/george-kelling
George Kelling was celebrated for having helped tame urban crime and blight and his ideas were embraced from Newark, N.J., to Boyle Heights.
— Read on www.latimes.com/local/obituaries/la-me-george-kelling-broken-windows-policing-dead-20190516-story.html
Vera Institute of Justice (Vera) researchers collected year-end 2017 and 2018 prison population data directly from state departments of corrections and the…
— Read on www.vera.org/publications/people-in-prison-in-2018
MORE prison resources can be accessed at the Bureau of Justice Statistics. HERE
This is an interesting resource for studies about lawyers and criminal justice.
Select the links below to access publications on Bail reform and Court fines.
An organization of over 24000 lawyers dedicated to improving the administration of justice and promoting the study of law.
— Read on www.nycbar.org/
Check out 2 interesting publications below:
This is part of the Broken Windows approach to policing.
The second link is allegedly an interview with a NYPD officer.
Better walking, biking, and transit for the five boroughs
— Read on nyc.streetsblog.org/2019/04/24/cops-who-confiscated-bikes-dont-even-know-the-law-they-cited/
The NYPD officer interview can be accessed HERE