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“Public safety is compromised when youth leaving out-of-home placements are not afforded necessary supportive services upon reentering their commun
“The articles in this collection provide a multifaceted look at some of the problems that potentially arise for children when the criminal justice,
“Scholars are beginning to analyze the relative contributions of changes in crime rates, criminal justice policies, economics, and demographics to
“Today, the parents of 1 in every 50 children in the United States are in prison.
While “privatization has enjoyed a steady reemergence in the United States, the companies managing these facilities have faced persistent criticism
“This report chronicles the racial disparity that permeates every stage of the United States criminal justice system, from arrest to trial to sente
This is a great set of charts showing various correctional trends. Charts show: U.S.
"Although the pace of criminal justice reform has accelerated at both the federal and state levels in the past decade, current initiatives have had
"To guide and give greater momentum to recent calls for reform, this report examines a key driving force of criminal justice outcomes: racial perce
"Despite positive trends regarding juvenile interactions with the justice system, racial disparities remain as a persistent problem.
"There are few areas of American society where racial disparities are as profound and as troubling as in the criminal justice system.
"This fact sheet reveals broad variation in nationwide incarceration trends up through 2013.
"A major reduction has taken place in the number of teenagers committed to juvenile facilities in this century.
"Our comparative analysis of U.S. Prison Population Trends 1999-2014 reveals broad variation in nationwide incarceration trends.