This report explains how a private foundation identified and collaborated with a key state agency to improve Pennsylvania's juvenile justice system.
Pennsylvania and MacArthur’s Models for Change: The Story of a Successful Public-Private Partnership
This publication explains how Texas overhauled its juvenile corrections system leading to significant reductions in offenders and costs.
This article describes RECLAIM Ohio, a partnership between local and state agencies that reduces costs associated with justice-involved juveniles.
This report documents knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding innovation U.S. criminal justice leaders.
This report shows how a variety of strategies designed to reduce the inmate population and costs without compromising public safety.
This issue brief provides an excellent look at issues surrounding correctional expenditures and cost-cutting reforms at the state level.
Lessons from the States: Reducing Recidivism and Curbing Corrections Costs Through Justice Reinvestment
Strategies tested in numerous states and local jurisdictions, however, show that there are effective ways to address the challenge of containing rising corrections costs while also increasing public safety.
This article examines the major considerations to be taken when performing a cost-benefit analysis (CBA).
This brief summarizes the efforts of states involved in the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI), a program designed to identify and implement cost-efficient, evidence-based criminal justice reforms.
This practice guide will stress that efforts to safely reduce the inappropriate detention of low-risk girls must be rooted in JDAI’s [Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative’s eight] core strategies, but with an added intentional focus on applying those core strategies to girls’ unique needs and circumstances.