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Nebraska recently became the 11th state to pass “Ban the Box,” a law that removes questions about criminal records on state job applications. Enacted ...
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Nearly one in three adults in South Carolina—1.1 million people—have a criminal record. Many of them also have trouble finding a job, not necessarily ...
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By the CSG Justice Center StaffIn 2012, three Michigan-based employers—Butterball Farms, Cascade Engineering, and Grand Rapids Community College—set o...
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By CSG Justice Center StaffFor the more than 70 million adults in the U.S. who have a criminal record, and the more than one million youth who acquire...
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By Carla Sinclair, CSG Justice Center staff With awareness of the need for criminal justice reform on the rise across the country, hearing stories ...
Job applicants with criminal records are much less likely than those without them to obtain legitimate employment. Recent efforts to address this prob...
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By NRRC Staff NICCC Collateral consequences are penalties buried in various laws that can limit or prohibit people convicted of crimes from find...
Many localities have in recent years regulated the use of questions about criminal history in hiring, or “banned the box.” This publication, from AEI,...
The Collateral Consequences Resource Center, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, an...
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The research and practice-based efforts of the Criminal Justice and Employment Initiative (CJEI) at Cornell University's IRL School provides cri...