Brief Resources

26 resultsUse filters at left to refine your results.
Publication Date
By Mai P. Tran, Program Associate On August 9, the Federal Communications Commission voted to cut the high cost of interstate phone calls made by i...
Publication Date
By Gary C. Mohr, Director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction EDITOR'S NOTE- In late 2010, Ohio’s prisons were 33 percent overc...
Publication Date
More than 30 practitioners, academics, and private-sector leaders from across the country attended the 9th Annual Harry Frank Guggenheim Symposium on ...
Publication Date
This brief from The Pew Charitable Trusts discusses the 2011 Kentucky Public Safety and Offender Accountability Act, which includes a mandatory reentr...
Publication Date
When Sidney Spruill, 39, returned to the community after an uninterrupted 15.5-year stint in an Indiana state prison, he knew he needed a support syst...
Publication Date
Connecticut Governor Dannel P. MalloyAs part of Governor Dannel Malloy’s Second Chance Society reentry initiative, Connecticut has opened a new reent...
Publication Date
By Heather Tubman-Carbone, Policy AnalystThe Smart Supervision grant program aims to improve probation and parole success rates and reduce crime by he...
Publication Date
This publication from the Brennan Center for Justice is a collection of essays on mass incarceration from prominent figures and experts from across th...
Publication Date
By Mai Tran, CSG Justice Center The Topeka Correctional Facility—Kansas’s only female correctional facility—is easing barriers to employment for wo...
Publication Date
By Michael Thompson Director, The Council of State Governments Justice Center Criminologists routinely lament politicians who, responding to headli...