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This report presents national and state-by-state overviews of the nearly 30,000 state and federal consequences of conviction that directly block peopl...
Counties and local workforce development boards (WDBs) cooperate to provide workforce training services and assistance to residents, including adults ...
This report is the result of a gathering of 20 local leaders from across the country who came together to form the National League of Cities Housing T...
This report from CLASP highlights the strong connections between education, jobs, and criminal justice. Reconnecting Justice emphasizes the full scope...
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Misplaced Priorities tracks the steady shift of state funds away from education and toward the criminal justice system. Researchers have found that ov...
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The United States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world, with some 7.2 million Americans under correctional supervision. During 2013, leg...
This publication from the National Institute of Justice provides an overview of reentry literature, reentry outcomes, and the initiatives that may wor...
By The Council of State Governments Justice Center Staff Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com A growing body...
This report from ICF International discusses the impact of wrongful convictions for victims of crimes. A wrongful conviction is defined as a case in w...
Mass incarceration disproportionately impacts lower-income communities, communities of color, and persons with disabilities, creating a barrier to ach...