New York City’s incarceration rate fell by more than 50 percent over the last two decades, even as the national incarceration rate rose, a new study reports.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
A growing number of jurisdictions are banning preliminary questions about job applicants’ criminal records. But advocates suggest a policy that goes a step further: to seal nonviolent, low-level criminal offenses that are more than ten years old, effectively blocking employers…
By Stephen Fee
The documentary profiles the path of four people caught up in the cycle of Kentucky's criminal justice system. The four come from Beecher Terrace, a housing project in the west end of Louisville where one out of every six…
By Murrey Jacobson
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