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We look back to examine how accurately our analyses have estimated crime trends nationally and locally when compared to FBI data. And, we answer some frequently-asked questions about our work.
Jeannie's story echoes that of a record number of women being held in prisons or on probation across the country. A recent conference shared new initiatives to address their particular challenges.
The Reverse Mass Incarceration Act would help reign in state prison populations while reducing vast racial disparities in the system and ensuring hard-earned public safety gains over the past quarter-century are not lost.
Russia used Facebook ads to try to sway our election. Here's what we can do to stop this from happening again.
When athletes protest during the national anthem, they are acting on behalf of people who can’t speak as loudly.
When a racist juror helps convict a black man, the Court should follow its own precedent and set the verdict aside.
The Justice Department finally recognized that crime is a local issue. But its new plan still gets urban crime wrong.
A promising alternative strategy to reverse mass incarceration seems to have emerged — an approach that’s ripe for bipartisanship.
In his speech to cops last week, Trump made clear he was opposed to police reform.
The Attorney General is determined to revive failed policies from the past.