The Brennan Center has compiled policy and advocacy responses detailing how different levels of the criminal justice system are responding to this public health crisis. This includes ways in which law enforcement, prosecutors, criminal courts, corrections agencies, and immigration agencies can better safeguard their communities and the broader public during this pandemic. We have also highlighted some agencies and government leaders who are reimagining their practices during this pandemic. We hope this compendium of recommendations will encourage more jurisdictions and agencies to take the steps necessary to dramatically reduce the incarcerated population and, hopefully, mitigate the worst consequences of this developing crisis.
- Reducing Jail and Prison Populations During the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Immigration Detention and Covid-19
- Police Responses to Covid-19
- Prosecutors Responses to Covid-19
- Easing the Burden of Fees and Fines During Covid-19
Every day, agencies are articulating new practices and policies to better protect their communities during this crisis. We will update this resource page regularly.
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