The Public Safety Performance Project works with states to advance data-driven, fiscally sound policies and practices in the criminal and juvenile justice systems.
Explore news about the work our project is doing as well as media coverage about the issue of public safety.
The new law will strengthen supervision and services; expand use of proven practices to reduce recidivism. Read More
More than 1 in 5 state inmates maxed out their prison terms and were released to their communities without any supervision in 2012, undermining efforts to reduce reoffending rates and improve public safety. Read More
New law is projected to save $266 million over 10 years, and improve public safety Read More