The Public Safety Performance Project conducts and publishes groundbreaking research that sheds light on key criminal and juvenile corrections trends and highlights policies and practices that demonstrate better outcomes at less cost.
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Judges sit at a critical juncture in the juvenile justice system, determining the most appropriate sanctions and services for young offenders. However, judges often lack viable options to hold these offenders accountable and ensure they receive the interventions they need to get back on track with their families, schools, and communities. Read More
On November 17-19, 2014, policy makers, experts, and other key decision makers from more than 30 states will meet to discuss the past, present, and future of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI). Participants will reflect on state policy reforms, wrestle with obstacles to implementation and sustainability, and discuss how to create lasting change in the criminal and juvenile justice systems. Read More