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From NHPR: UNH Asks: What Is A Criminal?
Policing Reform Essential to Address Mass Incarceration
Equitas Executive Director Vincent Atchity appears on panel – Mental Health: A Crisis in Colorado
Equitas ED quoted in Special Report: Colorado’s jails and prisons house many of the state’s mentally ill
Evaluation of North Carolina’s Pathways from Prison to Postsecondary Education Program (From the RAND Corporation)
Trump hailed Mississippi prison reforms. But the numbers reflect a grim reality.
Does our county really need a bigger jail?
Report: U.S. Incarceration Falls to 20-Year Low
Giving ex-convicts healthcare helps all of us
Los Angeles chooses mental health treatment over jail
Mentally ill homeless people keep going to jail. But a study says L.A. County can fix that
Equitas Executive Director Interviewed on Wrongful Conviction // Season 8 Episode 4 // Disentangling Mental Health & Criminal Justice
Equitas National Advisor Rick Raemisch Reduced Solitary Confinement in Colorado by 98%. He’s Just Been Named Public Official of the Year.
Jailing people with mental illness is a national problem. The solutions are local.
Coordination and Communication are Key to Improving Mental Health and Criminal Justice in America
Brenda Siegel: For-profit prisons are modern day slavery
PODCAST: How to reduce the U.S. prison population by nearly half
Restorative Justice Repairing Harms, Reducing Incarceration in Colorado
Law-Enforcement Unions Have Too Much Power: In serving the interests of cops and prison guards, they hinder criminal-justice reform and encourage irresponsible public spending
Ignoring rural areas won’t solve America’s mass incarceration problem
GO-TIME: Corrections On Course To Save Over $35 Million On Inmate Care Through Federal, State Partnerships
Prison Sentences Shouldn’t Be Death Sentences: How To Fix Correctional Health Care
Why Oprah pitched a 60 Minutes story on prisons
Piper Kerman, Author of “Orange is the New Black” on Incarcerating Mothers
American prisons’ cruel and unusual health care
Stop Placing the Mentally Ill in Jails
Even as Many Eyes Watch, Brutality at Rikers Island Persists