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Disentangling Mental Health and Criminal Justice During COVID-19
Why Re-Arrest Doesn’t Mean You’re a Failure
Arrest, Release, Repeat: How police and jails are misused to respond to social problems
Oregon Governor Signs Bill To Track Info About Jail Inmates
Trump hailed Mississippi prison reforms. But the numbers reflect a grim reality.
Report: U.S. Incarceration Falls to 20-Year Low
Giving ex-convicts healthcare helps all of us
Mentally ill homeless people keep going to jail. But a study says L.A. County can fix that
Coordination and Communication are Key to Improving Mental Health and Criminal Justice in America
The Burden of Mental Illness Behind Bars
How mass incarceration harms U.S. health, in 5 charts
In Defense of Risk-Assessment Tools
Too Many People Are Calling 911. Here’s a Better Way.
Era of Mass Expansion: Why State Officials Should Fight Jail Growth
A Fresh Take on Ending the Jail-to-Street-to-Jail Cycle
Emptying the ‘New Asylums’: A Beds Capacity Model to Reduce Mental Illness Behind Bars
Mass Incarceration is the Enemy of Economic Opportunity
Unnecessary incarceration costs U.S. taxpayers $20 billion a year, Brennan Center study says
Colorado Summit Resource Compendium
This Eye-Opening Prison Population Pie Chart will Blow your Mind
White House pushes communities to use data to cut down on incarceration
LA City, County Pass Sweeping Plans Against Homelessness
New Report Helps Policymakers Better Respond to People with Mental Health Needs in the Criminal Justice System
Judges Replacing Conjecture With Formula for Bail
Mesa County Gets $150,000 MacArthur Grant to Stem Excess Incarcerations
The Processing and Treatment of Mentally Ill Persons in the Criminal Justice System
Seattle’s Sensible Approach Puts Drug Offenders Into Treatment, Not Jail
To Keep the Mentally Ill out of Jail, Multnoma County, OR Needs More Connections to Services, Report Says
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Sets up Panel to Work on Justice Reform in Oklahoma
Stepping Up: A National Initiative to Reduce the Number of People with Mental Illnesses in Jails
New Efforts to Reduce the Number of People with Mental Disorders in Jails Sets the Stage for Unprecedented Change
New York Plan Aims to Divert Mentally Ill People from Jail’s Revolving Door
New York City Plans Focus on Mental Health in Justice System
New Series Reveals ‘The Cost of Not Caring’ for Americans with Mental Illness
The Treatment of Persons with Mental Illness in Prisons and Jails: A State Survey
Seattle’s Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Program: Lessons Learned From the First Two Years
Goldman to Invest in City Jail Program, Profiting if Recidivism Falls Sharply
A Cost Analysis of the Bexar County, Texas, Jail Diversion Program

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