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Safety and Justice Jul 10
Every year, 2 million people with mental health needs end up in jail. Due to a lack of alternatives, jails have become the largest behavioral health facilities in the nation. It shouldn’t be this way.
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NLADA 21h
The chiefs and prosecutors from 10 America’s largest cities gathered to hash out their differences away from cameras and citizen activists. Read to see what came out of the national summit meeting >> .
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Julie Wertheimer 3h
Lucky to have Malik and his leadership on our team to
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Safety and Justice Jul 17
“We learned that there's a demand for coverage of stories that focus on actionable ideas for local criminal justice reform.” -
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NLADA Jul 18
St. Louis County plans to ask the County Council to eliminate 6 types of fees because they were leaving inmates without the means to re-enter the community, making them more likely to end up homeless or return to crime >> .
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JSP Jul 17
Cook County had their first racial and ethnic disparities working group meeting today, as part of the challenge. Keep up the great work!
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Pima Safety+Justice Jul 14
A terrific collaborative parternship between law enforcement and community agencies. It’s why this is part of our ongoing efforts at supportive alternatives to jail for our community members.
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FREEAMERICA Jul 17
The U.S. continues to spend exorbitant amounts of taxpayer dollars on incarceration, instead of investing in education. Learn how reform could support our communities and help .
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NCSL Jul 15
Attendees at ’s “Rural Jail Reform in Big Sky Country” mtg. in Montana learned about culturally responsive health & defense services at the Urban Indian Health Center.
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Safety and Justice 22h
After pushing for crucial criminal justice reforms, New York City has been able to bring jail admissions down by 50%. We must keep moving forward if we want to continue to lower jail incarceration.
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NLADA Jul 13
As a Strategic Ally of , we present the third of our four-part series "Achieving the Challenge." Era Laudermilk, Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender, discusses pre-trial incarceration >>
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Houston Recovery Center Jul 16
Proud that Harris County is one of the 52 involved in the effort to . Changing lives, second chances, compassion.
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St. Louis County DJS Jul 16
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Beth Huebner Jul 16
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Pima Safety+Justice Jul 16
Spending time to discuss and collaborate on effective reentry strategies in Arizona.
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Safety and Justice Jul 15
Replying to @safety_justice
However, signs of change are on the horizon. This episode will also explore the different options NOLA can take to confront these issues.
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Safety and Justice Jul 15
. is back with an all new season! For its season 2 premiere, gives a look at how NOLA's unfair practices of money bail & conviction fees - or money injustice - target the city's poor, esp. poor people of color.
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NCSL Jul 15
A group of State Legislators recently toured the Missoula County Detention Facility. They spoke w/ jail staff about overcrowding & recent reform efforts. Details ➡️ 
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MacArthur Foundation Jul 15
Solving the problem of over-incarceration requires tackling the overuse of jails, the gateway to incarceration in America. Learn more about the 52 cities and counties working to :
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NLADA Jul 14
and Bloomberg Philanthropies teamed up to help prevent drug overdoses by granting $10 million to more than 100 hospitals in Philadelphia to treat opioid use disorder >> .
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