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A new report from the New York City Board of Correction suggests that inmates have traded one problematic practice for another.
A new report finds that a drop in the prison population doesn't necessarily mean a drop in prison costs.
President Donald Trump has restored consumer confidence in private prisons—but they were never in danger of failing to begin with.
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Beyond the cyclical criminalization that the device provokes, its rules and circumstances clash with the infrastructure of the teenage mind.
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An early look at a Pacific Standard story that's currently only available to subscribers.
A new report counts the costs that women, children, and families bear when a loved one gets incarcerated.
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Should kids be led out of class in handcuffs for being late to school?
Advocates argue that early release is the most compassionate and cost-effective solution.
How the new mental health facility for California’s death row inmates reflects our nation’s ongoing ambivalence about the death penalty.