Articles by PPI staff:
- Census Bureau Contributes to Prison-based Gerrymandering, by Leah Sakala, Race, Poverty and the Environment Vol. 18 No. 2, Urban Habitat, December 2011
- Diluting democracy: Census quirk fuels prison expansion, [PDF], 1 page factsheet, April 2004
- Locked up, then counted out: Prisoners and the census, published in the Winter 2002-2003 issue of Fortune News.
- Census Quirk Sustains New York’s Love Affair with Prisons published in the August 2002 issue of the Albany NY’s Center for Law and Justice newsletter.
- Testimony before the New York State Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment, March 14, 2002. Prepared testimony: in HTML or PDF format. Or read the Transcript
- Patting down the data on racial profiling in New York City, by Peter Wagner, Prison Law Blog, May 10, 2012
- Facts about crime [PDF] 1 page factsheet written with the Arizona American Friends Service Committee, 2004
- Memo to Ohio’s Joint Agency Rule Review Committee on proposed changes to Ohio’s inmate rules of conduct, January 6, 2004.
- Comments on proposed changes to Ohio’s inmate rules of conduct submitted to the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction on November 24, 2003
- Massachusetts Disenfranchises its Prisoners November 2000, written for Mass Dissent
- Incarceration is not an equal opportunity punishment, July, 2012
- Patting down the data on racial profiling in New York City, May 2012
- Racial Disparities in North Carolina prisons
- Ohio’s priorities? Graphs about racial disparities in incarceration and how Ohio spends its limited tax dollars.
Sentencing enhancement zones
- Smart on crime, letter to the editor, from Peter Wagner, Boston Herald, Feb 4, 2011
- School Zone Laws Don’t Work, by Peter Wagner (letter), Valley Advocate, March 12, 2009.
- PRRAC Researcher Report: Sentencing Enhancement Zones Fail to Protect Children, by Aleks Kajstura & Peter Wagner Poverty & Race November/December 2008.