General

Atlases, indices, and broad-based source material

  • Criminal Justice Primer 2009 [PDF]
    Sentencing Project, February, 2009
    “An overview of nine policy priorities in criminal and juvenile justice reform that address issues of reentry, sentencing, racial disparity and crime prevention.”
  • Smart on Crime Recommendations for the Next Administration and Congress, [PDF]
    2009 Criminal Justice Transition Coalition, November, 2008
    “The 2009 Criminal Justice Transition Coalition's collaborative report identifying critical needs for federal policy reform for President-elect Barack Obama's agenda.”
  • Strengthening Public Safety, Increasing Accountability, and Instituting Fiscal Responsibility in the Department of Correction, [PDF]
    Governor's Commission on Corrections Reform, June, 2004
    (Massachusetts, the Harshbarger Commission)
  • Prison Policy Initiative Atlas [Website]
    Prison Policy Initiative, February, 2004
    (Maps of disenfranchisement, death penalty, incarceration, prison construction and more in the U.S. and internationally)
  • The Prison Index: Taking the Pulse of the Crime Control Industry,
    Prison Policy Initiative and Western Prison Project, March, 2003
  • Crime and Justice Atlas 2001 Update [PDF]
    U.S. Department of Justice, 2001
  • Crime and Justice Atlas 2000 [PDF]
    U.S. Department of Justice, June, 2000
    “As our criminal justice system undergoes many changes and interventions, it is important that we continually reexamine the practices, policies, and philosophies that guide us.”

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    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be at Colby College in Waterville Maine to speak about “The Geography of punishment: Reflections on inequity in mass incarceration” at 7pm.
  • April 28, 2015:
    Policy & Communications Associate Bernadette Rabuy will be attending the Smith College Student Government Association’s Hampshire County Criminal Justice Meet and Greet on Tuesday, April 28 from 5-7pm at the Carroll Room at Smith College Campus Center.
  • May 11, 2015:
    Peter Wagner and Bernadette Rabuy will be in NYC for the book launch party for Jason Stanley’s How Propaganda Works at 67 Orange. The party — and the royalties from the book — are to benefit the Prison Policy Initiative.

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  • April 22, 2015:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be at Colby College in Waterville Maine to speak about “The Geography of punishment: Reflections on inequity in mass incarceration” at 7pm.
  • April 28, 2015:
    Policy & Communications Associate Bernadette Rabuy will be attending the Smith College Student Government Association’s Hampshire County Criminal Justice Meet and Greet on Tuesday, April 28 from 5-7pm at the Carroll Room at Smith College Campus Center.
  • May 11, 2015:
    Peter Wagner and Bernadette Rabuy will be in NYC for the book launch party for Jason Stanley’s How Propaganda Works at 67 Orange. The party — and the royalties from the book — are to benefit the Prison Policy Initiative.

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