Reaching too far, coming up short:

How large sentencing enhancement zones
miss the mark

by Aleks Kajstura, Peter Wagner and Leah Sakala
January 27, 2009

Coverage

Related research

  • cover of the report The Geography of Punishment: How Huge Sentencing Enhancement Zones Harm Communities, Fail to Protect Children

    by Aleks Kajstura, Peter Wagner and William Goldberg, July 2008

Additional graphics

The media may find these graphics from the earlier Geography of Punishment report helpful. In many cases, higher resolution versions of these web graphics exist. Please have your production department contact us with your technical requirements.

Tweet this page Follow @PrisonPolicy on Twitter Get our newsletter Donate Contact Us


Meet us

  • July 7, 2015:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be speaking to Windsor DL about Ending Prison Gerrymandering in Connecticut at Windsor’s Union Street Tavern at 7:30pm. More info.
  • July 19-21, 2015:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be in Baltimore Maryland for a conference July 19-21. Contact us if you’d like to meet up or arrange another event while Peter is in town.
  • September 13, 2015:
    Peter Wagner will be speaking on a panel at New Haven Artspace’s conference on race, criminal justice, and artistic expression. The conference is Sept 12-13, and Peter’s panel will be on Sept 13.

Not near you?
Invite us to your city, college or organization.

Events

  • July 7, 2015:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be speaking to Windsor DL about Ending Prison Gerrymandering in Connecticut at Windsor’s Union Street Tavern at 7:30pm. More info.
  • July 19-21, 2015:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be in Baltimore Maryland for a conference July 19-21. Contact us if you’d like to meet up or arrange another event while Peter is in town.
  • September 13, 2015:
    Peter Wagner will be speaking on a panel at New Haven Artspace’s conference on race, criminal justice, and artistic expression. The conference is Sept 12-13, and Peter’s panel will be on Sept 13.

Not near you?
Invite us to your city, college or organization.