Our favorite reports by our colleagues in 2015

Our colleagues helped build momentum for criminal justice reform by providing key research and proposing reforms that could help our nation reduce its overuse of incarceration. Our favorites from 2015.

by Peter Wagner and Bernadette Rabuy, December 29, 2015

2015 was another year of growing momentum for ending mass incarceration. Our colleagues helped build that momentum by providing key research and proposing reforms that could help our nation reduce its overuse of incarceration. These are some of our favorite reports produced by our colleagues in 2015:

And don’t forget to check out our reports page for this year’s original Prison Policy Initiative research.

Peter Wagner is Executive Director of the Prison Policy Initiative. (Other articles | Full bio | Contact)



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