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Incarcerated Women More Likely to Be in Jails

The Prison Policy Initiative released an update of its Women’s Whole Pie report that visually represents all the women incarcerated in the American criminal justice system.
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"America’s Other Family-Separation Crisis"

The New Yorker
Sarah Stillman, 2016 MacArthur Fellow
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Case Studies in Innovative Solutions to Reduce Jail Incarceration

The Urban Institute has developed a series of six case studies for the Safety and Justice Challenge as part of the resources for communities working to reduce jail incarceration.

Safety and Justice Challenge Expands to 52 Cities, Counties

The additional $22 million in grants will be distributed through the Safety and Justice Challenge, a national initiative to reduce over-incarceration by changing the way America thinks about and uses jails.

Staff

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Stephanie Platz

Managing Director, Programs
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Aisha Edwards

Program Officer
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Bria L. Gillum

Program Officer
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Patrick Griffin

Senior Program Officer
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Quinn Hanzel

Grants Manager
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Mary McClanahan Thiel

Coordinator
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Erica Twyman

Administrator
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Maurice Samuels

Senior Evaluation Officer
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Maria Speiser

Communications Officer
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