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Research Finds Police Officers Less Respectful to African-American Drivers

Police officers are less respectful of African-American motorists during routine traffic stops than they are of white drivers, according to a report by Stanford University researchers, including MacArthur Fellows Jennifer Eberhardt and Daniel Jurafsky. Read More
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Why States Should Focus on Reducing Jail Growth

A report by the Prison Policy Initiative, supported by the Safety and Justice Challenge, assesses the drivers of jail growth, jail growth trends across the country, and the impacts of jails on the U.S. criminal ... Read More
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Enhancing Transparency in the Criminal Justice System

A data portal created by Measures for Justice, a MacArthur grantee, tracks how criminal cases are being handled at the county level from arrest to post-conviction, offering unprecedented transparency into local justice systems. Read More