criminal justice

Boudin and the Complexity of Reform Politics

Despite the Chesa Boudin recall making national headlines, states will likely continue experimenting with approaches to their area-specific problems. Criminal justice reform in our highly decentralized system isn't over. 

By Jonathan Blanks

Is Police Reform Possible?

By Jonathan Blanks Phillip Atiba Goff Diane M. Goldstein Seth W. Stoughton

A Path Forward on Reparations?

By Richard Kahlenberg

Give the People the Law

Today in most of America, helping someone use the law is illegal unless you're a lawyer. These restrictions damage democracy. The case for legal empowerment.

By Vivek Maru

Can the Police Really Change?

The answer is, they must—or risk the full destruction of their credibility.

By Jonathan Blanks