UpClose with Cynthia Lum
Dr. Cynthia Lum discusses what lies ahead for American law enforcement and the key barriers to reform.
Impact Report: COVID-19 and Crime
This updated analysis explores trends in violent, property, and drug offenses during the COVID-19 pandemic through March 2021.
Reducing Violence, Restoring Confidence
Expert panelists discussed rising homicide rates and how we can address them proactively.
New Report Shows Homicide Rise Continues in U.S. Cities in 2021
Homicide rates remain below historical highs, but figures show 49% increase over same period in 2019.
Task Force Highlights Five Priorities for Reforms to Reduce Police Use of Excessive Force, Boost Accountability
The Task Force on Policing identified the top five changes to make in law enforcement that are most likely to make a difference.
Impact Report: COVID-19 and SUD Treatment
Arriving in the midst of an opioid crisis, evidence suggests that COVID-19 and associated policies negatively impacted people with substance use disorders.
UpClose with Dan Meyer
Nehemiah Manufacturing Co. Founder Dan Meyer speaks about his mission to build brands, create jobs, and change lives through employment and whole life coaching in Cincinnati.
Statements on the Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial
Members of the Council, Board of Trustees, task forces, and staff share perspectives following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Task Force Backs Series of Reforms to Boost Policy Accountability for Excessive Force, Other Misconduct
The Task Force on Policing found that increased government oversight, body-worn cameras, and a national database of decertified officers could enhance accountability and transparency in law enforcement.
States that Conducted Mass Coronavirus Testing in Prisons Reported Fewer COVID-19 Deaths Among Incarcerated Adults
States that conducted extensive COVID-19 testing in their prisons experienced significantly lower COVID-19 death rates behind bars than states that did not use a mass testing approach.