We believe shared values across the ideological spectrum can be translated into criminal justice policies and practices worthy of our highest ideals.
This month’s member spotlight features Jeffrey Korzenik, the Chief Investment Strategist for Fifth Third Bank.
Council Launches National Veterans Justice Commission with Former U.S. Defense Secretaries Hagel, Panetta
Diverse expert panel will examine factors driving veterans’ involvement in criminal justice system, produce recommendations for policy changes.
Levin and Cumberbatch discuss the importance of maintaining local prosecutorial discretion.
This report summarizes the current state of knowledge about veterans in the civilian justice system and serves as a foundation for the Veterans Justice Commission’s work.
New CCJ analysis also finds that property crimes increased in the first six months of 2022, while drug offenses continued to decline.
This month’s member spotlight features Richard Jerome, civil rights lawyer and expert in police accountability.
A new analysis for CCJ looks at crime trends in major U.S. cities, extending the data through 2022 mid-year.
The Task Force on Long Sentences is assessing our nation’s use of long prison terms and formulating recommendations to advance safety and justice. This series of charts serves as a foundation for the deliberations of the group, a diverse set of experts from varied sectors of the criminal justice field and across the ideological spectrum.
CCJ task force report also finds increase in average time spent in prison by those receiving long sentences and a doubling of the population 55 and over serving such terms.