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05/12/22-TIME“Correctional Officers are the people that come in contact with the incarcerated more often than anybody else. And so they can really help with the re-socialization process that’s supposed to take place in prisons and jails,” Thomas Baker, CJRA Expert.

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05/12/22-TIME“Escapes in and of themselves are rare when it comes to critical incidents in prisons and jails. To add on top of it, a staff member helping an inmate escape from custody is super rare,” Jeff Mellow, CJRA Expert.

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04/30/22-Baltimore Sun“They look at this as not an innovation based on best practices, but as some sort of punishment,” Maria Haberfeld, CJRA Expert.

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Read the April 2022 newsletter here.

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04/21/22-PENN Live“Usually if an officer has time to shoot, they have time to get out of the way,” Justin Nix, CJRA Expert.

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04/14/22-TIME“There will be an increase of police presence in the subways, but not necessarily for a long term. This will be a typical reactive reaction to a major incident,” Maria Haberfeld, CJRA Expert.

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Read the March 2022 newsletter here.

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03/25/22-TIME “The absence of the two largest cities in the country begs the question as to what kind of confidence the public should have in the numbers produced by the FBI. This is a time period in which we really want to know what’s happening with respect to the most serious crimes. The uncertainties around […]

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03/25/22-Verve Times“The role of adverse childhood experiences in death penalty trials merits special attention,” CJRA Study

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03/25/22-Reddit“Although a major physique of analysis has examined the impression of mitigating proof and the function of culpability, in addition to anger, on sentencing selections, ACE proof is exclusive as a result of it may possibly elicit completely different emotional responses from jurors,” CJRA Study.

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