Justice Involved Young Adults event 9-8-15 US AG Loretta Lynch

VIDEO: Justice Involved Young Adults

From the Live Event in DC on 9/8

A recording from the Office of Justice Programs, US Department of Justice event held September 8th in Washington, DC - Discussing the Future of Justice-Involved Young Adults - is now available. Watch as Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Assistant Attorney General Karol V. Mason, and an esteemed panel of leading experts - including members of the Executive Session on Community Corrections' Bruce Western and Vincent Schiraldi and the National Institute of Justice - discuss the challenges that justice-involved young adults present and significant opportunities that exist for reform... MORE 

Why Connecticut May Try 21-Year-Olds as Juveniles (Christian Science Monitor)

Juvenile Incarceration is a Dickensian Nightmare: The Shameful Ravages of Mass Incarceration (Salon)

Good Reasons to Raise Age for Juvenile Justice (Hartford Courant)

Video Why We Incarcerate, Race & Justice in America (Atlantic Live)

Video Trying Young Adults as Minors (Fox News)

What Mass Incarceration Looks Like for Juveniles (NY Times)

Audio Gov. Malloy Suggests Treating More Young Offenders as Juveniles (WSHU)

Gov’s Juvenile Justice Proposals Win High Praise (Public News Service CT)

Young Adult Justice Experts' Research Supports CT Gov's Unprecedented Proposal to Raise Juvenile Court Age to 21 (PCJ)

Connecticut's governor wants to try 19- and 20-year-olds as minors. Why it's a great idea (Vox)

Video CT Law Review Symposium: Prison Reform from Sentencing to Parole (CT-N)

Ban the Box: President Obama’s Plan to Help Ex-Prisoners Get Jobs, Explained (Vox)

Ben Carson Is Inspiring, but Not for President (NY Times)

Out of Prison and Out of Work (CNN Money)

Here's How We Can Actually Reduce the Number of People in Prison (Vice News)

The Real Reason to Close the Connecticut Juvenile Training School (CT Mirror)

Science Supports Raising the Juvenile Age Limit (Press of Atlantic City)

Faith, Crime, and the Pope (The Crime Report)

Catching up with Science: Rethinking How our Criminal Justice System Responds to Young Adults (William T. Grant Foundation)

Why 21 Year-Old Offenders Should be Tried in Family Court (Washington Post)

Time to Rethink the Age of Adult Court Jurisdiction (Translational Criminology)

The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration (The Atlantic)

Mass Incarceration, Visualized (The Atlantic)

Bruce Western, Other HKS Voices Join in the Debate About the Criminal Justice System in America (HKS)

Time to Rethink How Young Adults are Punished, Experts Say (NPR)

Noted Reformer Vincent Schiraldi Joins PCJ (HKS)

Report Proposes a Different Model of Criminal Justice for Young Adults (HKS)



Social Context & Consequences
Community-Based Responses to Justice-Involved Young Adults
Schiraldi, Western, Bradner

Boston Reentry Study

Gangs, Guns, & Urban Violence
The Sources of Boston Crime Guns
Braga, Hureau

Illegal Gun Trafficking Study

Safety & Justice
Crime and Policing Revisited

Index of NPIP reports (2 pg)

Other papers from this Executive Session

The Politics of Restraint

Other papers from this Executive Session

What Does Mass Incarceration Look Like for Kids? The National Campaign to Close Youth Prisons 11/20

Rebuilding Trust: Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing (recap) 11/3

Empowering Formerly Incarcerated People to Drive Criminal Justice Policy Change (recap) 10/16

WATCH Reforming Justice for Young Adults (recap & video) 10/14

From LA to San Salvador: Lessons from a Gang Prevention Leader (recap) 10/13

Strengthening Law Enforcement-Community Relations 9/18

WATCH Discussing the Future of Justice-Involved Young Adults (video) 9/8

The Social Science Record (video)

Justice in an Era of Mass Imprisonment (video)

Bruce Western, Leaving Prison & Entering Poverty (video)

The Week We Shaped the Future of Policing (recap)

Challenges to Democracy: The Future of Policing (video & recap)

Indicators Development Methods Camp (video & recap)


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