Chesa Boudin and San Francisco’s bitter debate over crime Megan Cassidy, San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Sues Three Online Retailers for Selling ‘Ghost Guns’ Glenn Thrush, New York Times

Justice Dept. Says Missouri’s Gun Law Hobbles Drug and Weapons Inquiries Glenn Thrush, New York Times

Hospital-Based Intervention Can Save Lives. A Growing Movement Is Betting on Medicaid to Fund It. Chip Brownlee, The Trace

“Policing Alone Will Not Save Us,” Says Baltimore Mayor The Crime Report

Police killed their sons. Their unmovable friendship uncovered a system of lies Susan Berardi, The Guardian

“Evidence Doesn’t Seem to Play a Key Role”: A Conversation with David Weisburd Greg Berman, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

You Have The Right to Keep Filming the Cops – For Now Matt Ford, New Republic

Facing revolt from police chiefs, US Marshals agree to change body camera rules Simone Weichselbaum, NBC News

Houston Has A New Deputy Inspector General For Police Accountability. Here’s What That Means Sara Hutchinson, Houston Public Media

Police Reform, Like Vaccination, Requires Global Strategy Lawrence W. Sherman, The Crime Report

NYPD to Unvaccinated Officers: Wear Masks or Face Discipline Michael Gold, New York Times

Correctional officers are driving the pandemic in prisons Danielle Wallace, The Conversation

As COVID rates climb, mandate vaccine for prison staff Amanda Klonsky and Erika Tyagi, USA Today

Mobile jail under ‘hurricane protocol’ and releasing inmates as COVID cases climb John Sharp, AL.com

Few incarcerated women were released during COVID. The ones who remain have struggled. Candice Norwood, 19th

Biden Must Act to Ensure Nonviolent Offenders Aren’t Sent Back to Prison Dan King, The Bulwark

Federal judge halts Biden deportation policies Cameron Langford, Courthouse News

US moves to cut backlog of asylum cases at US-Mexico border Ben Fox, AP News

‘It’s like everything lifted’: Nashville man exonerated of murder charges 21 years later Rachel Wegner and Mariah Timms, Nashville Tennessean