Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha Won’t Face Civil-Rights Charges Sadie Gurman, Wall Street Journal

Few Denver police officers disciplined over treatment of protesters at last year’s racial justice demonstrations Elise Schmelzer and Sam Tabachnik, Denver Post

Miami Will Fire Police Chief Who Likened Leaders to Cuban Dictators Patricia Mazzei, New York Times

Miami decides to fire Police Chief Art Acevedo and end a short but tumultuous tenure Charles Rabin and Joey Flechas, Miami Herald

Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children Jim Salter and Claudia Lauer, AP News

Curbing Violence: What Works The Crime Report

To Combat Gun Violence, Clean Up the Neighborhood Eugenia C. South, New York Times

Urban Blight Remediation as Cost-Beneficial Solution to Firearm Violence Charles C. Branas, Michelle C. Kondo, Sean M. Murphy, et al., American Journal of Public Health

Fighting Violence Through Home Repair Tom Kutsch, The Trace

Pennsylvania is the only state that doesn’t fund public defenders. That needs to change. Christopher Welsh, Philadelphia Inquirer

Alabama Will Spend Nearly 20 Percent of Its Federal COVID Relief Money to Build Human Cages Madison Pauly, Mother Jones

The Shadow Penal System for Struggling Kids Rachel Aviv, The New Yorker

Most Prisoners Can’t Vote, But They’re Still Counted In Voting Districts Hansi Lo Wang, WBEZ

When It Costs $53,000 to Vote Damon Winter and Jesse Wegman, New York Times

Prison polling places? Some lawmakers, advocates want to restore voting rights to those behind bars Rachel Hinton, Chicago Sun-Times

Another victim of America’s greatest forensics fraudster has been exonerated Radley Balko, Washington Post

He befriended his brother’s murderer. In each other, they found healing Leila Miller, Los Angeles Times

An Expert on the Criminal Mind, Now He’s Suspected in an Arson Spree Thomas Fuller and Livia Albeck-Ripka, New York Times

New true crime show recounts how a Bay Area daughter’s ‘recovered memory’ led to a murder trial Katie Dowd, SFGate