The Struggle to Overcome Mass-Shooting Cynicism John Hendrickson, The Atlantic

The Supreme Court May Elevate the Second Amendment Above the First Raymond Ku, Slate

California’s efforts to protect citizens from wanton gun violence are still in danger Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

The claim that crime falls when states relax gun-control laws Salvador Rizzo, Washington Post

America can’t fix policing without fixing the country’s gun problem German Lopez, Vox

Police Handcuffed Her, Naked, in Her Home. Will She Ever See Justice? Esau McCaulley, New York Times

Documents could tell us why West Jordan police officers shot and killed a man. City went to court to stop release Paighten Harkins, Salt Lake Tribune

Crime Prediction Software Promised to Be Free of Biases. New Data Shows It Perpetuates Them Aaron Sankin, Dhruv Mehrotra, Surya Mattu, and Annie Gilbertson, The Markup/Gizmodo

Does racial congruence between police agencies and communities reduce racialized police killings of civilians? Shytierra Gaston, Matthew J. Teti, and Matheson Sanchez, Criminology & Public Policy

The Local Elected Officials Who Are Tanking Police Reform Jessica Pishko, Slate

ICE’s deportation ‘force-multiplier’: Local sheriffs Washington Post

ICE holds growing numbers of immigrants at private facilities despite Biden campaign promise to end practice Maria Sacchetti, Washington Post

Biden vowed to close federal private prisons, but prison companies are finding loopholes to keep them open Casey Tolan, CNN

‘Blood Money’: How Profit Shapes US Incarceration Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

Unnecessary and Complicated Transfers Are Spreading COVID in Federal Prisons Michael Fortino, Truthout

Jail Deaths Increased 33% Over Past Two Decades: BJS The Crime Report

Correction Department cries out for oversight Editorial Board, Boston Globe

He Says He’s No Murderer. That’s Why He’s Still in Prison. Tom Robbins, New York Times

Man wrongfully convicted in Wisconsin eyes reform to criminal justice system Jonah Beleckis, Wisconsin Public Radio

Imagining A World Without Prisons Or Police Code Switch

Seeing the Light Christopher Blackwell and Jessica Sandoval, Inquest

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