Winnable criminal justice reforms in 2022 Naila Awan, Prison Policy Initiative

States make headway on criminal justice reform after Congress falls short Dartunorro Clark, NBC News

America’s Rocky Road to Justice-Informed Policing Greg Berman, The Crime Report

Inside a district attorney’s campaign to reform the Austin police department Neena Satija, Washington Post

Travis County’s district attorney vowed to hold law enforcement accountable. Now he’s in a showdown with Austin police. Neena Satija, Texas Tribune

Beware the extremist, dangerous and unconstitutional ‘constitutional sheriffs’ Christy E. Lopez, Washington Post

Burlington decided to cut its police force 30 percent. Here’s what happened next. Emily R. Siegel and Hannah Rappleye, NBC News

To Stem a Homicide Surge, Indianapolis Invests $45 Million in Grass-Roots Programs Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times

A Safer Cleveland LaTonya Goldsby, Inquest

It’s Hard to Talk About Gun Violence With Young People. This Artist Uses Murals to Start the Conversation. Ann Givens, The Trace

Behind bars: School inside Philly’s juvenile center feels brunt of city’s gun violence Johann Calhoun, Chalkbeat

Long after the courts shut down for covid, the pain of delayed justice lingers Griff Witte and Mark Berman, Washington Post

COVID Booster Shots Unavailable for Incarcerees in 40 States: Report The Crime Report 

Only four US states are providing data about inmate vaccinations Annalisa Merelli, Quartz

The Massachusetts Parole Board Has a Transparency Problem Jean Trounstine, Dig Boston

Adams Will Keep Solitary Confinement at Rikers Island, Despite Humanitarian Concerns Matt Katz, Gothamist

Eric Adams Says He Wants to Close Rikers. It May Not Be That Simple. Nicholas Fandos and Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

The Prisoner-Run Radio Station That’s Reaching Men on Death Row Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

With ‘Gunfight,’ an Insider Takes On a Community That Was Once His Own Kristin Hussey and Rick Rojas, New York Times

From Bill Clinton to Robert Peston: celebrity crime fiction on trial Mark Lawson, The Guardian

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