The Rise and Rupture of Campaign Zero Ernest Owens, New York Magazine

Breaking down a fatal police shooting on a Tennessee highway Robert Klemko and Drea Cornejo, Washington Post

LAPD considering new limits on ‘pretextual stops’; police union objects Kevin Rector, Los Angeles Times

The Justice Department Won’t Reopen The Federal Civil Rights Investigation Into Tamir Rice’s Death Zoe Tillman, BuzzFeed News

Inside a Near Breakdown Between the White House and the Police Katie Benner, Zolan Kanno-Youngs, and Charlie Savage, New York Times

Biden, Adams Meet Amid Conflicting Pressures on Police Reform The Crime Report

‘The False Choice Between Safety and Reform’ Parisa Dehghani-Tafti, The Crime Report

This District Attorney Is Fighting Crime – and Angering the Police Emily Bazelon, New York Times

Prosecutors Who Want to Curb Mass Incarceration Hit a Roadblock: Tough-on-Crime Lawmakers Keri Blakinger, The Marshall Project

The Rude Trump Judge Who’s Writing the Most Bonkers Opinions in America Matt Ford, New Republic

Kids of color are disproportionately punished in the Harris County juvenile justice system, a study shows Caroline Love, Houston Public Media

COVID Cases Triple in California Juvenile Prisons Byrhonda Lyons, LAist

California’s blocked vaccine mandate for prison guards is public health idiocy Hadar Aviram, Los Angeles Times

Covid infections surge in immigration detention facilities Maria Sacchetti, Washington Post

Medical Care at Rikers Is Delayed for Thousands, Records Show Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

Rikers Island: People living in ‘inhumane conditions’ NBC News

Freed but Not Free: Convicted as a Teen, Woman Who Served 26 Years for Murder Fights to Clear Her Name Jeff Truesdell, People

Inmate’s life sentence spurs him to push for felony murder reform Douglas Gilding, ABA Journal  

Taking politics out of parole Washington Post

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