Who Keeps Chinatown Safe? Sarah Belle Lin, New York Magazine

‘Justifiable police homicide’ and the ruse of American justice Da’Shaun Harrison, Joy James, and Samaria Rice, Scalawag Magazine

Biden makes his midterm message clear: ‘Fund the police’ Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Washington Post

Gov. Abbott adopts rules punishing cities that ‘defund police departments’ KVUE

Republicans and police have put Colorado justice reforms on trial for rising crime. What are the facts? Andrew Kenney and Allison Sherry, Colorado Public Radio

The Real Reason Democrats Can’t Agree on How to Address Rising Crime John Pfaff, Slate

Don’t Blame Bail Reform for a Rise in Violent Crime – Just Fix It Candace McCoy, Bloomberg Law

Big Changes to Parole Are Here. How Will ‘Less Is More’ Hold Up? Reuven Blau and Rachel Holliday Smith, The City

NYC parolees jailed on minor violations denied state-required court hearings, says Legal Aid Society Graham Rayman, New York Daily News

Watchdog Sees Cover-Up in Failure to Report Rikers Island Beatings Jan Ransom, New York Times

“No Light. No Nothing.” Inside Louisiana’s Harshest Juvenile Lockup Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project

150 Years Is Enough Andrea McChristian, Inquest

Poor tech, opaque rules, exhausted staff: inside the private company surveilling US immigrants Johana Bhuiyan, The Guardian

How AI-powered tech landed man in jail with scant evidence Garance Burke, Martha Mendoza, Juliet Linderman, and Michael Tarm, AP News

Conservative US judicial regions less apt to grant inmates compassionate release – commission report Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters

They’re out of prison, but still fighting to prove their innocence: ‘I feel like I’m not free’ Eric Ferkenhoff, USA Today

John Oliver explains why it’s so hard for innocent people to win exoneration, even on death row Peter Weber, The Week

‘I feel free’: Chicago teen framed for 1985 murder becomes 3,000th person exonerated in US Eric Ferkenhoff, USA Today

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