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Katie Park is a developer. She joined The Marshall Project from the visuals team at NPR, where she designed, built and edited a multitude of data visualizations and digital projects. She previously worked as a graphics editor at The Washington Post and is a graduate of Northwestern University, where she studied journalism.
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News May 8
‘Voluntary departure’ applications surge as immigrants decide it’s better to return to their native countries than languish in a detention facility.
News April 24
In 2018, the number of prisoners hit a nine-year low. But some states are resisting the trend.
Feature March 29
How the dangerous prisoner transport business has dodged responsibility for “gross negligence.”
Analysis February 12
The number of people in immigration detention has increased under every presidential administration for more than 25 years.
News February 11
Missouri lawsuit says that the state’s parole process puts too many people back behind bars.
Feature January 14
A portrait of the U.S. immigration system in 12 short films.
Feature October 3, 2018
After passing a series of restrictive housing laws, Miami-Dade County faces an odd predicament: bands of nomadic sex offenders and a cat-and-mouse game to move them.
Feature July 23, 2018
How Donald Trump’s war on immigrants is playing out in his hometown.
Feature July 13, 2018
But a haven for bail bondsmen is getting less friendly.
Feature June 8, 2018
Can a violent adult jail teach kids to love school?