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Taylor Eldridge is an Investigative Fellow. She is a graduate of Yale University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on investigative journalism. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker.
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Feature November 21
The Bureau of Prisons set higher standards for psychiatric care. But instead of helping more inmates, the agency dropped thousands from its caseload, data shows.
Feature September 17
For some cops, offering a hand could mean losing your job.
News July 30
Despite years of criticism, New Hampshire has no place but prison for the dangerously mentally ill.
News June 28
For many recently-released prisoners, severe dental issues are just one more barrier to restarting their lives.
Life Inside March 29
“I felt like I aged 10 years just by doing 20 days in there.”
News March 28
Even after the high-profile death of Kalief Browder, jails in the rest of the state routinely isolate juveniles.
News February 14
Johnson & Johnson uses the prospect of jail time to market a schizophrenia drug.
News January 12
An uproar over cost, selection — and coloring books.
News January 4
It just got a lot harder to send a care package to New York prisoners.
Feature December 21, 2017
Inside the booming market for food in pouches, clear electronics, pocket-less clothing and other corrections-approved goods.