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News June 26
How one ambitious program aims to reduce crime by changing how repeat offenders think.
News December 8, 2017
A new survey finds it’s more difficult than you might think.
Q&A November 15, 2017
Is it rising or declining? Does it matter?
Commentary March 13, 2017
Anti-crime strategies should try to fix what makes hotspots prone to violence.
Commentary February 28, 2017
Immigrants may actually bring down crime in areas where they live.
Commentary December 22, 2016
Some of the best work from across the country.
Crime on the Ballot November 1, 2016
Campaign ads in the age of criminal justice reform.
Commentary October 28, 2016
How New York City Cut Crime and Incarceration at the Same Time
Analysis October 20, 2016
This time, a survey of crime victims
Analysis May 15, 2016
And the government can’t either.
Commentary April 11, 2016
Pause the debate for some inconvenient history.
Justice Lab March 23, 2016
Pew researchers release a new prison scorecard, but it ain’t perfect.
Analysis March 9, 2016
A new report looks at recidivism among inmates released from federal prisons.
Commentary February 8, 2016
What the Black Lives Matter movement misses about those police shootings.
Commentary January 11, 2016
What the left and right got wrong about crime in 2015.
Q&A January 6, 2016
“There are two things cops don’t like – the way things are, and change.”
News December 9, 2015
Researchers think turning more vacant lots green might work.
Commentary October 7, 2015
Black leaders also embraced it.
Commentary September 4, 2015
(And the same goes for the “Ferguson Effect.”)
Justice Lab January 26, 2015
Does tear gas belong in schools? Do police?
Justice Lab January 21, 2015
… But just a tiny bit, and it took a long time.
News January 6, 2015
From Calvin Coolidge to Bill de Blasio.
Justice Lab November 24, 2014
From aging to gentrification to Prozac.