Support the Institute in funding communities and creating pathways to real public safety in New Jersey.
From policing to closing New Jersey’s youth prisons, we seek to end criminal justice policies that result in the over-criminalization of communities of color, racial injustice and mass incarceration.
Black youth incarcerated in NJ
For every white youth incarcerated in NJ
This report addresses the myriad costs that youth incarceration in New Jersey imposes on individual youth, their families and the state – financial, emotional and beyond.
This report explores the ways New Jersey can make meaningful investments in community-based public safety systems.
This short brief addresses the need to protect community members who record police encounters in New Jersey.
The Newark Police Division is under a Consent Decree. Learn about what that means and how you can help ensure it is a meaningful process.