New York's New Death Penalty compiles and analyzes data on in-custody deaths in New York State between 1976 and 2020 and offers policy recommendations for curtailing the number of deaths behind bars. Read more here.
A fiscal analysis of pending justice reforms in 2021 in New York State finds that implementing them would collectively save and/or generate an estimated $1.52 billion for the state annually. Read more here.
The National Executive Council at the Center for Justice partnered with The CUNY Graduate Center to highlight structural incarceration and found that incarceration rates in New York City census tracts with public housing developments outstrip the incarceration rates in census tracts without public housing, even though crime rates are equivalent.