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Non-profit group The Prison Policy Initiative released a report exposing failures in the juvenile justice system that mirror ones found in the adult system.

According to data compiled by the Prison Policy Initiative, D.C. has a higher incarceration rate than any U.S. state at 1,153 per 100,000 people.

People who have been released from prison are ten times more likely to be homeless than the average person in the U.S., according to the Prison Policy Initiative.

People who have been released from prison are ten times more likely to be homeless than the average person in the U.S., according to the Prison Policy Initiative.

According to a new report this week from the nonprofit research organization Prison Policy Initiative, the average cost of a phone call from jail is over three times as much as one from prison.

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A new report from the nonpartisan, nonprofit Prison Policy Initiative shows that even though the cost of calls from prisons have been dropping, the price of calling from jails is quite literally all over the map.

Prisons appear to be paying prison inmates less for their labour than they were in 2001, according to figures sourced by the Prison Policy Initiative. What do you think would constitute a fair wage for incarcerated workers? #PrisonStrike  #August21 

Looking forward to talking to of the Prison Policy Initiative on today, #WDYMalking  about this study on unemployment among people who have previously been incarcerated

A new report from the Prison Policy Initiative, States of Incarceration: The Global Context 2018, compares U.S. states to 166 countries on incarceration #MaternalJustice 

The median bail for a felony arrest in the US is $10,000, according to the Prison Policy Initiative. Could you afford this if you were arrested? How would this unexpected cost impact your life? We discuss #EndCashBail  on Monday.

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"In October, the Prison Policy Initiative released the first ever count of women in prison, and found that 58,000 women are being held in pretrial detention because they can’t afford bail," Chandra Bozelko wrote for

A Prison Policy Initiative study found that women who couldn’t make bail had a median income of $11k. Among those women, Black women had a median income of $9k. When the typical $10,000 bail is a full year’s income, it’s no wonder that women are stuck in jail. #MaternalJustice 

PRISON REFORM-that empty message in #sotu  with NO plans or policy behind it was Ivanka’s input. She&Jared told NY hedge fund elite is it a “passion” of theirs bc of Charlie Kushner’s incarceration. It’s a favorite initiative for some rich NYErs, but NOT this WH

New policy initiative from Trump this year: Prison reform.

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