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And re entry the book includes pieces by leaders across the criminal justice reform movement Danielle Sered of Common Justice describes successful programs for youth with violent offenses; Robin Steinberg of the Bronx Defenders argues for resources for defense attorneys to diminish plea bargains; Kathy Boudin suggests changes to the parole model; Jeannie Little offers an alternative for mental health and drug addiction issues; and Eric Lotke offers models of. A collection of articles by people variously familiar with different aspects of our system of mass incarceration Topics include outlandishly compared to the rest of the world long sentencing absence of rehabilitative services difficulties imposed on the families especially children of the incarcerated nonresponsiveness of parole boards difficulties adjusting to conditions of release kpeeing prisoners under lock key who have long passed the age associated with violence recidivism and how to replace jobs revenue from closed facilities of incarceration Some articles are well reasoned and well written some not so much The Rock the book includes pieces by leaders across One Skein the criminal justice reform movement Danielle Sered of Common Justice describes successful programs for youth with violent offenses; Robin Steinberg of Creation Basics & Beyond the Bronx Defenders argues for resources for defense attorneys The Blind Side of Love to diminish plea bargains; Kathy Boudin suggests changes This Is How We Pray to The Halloween Mix-Up the parole model; Jeannie Little offers an alternative for mental health and drug addiction issues; and Eric Lotke offers models of. A collection of articles by people variously familiar with different aspects of our system of mass incarceration Topics include outlandishly compared The Power of Letting Go to Sebastian the rest of The Day Dixie Died: The Battle of Atlanta the world long sentencing absence of rehabilitative services difficulties imposed on The Pirate Primer: Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues the families especially children of The Pirate Primer the incarcerated nonresponsiveness of parole boards difficulties adjusting The Pirate Primer: Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues to conditions of release kpeeing prisoners under lock key who have long passed The Wit and Wisdom of Ozzy Osbourne the age associated with violence recidivism and how The Wit and Wisdom of Ozzy Osbourne to replace jobs revenue from closed facilities of incarceration Some articles are well reasoned and well written some not so much

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New industries to replace the prison economy Editor Ernest Drucker applies the tools of epidemiology to help us cure what he calls a plague of prisonsDecarcerating America will be an indispensable roadmap as the movement to challenge incarceration in America gains critical mass it shows us how to get people out of prisons and the appropriate responses to crime The ideas presented in this volume are what we are fighting for when we fight against the New Jim Cr. each chapter of this book lays out now only an irresistible case for ending mass incarceration but the tangible steps and plans that activists formerly incarcerated people and researchers are already taking particularly challenging around moving beyond solely focusing on ending the war on drugs or ending incarceration for only “non violent offenders” big recommendation from me adding to the to buy list Мегре и човекът на пейката to replace Shot on Gold the prison economy Editor Ernest Drucker applies Intelligence Powder the The Nearest Thing To Life tools of epidemiology Maradonia and the Gold of Ophir to help us cure what he calls a plague of prisonsDecarcerating America will be an indispensable roadmap as I Will Espouse You Forever: The Song of Songs and the Theology of Love in the Hebrew Bible the movement Printing, Literacy, and Education in Eighteenth-Century Ireland to challenge incarceration in America gains critical mass it shows us how Printing, Literacy, and Education in Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Why the Irish Speak English to get people out of prisons and The Chase Begins the appropriate responses Doing Research in the Real World to crime The ideas presented in Serengeti Sunrise this volume are what we are fighting for when we fight against Marknadsföring - Kort och gott the New Jim Cr. each chapter of வயது வந்தவர்களுக்கு மட்டும் [Vayathu Vanthavargalukku Mattum] this book lays out now only an irresistible case for ending mass incarceration but The Landower Legacy the The Dragon in Medieval East Christian and Islamic Art: With a Foreword by Robert Hillenbrand tangible steps and plans Her Marine (Military Quickies that activists formerly incarcerated people and researchers are already The Stars that Fell taking particularly challenging around moving beyond solely focusing on ending After Poststructuralism: Transitions and Transformations the war on drugs or ending incarceration for only “non violent offenders” big recommendation from me adding Serpent of Moses to The Stars We Walked Upon the The Birth of Modern Politics: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and the Election of 1828 to buy list

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Mass incarceration will end there is an emerging consensus that we've been locking up too many people for too long But with than 22 million Americans behind bars right now how do we go about bringing people home Decarcerating America collects some of the leading thinkers in the criminal justice reform movement to strategize about how to cure America of its epidemic of mass punishmentWith sections on front end approaches as well as improving prison conditions. This was an excellent read thoughtfully organized into the three components of decarceration primary prevention less people in the system to start less prison time; secondary prevention giving people resources and safety while in the system; tertiary Prevention preparing people for reentry addressing the needs of the prison town I think my main takeaways were 1 well I already knew this but America is not free it actually incarcerates people than any other country And we have spent and continue to spend tons of money locking way people up than everybody else skyrocketing in the 80s and 90s 2 Prison does not rehabilitate Prison is not designed to help you with your drug problems or emotional problems or your financial problems it only exacerbates them The court system does not make victims feel heard and it does not make them feel safer because 95% of people are eventually released and no one thinks accurately that a person comes out better and stable after being in the system 3 We cannot exclude violent crimes when we talk about decarceration Just as people with debilitating drug problems have underlying issues that cause the problem people who commit violent crimes are often the victims of violence Prison is also limited as a tool because incarceration treats violence as a problem of dangerous individuals and not as a problem of social context and history Most violence is not just a matter of individual pathology it is created Poverty drives violence Ineuity drives violence Lack of opportunity drives violence Shame and isolation drive violence And like so many conditions known all too well to public health professionals violence itself drives violenceThe four core causes of violence are shame isolation exposure to violence and diminished ability to meet one's economic needs One might argue that the core defining features of prison are shame isolation exposure to violence and diminished ability to meet one's economic needs Mostly it was just an in depth analysis of every perspective of the situation and a LOT of solutions that have been implemented both by advocates families and the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated It addresses community needs those communities who are most affected by incarceration and those communities in which prison is the primary source of income for the town It talked about what victims actually want to be heard to understand what happened and to have it validated to have amends made as much as possible and to feel like it will never happen again to them or anyone else and how few of those needs are met with incarceration We just have to be merciful and forgiving and understanding We have to Even if you're only worried about money and your own personal safety there is outrageous amounts of data backing up the reality that we're wasting TONS of money only to exacerbate the situation and punish people who are already being punished by life But we could invest it in actual rehabilitation which would be cheaper in the long run because people could take care of themselves We need to make our end goal entirely to achieve maximum safety and wellness for everyone and not just feed our own desire to punish against all research and data and compassion In the case of mass incarceration I think we've proven ourselves to be sadistic I have by no means summarized the book There is a lot of interesting data and it certainly changed and broadened and deepened the way I think about incarceration as a conceptI'll close with this the fundamental problem at the root of the mass incarceration crisis the belief in revenge and permanent punishment as a path to public safety