Children of Incarcerated Parents: In the News





Children of Incarcerated Parents: The Art of Healing

Healing from traumatic life events, such as a parent’s incarceration can take many forms. Please enjoy people’s art and distribute widely. We also invite people to share their artistic expression, especially those expressions that have helped you in your healing. Read more »

Children of Incarcerated Parents: Statistics




Children of Incarcerated Parents: Blog Team

Justice Strategies (Host)

Justice Strategies is a nonprofit research organization dedicated to providing analysis and solutions to advocates and policymakers pursuing more humane and cost-effective approaches to criminal justice and immigration reform. Read more »

Children of Incarcerated Parents: About

This blog focuses on the impact of parental incarceration on children and families. The mission of the blog is as follows:



  • Featuring and disseminating new local, state, national, and international research that either aim to unearth emerging or long standing concerns;

  • Featuring local, state, national and international innovative initiatives that aim to address problems affecting children, parents or caregivers dealing with parental incarceration; Read more »

  • was created by the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs (IWGYP), which is composed of representatives from 18 federal agencies that support programs and services focusing on youth.

    News Article The Crime Report February 4, 2014

    Reforming the NYPD---Beyond Stop and Frisk

    In this article, Justice Strategies' Director, Judy Greene discusses: the realities behind, now-again NYC Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton's ComStat and "broken windows" approach to crime control; the City's challenge to implement real reform after a US Court of Appeals upheld a Federal District Court ruling finding the NYPD's stop-and-frisk campaign an unconstitutional police practice; and, her call on Commissioner Bratton to embrace more collaborative policing practices finding success in the cities of Seattle, WA and Cincinnati, OH.