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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.

News Article EAST BAY EXPRESS January 22, 2014

The Napolitano Files: The opportunistic Immigration record of the new UC president

In her comprehensive article, Ashley Bates, with commentary from Justice Strategies' Director Judith Greene, escorts the reader on the wide circle that has brought former Homeland Security Secretary and now University of California President, Janet Napolitano, face-to-face with the real-life personal, academic and legal challenges of undocumented UC students; challenges brought about by the very policies and political atmosphere that she, in her former role as a high-ranking government official, helped to fashion, champion and vigorously enforce.

News Article Colorlines September 12, 2013

LA County Sheriff Helps Deport Record Numbers of Immigrants

News Article Huffington Post August 23, 2013

War On Undocumented Immigrants Threatens To Swell U.S. Prison Population

Justice Strategies Director, Judith Greene is quoted on the front page of the Huffington Post's business section in an article focused on the ever increasing cost of the federal government's policy to incarcerate immigrants in mass, a failed tactic borrowed from the nation's "War on Drugs."

JS Publication July 20, 2013

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

In this excerpted chapter from a forthcoming Justice Strategies' report on strategies for police accountability, Research Consultant Patricia Allard and Director Judith Greene review policing practices, policies, and reform efforts in the City of Los Angeles, over several decades.

News Article Los Angeles Times July 8, 2013

Border 'surge' plan would be financial bonanza for private firms

Los Angeles Times quotes Justice Strategies' Director Judith Greene on the financial boom to private prison companies that would result from passage of certain provisions of the Senate's Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill.

News Article Politic365 May 30, 2013

Private Prisons Equal Big Business

Justice Strategies' Director, Judith Greene, is quoted in an article entitled Private Prisons Equal Big Business by Stacy Brown of the Washington Informer, posted May 30th, 2013 on Politics 365. The article discusses the billions of dollars in annual revenues being taken in, and the $45 million spent annually to lobby lawmakers for tougher and longer sentences, by the for profit prison industry, among other financial benefits going to these private corporations.

News Article The Crime Report April 17, 2013

Critics Say Justice Reinvestment Sidesteps Minority Communities

A group of the nation's leading criminal justice advocates and researchers have charged that the much-lauded "justice reinvestment" strategy has failed to divert meaningful funds to minority communities who have been the most deeply affected by high levels of incarceration.

In a report issued today, the advocates are sharply critical of how the six-year-old strategy--warmly endorsed by the Department of Justice only last week---has evolved in many states.

JS Publication April 16, 2013

Ending Mass Incarceration: Charting a New Justice Reinvestment

Justice Strategies Director, Judith Greene, has co-authored Ending Mass Incarceration: Charting A New Justice Reinvestment, with Vanita Gupta and Kara Dansky of the American Civil Liberties Union, Malcolm Young of Northwestern University Law School's Bluhm Legal Clinic, James Austin of the JFA Institute, Eric Cadora of the Justice Mapping Center, Todd Clear of Rutgers University, Marc Mauer and Nicole Porter of The Sentencing Project, and Susan Tucker, the former Director of The After Prison Initiative at the Open Society Foundations. Read more »

News Article HISPANTV September 14, 2012

Negocio de cárceles privadas, el más próspero en EEUU

In a news feature entitled, "Private prison business, the most prosperous in the U.S." HISPANTV's Spanish-language Washington Correspondent, Alfredo Miranda, covers the Sep. 13, 2012 hearing held, by Rep. Jared Polis of Colorado, on the role of private prisons in the incarceration of immigrants and their treatment in those facilities, funded by contracts with the federal Bureau of Prisons. Read more »