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Crim­i­nal jus­tice reform

TagLast edit: 31 May 2021 18:59 UTC by EA Wiki assistant

The criminal justice reform tag covers posts related to improving the criminal justice system in a variety of ways. Most EA work in this area is focused on the United States, but posts about other areas of the world are also welcome.

Further detail

Crime can be costly to society, and incarceration can also be costly: to the government that funds prisons, and to the individuals whose freedoms are curtailed. Criminal justice reform focuses on improving the criminal justice and prison systems to reduce these imprisonment costs.

Criminal justice reform is particularly promising in the United States. It is also unusually tractable, due to the adverse US fiscal situation and the confluence of liberal and conservative interest in this area. For these reasons, the Open Philanthropy Project considers criminal justice reform a promising intervention, and has funded several charities working in this space (Open Philanthropy Project 2016).

Bibliography

Open Philanthropy (2016) Criminal justice reform, Open Philanthropy.

How to Fix Pri­vate Pri­sons and Immigration

FCCC19 Jun 2020 10:40 UTC
10 points
49 comments7 min readEA link

[Question] What are some good char­i­ties to donate to re­gard­ing sys­temic racial in­jus­tice?

warrenjordan2 Jun 2020 0:48 UTC
76 points
24 comments1 min readEA link

Does Bail Re­form In­crease Crime?

Dale22 Feb 2020 20:58 UTC
20 points
1 comment1 min readEA link
(papers.ssrn.com)

Open Philan­thropy Staff: Sugges­tions for In­di­vi­d­ual Donors (2020)

Aaron Gertler2 Dec 2020 12:08 UTC
11 points
1 comment7 min readEA link
(www.openphilanthropy.org)

In­ter­ven­tion Pro­file: Bal­lot Initiatives

Jason Schukraft13 Jan 2020 15:41 UTC
110 points
4 comments42 min readEA link

So­cial Move­ment Les­sons from the US Pri­son­ers’ Rights Movement

Jamie_Harris22 Jul 2020 12:10 UTC
32 points
3 comments128 min readEA link
(www.sentienceinstitute.org)

Re­search sug­gests BLM protests in­crease mur­der overall

Dale9 Apr 2021 20:48 UTC
−2 points
8 comments1 min readEA link
(www.vox.com)
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