Center For Prison Reform CPR Newsletter
December 11, 2014
Hello <<First Name>>,

This week, learn about one at-risk youth population and the limitations of the programs that serve them. In addition, learn about the new guidelines that help juvenile offenders obtain higher education.

Get an update on California's Proposition 47, and see how prison costs can add up quickly for many offenders.

Finally, find a conservative debate on criminal justice reform in the video of the week.

Want to be involved? Join our next weekly national call on January 7th from 2-2:30PM EST. Ring (605) 562-3140 and type in code 408388#.

Edwina Rogers
Edwina Rogers
Edwina Rogers
Executive Director
Center For Prison Reform

Broken System

From Broken Homes to a Broken System

Examine the limitations of juvenile detention for this at-risk population: Native American children living on reservations.
Pell Grants

Pell Grants for Juvenile Offenders

With new guidance from the Obama administration, juvenile offenders will now be allowed to apply for Pell Grants, one of the leading forms of federal financial aid.
Prop 47

Update: Prop 47

In November, the criminal justice system in California was changed with the passing of Prop 47, and now some law enforcement and prison officials are speaking out.
Poverty and Criminal Justice

Prison Fees Cause Economic Woes

The price of doing time behind bars is increasingly monetary in nature, with many prisons and jails adding fees to many things you wouldn't expect.
Criminal Sentencing Reform

Video: Conservatives on Reform

What happens when prestigious conservatives talk prison reform? The Federalist Society hosted speakers from The Heritage Foundation, Georgetown Law, the US Court of Appeals, and a former U.S. Attorney General.

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Center for Prison Reform · 401 Ninth Street, NW · Suite 640 · Washington, DC 20004 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp