Does Good Cop, Bad Cop Actually Work?
Good cop, bad cop is a negotiation strategy used in a variety of different industries, such as sales — and law enforcement. But does it work?
The Psychology of Second Chances
Second chances play a critical role in helping incarcerated individuals reform their behaviour and successfully reintegrate into society.
How the Doe Fund Helps Former Prisoners Turn Their Lives Around
The Doe Fund is an NYC-based nonprofit that strives to do exactly that by releasing male prisons through its Ready, Willing & Able program. Learn more here!
Second-Chance Hiring: a Case Study
Second-chance hiring is the practice of hiring individuals with a criminal record, and here's how it can help various groups.
Patrick Pursley and I Am Kid Culture
Patrick Pursley was exonerated and has chosen to always work for love, leading to the start of I Am Kid Culture.
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The Marshall Project produces non-profit journalism that is committed to demystifying the American criminal justice system.
Must Read: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colourblindness
Esteemed author, Michelle Alexander, pinpoints the War on Drugs as a pivotal moment in the history of mass incarceration.
When Politicians Play With Statistics
The Marshall Project recently published a fascinating article that demonstrates how political leaders amplify certain figures and shift metrics in order to further their campaign.
Worth Rises Statistics
There are so many aspects of being incarcerated that are overlooked by the public and policy - such as the high cost of making phone calls from inside prison walls.