Killed over a counterfeit bill: Data on misdemeanors can lead to racial justice in policing
The Data Collaborative for Justice believes data and research can support a robust, public dialogue about how the criminal legal system impacts people and communities and opportunities to make a fairer, more equitable system. Periodically, we publish opinion pieces on our research and significant criminal justice issues. DCJ’s work has also been cited in a number of editorials from other influential voices on criminal justice.
Albany Times Union
The Crime Report
NY Daily News
New York Times