Conference | Bail Reform in New York: What Have we Learned? What’s Next?
On May 13, 2022, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a national leader in educating for justice, hosted a public conference which served as a forum for the most up-to-date research, policy ideas and dialogue about New York State’s bail and pretrial laws, policies, and practices.
Interactive presentations, panels, and roundtables highlighted diverse perspectives on bail, and speakers included public officials, the media, and representatives from the criminal justice system as well as impacted communities.
Head over to the Conference Webpage for information on panels, speakers, and more material from the day.
Opponents of Bail Reform Rely on ‘Fear Tactics,’ Conference Told – The Crime Report
Debating the impacts of bail reform – City & State New York