In October, police say, a man raped a 12-year-old girl in a Houston public bathroom. Well, that’s not actually what police say. The detective, a man who is pa...Read More
In a victory for prison reform groups, in-person visitations are coming back after more than two years behind screens.
“It was all in one night, and all under the influence of crack.” That’s how Doug Smith, a policy analyst at the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition, explaine...Read More
If Sheriff Jim Kaelin gets his way, Nueces County Jail inmates could be the first in the state with Internet-connected tablets to help them pass the time. ...Read More
A vocal group of American critics claims that Juarez is not a place of disproportionate violence against women. Here’s why they’re wrong.
While Molloy, Powell and other critics may not consider femicide to be real or important compared to their preferred research on drug violence and global capita...Read More
Nationwide, girls are entering the system at a higher rate than before, even though overall youth delinquency has gone down over the last 20 years. A new study ...Read More
When we talk about how schools and police conspire to criminalize children, we have a wealth of extreme examples we can point to. There’s Noe Nino de Rivera, ...Read More
When Texas students come back to school this month, they’ll be joined in many districts by police officers, members either of a dedicated school police force ...Read More
A new report shows that Dallas recorded the third-highest rate of fatal police shootings among the nation’s 10 largest cities from 2010 through 2014....Read More