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A dialogue with Wilbert L. Cooper, a reporter from a family of Black officers, on why Black officers are no cure for police ...
The Marshall Project explains its decision to offer free news to incarcerated people on tablets that otherwise charge users.
Afterward, the food improved in some prisons — but only for a short time, prisoners reported. Now, though, the agency is ...
If you heard about a group called “Voters for Oversight and Police Accountability,” who would you guess is funding and ...
And I’m taking the class on a contraband cell phone. Before smartphones were a thing, having cell phones inside was about ...
Having 800 officers do the work of nearly 1,000 makes public safety Tulsa’s most critical problem, Mayor G.T. Bynum said last ...
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My first brush with mailroom censors came when I was in a county jail in upstate New York in the winter of 2010. After almost a decade of struggling with heroin addiction, I’d gotten arrested just a ...
The best criminal justice reporting tagged with "Beth Schwartzapfel," curated by The Marshall Project.
In the background, people screamed. I’d never seen such raw footage before, and when I messaged the woman some follow-up questions, she said she’d ask her source and get back to me. Her answers came ...
The best criminal justice reporting tagged with "Monterey Park (California) mass shooting," curated by The Marshall Project.