Jocelyn Fontaine, one of the lead evaluators Safer Return, answers pressing questions about how to better support returning prisoners.
The White House has strongly promoted the idea of increased police transparency after high-profile incidents of civil unrest throughout 2014 and into 2015. Most law enforcement agencies still have a long way to go.
Data on rape and sexual assault suffer from inconsistent estimates and underreporting, leading to misunderstandings about the extent of the problem and adequate policy solutions.
America’s most affluent neighborhoods are worlds apart from its most disadvantaged ones, and the gap has grown in the past two decades.
People age 50 and older are the fastest growing segment of the federal prison population. But incarcerating an aging person costs roughly double what it takes to incarcerate a younger one.
Older adults spend much more on housing than health care or anything else.
By breaking out of the inertia of tradition, we can deepen our understanding of society and governance and leverage data to directly improve lives.
How working an erratic schedule and nighttime hours affect parents' child care options.