Critical Value #51 How Can We Minimize Coronavirus Risk in Prisons and Jails?
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Jails and prisons are ripe for rapid transmission of the coronavirus, putting residents, corrections staff, and the broader community at risk. In the latest in a series of podcast episodes on the pandemic, host Justin Milner talks to Brie Williams, physician and professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, Johnny Perez, director of the US Prisons Program for the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, and Urban Institute policy associate Bethany Young.

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How Should Prisons and Jails Prepare for COVID-19?
Prison Research and Innovation Initiative
Amend at the University of California, San Francisco
National Religious Campaign Against Torture

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Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags COVID-19 Mass incarceration
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center