Exploring Police Activity and Community Trust in Los Angeles Neighborhoods

Creating a common set of facts and focusing on smaller geographies within a city can help move toward shared understanding and collaborative solutions.

We Need to Do More to Support Victims of Domestic Violence during the Pandemic

As COVID-19 takes a toll on communities around the world, domestic violence victims face a unique set of challenges to their safety and well-being.

How Should Prisons and Jails Prepare for COVID-19?

Prison and jail leadership must strike a balance between maintaining order and safety while providing the best possible care to and upholding the basic human rights of incarcerated people.

How Can We Uphold Human Rights and Dignity in Prison?

There are no quick fixes, but research and data can support accountability and chart a path forward.

How We Should Talk about Racial Disparities

By naming what creates and maintains racial disparities, we can challenge harmful narratives.

Why Selecting Contraception Should Be More Like Shopping for Furniture

Negative clinical experiences may lead women to avoid accessing health care or be skeptical of providers’ recommendations.

Confidence and Empowerment Are Key to Safe Sex

An innovative sex education program may be changing teens’ beliefs about healthy relationships.

Lessons from One Year of Operating the Center for Victim Research

The Center for Victim Research helps professionals share information and improve responses to crime victims.

Three Lessons Businesses Can Learn from Uber’s Collecting and Reporting Sexual Assault Data

Uber released their first US Safety Report, which includes a focus on sexual assault occurring on their platform.

How Tackling “Polyvictimization” in Queens Helped Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

Service providers are addressing the unique needs of clients who've experienced multiple types of victimization.