Research Report Participatory Justice
Jesse Jannetta, Jeremy Travis, Evelyn F. McCoy
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We propose a new strategy, called participatory justice, for increasing safety and encouraging civic participation in low-income communities grappling with high crime rates and criminal justice presence. Participatory justice is an innovative way for millions of community residents to empower themselves and set the direction for ensuring their safety.

Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Children and youth Social safety net Race and equity
Tags Victims of crime Poverty Corrections Courts and sentencing Racial and ethnic disparities Delinquency and crime Policing and community safety Inequality and mobility Racial barriers to accessing the safety net Racial disparities in criminal justice