Criminal Justice Reform

Camden Didn’t ‘Defund the Police’

"Camden ... actually employed more police — and more law enforcement. As the now-retired chief who led the transition explained, understaffing had made his city force a 'triage unit going from emergency to emergency.' Staffing up ... made policing in Camden not just more cost-effective but better overall, incorporating training, rules of engagement, and accountability protocols otherwise unaffordable or unacceptable." - NR

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Christian leaders call for criminal justice reform

"Spearheaded by Prison Fellowship, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, National Association of Evangelicals and the Colson Center for Worldview, the Justice Declaration seeks to rally evangelicals and other Christians against mass incarceration and for alternative sentencing for criminals who don’t pose a significant threat to society."

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