Impact Justice is an innovation and research center, tapping into bold, original ideas to reduce incarceration and shining a spotlight on existing efforts that need to be embraced. Impact Justice is committed to fostering a more humane, responsive, and restorative system of justice in our nation. Our bedrock belief is that to build a better justice system, we must first imagine a better system.
Just Beginnings Collaborative
Impact Justice’s sujatha baliga is forging a collaborative movement that brings together community leaders to design new approaches to ending child sexual abuse.
PREA Resource Center
The DOJ selected Impact Justice to manage the PREA Resource Center, established to reduce rape and sexual assault in prisons across America.
The Homecoming Project
Impact Justice is linking the recently incarcerated to affordable housing opportunities through an innovative sharing economy model.
Roughly 200,000 people are on sex offender registries for things they did as kids — some as young as eight years old. Placing young people on registries has enormous consequences for those listed, but it does little to protect society.
The New Yorker takes a deep dive into the issue of youth on sex-offender registries and calls Center on Youth Registration Reform Director Nicole Pittman "one of the movement’s best hopes for advancing legislative change."