Posts by Impact Justice

Reforming Juvenile Justice

Youth advocates are seizing on bipartisan interest in criminal justice reform.

Teen Sexting: The Medium is NOT the message

Nicole Pittman weighs in on the national conversation about "sexting" in high schools.

Rethinking Sex-Offender Registries

Center on Youth Registration Reform Director Nicole Pittman contributes to the National Affairs report.

States Slowly Scale Back Juvenile Sex Offender Registries

The Pew Charitable Trusts cites Nicole Pittman on the growing movement to take youth off registries.

Impact Justice chosen to manage important work ensuring sexual safety in confinement

Impact Justice chosen to manage important work ensuring sexual safety in confinement

Impact Justice has been awarded the grant to lead the National Prison Rape Elimination Act Resource Center.

Stopping the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Reclaiming Futures comments on their new partnership with Impact Justice to develop “a new framework and a data-centered strategy” to address school discipline issues and level the playing field for students of color.

A Senseless Policy

Nicole Pittman, Stoneleigh Fellow and Director of the Impact Justice Center on Youth Registration Reform, talks about taking kids off the sex-offender registries in The Weekly Standard.

Trail ’em, Nail ’em, Jail ’em: How We Treat Mental Illness

Impact Justice’s David Muhammed writes an opinion piece on the Huffington Post.

For Juvenile Sex Offenders, State Registries Create Lifetime Of Problems

Nicole Pittman, Stoneleigh Fellow and Director of the Impact Justice Center Center on Youth Registration Reform, weighs in for NPR’s All Things Considered.

Columbia lawmaker pushes for juvenile sex offender registry reform

The work of Nicole Pittman, Stoneleigh Fellow and Director of the Impact Justice Center on Youth Registration Reform, cited as key to youth registry reform efforts in the South Carolina Post and Courier.

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