decarceration Encyclopedia decarceration The process of removing people from institutions such as prisons or mental hospitals the opposite of incarceration In the middle of the twentieth century, this became a central feature in the reorganization of social control, and is closely allied to programmes the decarceration collective The Decarceration Collective s work does not end when people leave prison Many people are arrested by poverty long before they are arrested by police We are community reentry advocates for fair access to housing, education and jobs. Decarceration Community Treatment and the Scull, Andrew T Decarceration Community Treatment and the Deviant A Radical View Prentice Hall, Inc , vii pp Decarceration is a word which describes a policy ofclosing Promote smart decarceration Grand Challenges For Social Work Decarceration entails than simply not incarcerating it involves developing an array of effective and socially just alternatives to replace incarceration This work provides an opportunity to engage and mobilize social work scholars and practitioners in developing and executing an actionable agenda for smart decarceration. Smart Decarceration Center for Social Development Smart decarceration Guiding concepts for an era of criminal justice transformation CSD Working Paper No St Louis, MO Washington University, Center for Social Development. Shifting Carceral Landscapes Decarceration and the Aug , Decarceration Strategies Differentiating between Elitist and Radical The new broad public awareness of mass incarceration and calls for reform emerge on a landscape already scarred by years of struggle against prison. Decarceration A microphone for the movement to end What Is Decarceration by Ernest Drucker Aging Prisoners by Mujahid Farid Public Defense by Robin Steinberg Decarceration as Healing by Deborah Small The Case for Decarceration The Atlantic Sep , Decarceration, I suspect, is going to be the work of generations A good way to begin the process is to stop feeding people into the system in the first place Juvenile lifers. Decarceration Strategies How States Achieved Connecticut, Michigan, Mississippi, Rhode Island, and South Carolina have reduced their prison populations between % over the past decade This report describes how these five states can serve as decarceration roadmaps for other states. Decarceration Nation If you d like to learn about how Decarceration Nation got its name and what the podcast is all about, check out our short video introduction series.
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