CJI prepared the report for the Baltimore Police Department Monitoring Team, the body overseeing the department’s efforts to comply with the terms of the consent decree the city entered into with the U.S. Department of Justice in 2017. The decree stems from the DOJ’s finding that Baltimore police displayed a pattern of conduct that violated civilians’ Constitutional rights, and it outlines corrective steps the department must now take.
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The National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) recently selected Yamanda Wright, senior data and policy specialist at CJI, as a Fellow for the 2019 Youth Justice Leadership Institute (YJLI). She is one of nine people who make up this year’s prestigious fellowship program. The YJLI is a yearlong leadership development program for youth justice reform advocates.Read Article
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