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ACUF Calls On BOP To Better Use Compassionate Release Authority For Sick And Elderly Offenders

The ACU Foundation’s Center for Criminal Justice Reform is working closely with FreedomWorks, the R Street Institute, Families Against Mandatory Minimums and a number of faith-based organizations to address the important issue of our aging prison population. Read more below:

ACUF Calls On Bureau Of Prisons To Better Use Compassionate Release Authority

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: American Conservative Union Foundation Calls On Bureau Of Prisons To Better Use Compassionate Release Authority For Sick And Elderly Offenders Washington, DC, December 7, 2017 – With Christmas approaching, the American Conservative Union Foundation (“ACUF”) is calling

Lindsay Holloway: A Redemption Story

Lindsay Holloway shares her story of addiction, incarceration, and how her faith led her back to the right path.

Join us in Nashville for a discussion on Faith and Criminal Justice Reform

    Why Our Faith Should Shape the Way We Look at Our Criminal Justice System Join us for breakfast and fellowship with some of the leading voices in faith-based criminal justice reform. The Church has both the unique ability and

Justice reform is real and conservative governors are leading the way

By Gov. Matt Bevin (R-KY) Originally published on FoxNews. During the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, I participated in a national panel on criminal justice reform with like-minded, conservative governors Nathan Deal of Georgia and Mary Fallin of Oklahoma. It

Is It Time for Criminologists to Step Outside the Ivory Tower?

By Erik Luna Originally Published on TheCrimeReport.org Polls show that Americans are more polarized than at any point in the past quarter-century. Partisanship now plagues virtually everything we do, even a once-unifying cultural ritual like watching football on a lazy Sunday