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Prison CPAC: “Second Chances”

The Case for Conservative Criminal Justice Reform in Utah

Our Executive Director, Pat Nolan, was joined by Utah County Prosecutor David Leavitt and former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik to discuss the conservative case for criminal justice reform in Utah. Watch their discussion:

We took CPAC inside of a prison–It was Amazing

In November 2019, we hosted a CPAC inside of a medium-security prison in Pennsylvania. The first of its kind, over 400 incarcerated individuals attended the conference where they learned about criminal justice reform efforts, received job training, and learned about

The 2019 Prison Reform Summit and First Step Act Celebration

LIVE: The 2019 Prison Reform Summit and First Step Act Celebration https://t.co/279PRqFSRk — The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 1, 2019

An Interview with DeMario Davis

DeMario Davis is a star NFL linebacker with the New Orleans Saints. At the height of his career, Davis instills fear in the hearts of quarterbacks everywhere. He is also an activist, fighting to improve America’s broken criminal justice system.

An Interview with Pat Nolan at CPAC 2019

Pat Nolan is interviewed by Debra Saunders of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He shares a brief history of his extensive background working in the criminal justice reform realm, what inspired him to become involved in this area, and offers insight