We applaud the passage of the Second Chance Act. CCJR SCA Statement 6-16-20 …
The National Registry of Exonerations issued a report on the role of prosecutors, police, and other law enforcement in government misconduct that contributed to false convictions that were later exonerated. #cjr To learn more, read the full report here: ow.ly/gOdX50BEmRP pic.twitter.com/aCtDRCJpoe
- Meeting on 9/24 - Legislative recommendations to protect victims of human trafficking surrounding best way to prosecute those who purchase sex & their duty to report knowledge of traffickers, best ways to expunge records of victims of trafficking. #ccjr #ncpol pic.twitter.com/WVPKteRUwe
Pragmatic Conservative-Led Reforms
Our mission is simple: promote a criminal justice system that utilizes pragmatic, evidence-based approaches to keep our communities safe, while ensuring that taxpayer dollars are utilized in the most effective manner.
November 18 - November 21
Seeking solutions that promote safety, efficiency, and accountability.
Spending on public safety
makes up an excessive percentage of our state budget. While we expect that our government should make every effort to keep our communities safe, we also must keep a critical eye on our criminal justice system, ensuring that it operates in a manner that most efficiently uses our taxpayer dollars to enhance public safety.
A review of our criminal justice policies
shows this to be entirely inconsistent with reality, at both the state and federal level. National leaders have begun leading efforts to support pragmatic criminal justice reform, from a perspective entirely consistent with conservative platforms.