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The neighborhoods from where the most people are sent to prison are the same ones where there’s high unemployment, frightening numbers of traumatized children, and emergency rooms that are over-used for primary care. Without justice reform and targeted reinvestment, these neighborhoods are unlikely to extract themselves from the perpetual administration of costly and crippling, last resort government.

Led by Eric Cadora, Justice Mapping is a consulting network of subject area experts and information technology specialists who study criminal justice operations and surrounding neighborhood conditions at the local level, both in the U.S. and around the world. We produce maps, reports, data sites, and other data visualization tools designed to help philanthropies, policymakers, and advocates reframe justice policy around places, coordinate operations in neighborhoods, and reinvest in safer communities.

The Issues

What We Do

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