Juvenile Justice Project (JJP) Brochure
Through coalition building, youth leadership development, public education, and advocacy with New York policymakers, legislators, and government officials the JJP reduces youth detention and incarceration, helps create a safe, publicly transparent, and accountable youth justice system, supports and empowers young people who come in contact with the justice system, and promotes child-centered policies and practices to protect young people’s dignity, safety, and human rights.
This article was published in collaboration with the Marshall Project. It was January 2006, and Josef Kirk Fischl was tucked away behind a 30-foot-high gray wall in C Block, one of Attica Correctional Facility’s toughest cellblocks. He had already served more than 16 years on a 25-to-life bid for a murder he committed when he was [...]Read More
New York State Public Protection Budget Hearing:Testimony of The Correctional Association of New York Testimony of The Correctional Association of New York Regarding the New York State Executive Budget Proposals State Fiscal Year 2018-2019 January 30, 2018
New York State Public Protection Budget Hearing: Testimony of The Correctional Association of New York Regarding the New York State Executive Budget Proposals State Fiscal Year 2018-2019 January 30, 2018 The Correctional Association of New York (“the CA”) is an independent, non-profit organization founded by concerned citizens in 1844 and granted unique authority by the [...]Read More
Reports & Research
“Solitary at Southport: A 2017 Report Based Upon the Correctional Association’s Visits, Data Analysis, & First-Hand Accounts of the Torture of Solitary Confinement from One of New York’s Supermax Prisons”
“The isolation itself is torture. Mentally and emotionally, it breaks you down. Spiritually it strips you. The way it is built is to break you down as a person and push your family away.” From “Solitary at Southport” Solitary confinement is torture. New York State subjects people to solitary confinement and other forms of isolation [...]Read More