On an average day, around 2,600 people are in solitary confinement in New York’s prisons. Read more.
The number of people incarcerated in New York is declining, but those in prison are staying for much longer periods of time. Read more.
A significant portion of those eligible for parole are being denied – some multiple times. Read more.
Medical staffing shortages have reached crisis levels in prisons across the state, exacerbating other healthcare challenges. Read more.