The U.S. spends $81 billion a year on mass incarceration, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and that figure might be an underestimate. In 2017, the Prison Policy Initiative estimated the actual cost on state and federal governments and impacted families is roughly $182 billion. Those dollars go to staffing the criminal justice system and meeting the basic needs of the more than 2 million Americans who are incarcerated.
Featuring quotes from CEO and President JoAnne Page and Executive Vice President Stanley Richards.READ MORE
Dennis Kozlowski began his career serving in various management positions at SCM Corporation in New York City and Cabot Corporation in Boston. He
joined Tyco International in 1975 at a time when the company had $20 million in revenue. Kozlowski was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Tyco in 1989 and became its Chief Executive Officer in 1990. Under his leadership, Tyco grew to over $40 billion in revenue and a market capitalization in excess of $110 billion. Kozlowski received his BS in business administration from Seton Hall University and received a doctorate of business administration from the University of New Hampshire, Honoris Causa, and Roger Williams University.
Under JoAnne Page's Leadership Fortune has become a national model in services and advocacy for justice-involved individualsREAD MORE
Educational forums, on-site vaccinations and marketing materials are all aimed at making sure clients and staff get their doses.READ MORE
The city’s Board of Correction (BOC) is unveiling a proposal that the de Blasio administration says would finally end solitary confinement in New York City jails.READ MORE
Tomorrow, the New York City Board of Correction, an independent oversight board for the City’s jail system, will formally propose rules to end solitary confinement in the City’s jails at its public meeting. With the new proposed disciplinary model, New York City will go further than any major jail system in the country in banning solitary confinement.READ MORE