From COVID-19 relief for prisoners, to policing reform, to higher education behind bars, the Prison Fellowship network of justice advocates has made a difference for those affected by crime and incarceration.
Former bank robber Jesse Wiese thought grit, hard work, and integrity would be enough to open doors after his release from prison. He was wrong.
The “Alternatives to Incarceration Act” and the “Re-entry Success Act” are now headed to Governor Lee’s desk for signature.
Extending grace can be a powerful public witness for Evangelicals today.
Panelists named to discuss the crack vs. powder cocaine disparities during virtual reporters roundtable next Tuesday.
Prison fellowship is partnering with FAMM to discuss the crack vs. powder cocaine disparities during virtual reporters roundtable next Tuesday.
Tennessee faith leaders send joint letter to members of the general assembly In support of criminal justice reform.
Prison Fellowship leadership urges new administration to advance policies helping men and women impacted by crime and incarceration become productive returning citizens.
We believe our current method of determining pretrial detention through monetary bail can be replaced with more just, evidence-based approaches.
Prison Fellowship is joining with other faith leaders in Michigan in supporting criminal justice reform.