Research Central: Just the Facts
There is a good reason why the justice reform movement is largely a bipartisan effort: it is ideally based on sound facts and trustworthy information. But in this era of fake news and alternative facts, where can you get information that you can count on? In the justice reform arena, there's no better source than the Research Central section on the Florida Center to Advance Justice website. Only available to subscribers (subscriptions are free), Research Central is a curated collection of research papers and data sources.
"Our mission at the Florida Center to Advance Justice is to educate and inform Floridians on evidence-based approaches to criminal justice policies and practices," says FCAJ CEO Jim DeBeaugrine.
Focusing on this goal of evidence-based reasoning, Research Central features links to reports and papers by reputable sources such as the U.S. Department of Justice, Library of Congress, FBI, National Institute of Justice, Sentencing Project, Charles Koch Institute, James Madison Institute, American Bar Association, and the law schools of the nation's most prestigious universities.
"Our Research Central section, as well as our newletters and online news archive, are key components of our efforts to provide credible information in an easily accessible format to policymakers, professionals, and everyday Floridians," says DeBeaugrine. "There is no surer path to lasting and meaningful reform than grassroots information and education."
To get access to this treasure trove of reliable information, become an FCAJ subscriber by visiting our Subscribe! page. It's totally free of charge, and all we will ask for is your name and email address.