• Center takes innovative approach to improving criminal justice system

    Loyola’s new Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy, and Practice brings together experts and students from several fields of study to share resources and insights—with the ultimate goal of creating a criminal justice system that is more fair, effective, and cost efficient.
  • Emerging Adults and the Criminal Justice System: Charting the Course for Policy and Practice

    Nearly 200 criminal justice and community stakeholders convened in February 2016 19th for the inaugural conference of Loyola’s new Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy and Practice.
  • Reducing Jail Populations, Improving Local Justice Systems

    The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has announced nearly $25 million in support for ambitious plans to create fairer, more effective local justice systems across the country. The Foundation is awarding grants of up to $3.5 million each to 11 jurisdictions to reduce their jail populations and address racial and ethnic disparities in their justice systems.