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Testimony to the D.C. Jails and Justice Task Force

August 21, 2019
Testimony of Nicole D. Porter, Director of Advocacy at The Sentencing Project, submitted before the D.C. Jails and Justice Task Force about the future of jail capacity and criminal justice priorities in Washington, D.C

In testimony submitted before the DC Jails and Justice Task Force, Nicole Porter, Director of Advocacy at The Sentencing Project, highlighted ways to meet DC residents’ basic needs with a focus on preventing crime and affirming community connections.

To read her full testimony, download the PDF below.

 
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