On June 2-4 2008, a conference titled "Immigration, Justice, and Crime: Where Do We Go From Here" was held at John Jay College. Speakers discussed issues concerning immigration, including debate over local police enforcement of immigration laws.
On April 24th and April 25, 2009, an Advanced Journalism Seminar took place at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Conducted by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice and Pew Center on the States, 21 regional journalism fellows gathered for two days to discuss sentencing, corrections and re-entry in the State of Wisconsin.
A report on the third annual Harry F. Guggenheim Symposium, "Crime, Justice & Politics: Looking Ahead to '08."
Read the 2007 Guggenheim Symposium Summary
TCR at a Glance
May 17, 2013
A conference on gun violence this week raised questions about whether journalists are focusing on the wrong things
May 16, 2013
The mayors of Philadelphia and Minneapolis challenge gun manufacturers to consider biometrics and other technological fixes in a New York...
May 15, 2013
Should the debate on guns be framed in a public health context?
May 14, 2013
In a wide ranging conversation on the politics of guns, Connecticut's governor said the media is letting the National Rifle Association d...
new & notable May 14, 2013
From maltreatment to assaults and physical and emotional bullying, a survey of children found that violence is a fact of life for America...
May 13, 2013
The nation’s largest police force was trailing behind other cities in making neighborhood-by-neighborhood crime data publicly avail...
new & notable May 10, 2013
A project from The Center for Court Innovation will test the notion that punctual, respectable courts get better results