Posts bySanya Mansoor

Was TSA Green-Lighted to Profile Under New Anti-Profiling Rules?

Last month, to great attention, the Justice Department issued new racial profiling guidelines that continue to allow U.S. Customs and Border Patrol and the Transport Security Administration to discriminate based on ethnicity and religion. Former President George W. Bush, whose administration released similar guidelines in 2003, was the first to ban racial profiling in the

Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation Celebrates “Living Into Possibilities”

In recent days, members of the juvenile justice community, accompanied by friends and family, gathered at Monastero’s Ristorante for the Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation’s annual fundraiser. The intent might have been to raise money, but the point was establishing connections to break from many of the troubling situations with which youth sometimes get entangled.

Vera Institute Explores Impact of Increased Family Visits on Juvenile Residents

The Vera Institute of Justice has announced it will conduct a two-year study to explore the potential behavioral and educational impact of increased family visits on juvenile residents in Indiana. The study will be funded by the federal Office of Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Field-Initiated Research and Evaluation grant. It follows a recent change