Center for Prison Reform for Nonviolent Offenders

The Center for Prison Reform (CPR) is an advocacy organization focused on criminal justice reform, with a specific emphasis on prison reform and rehabilitation. The organization aims to reduce the number of people incarcerated in the United States and promote a more rehabilitative approach to the criminal justice system. CPR advocates for various policy changes, including alternatives to incarceration, sentencing reform, and improvements to prison conditions. They also provide resources and support to individuals who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, such as those who are currently or formerly incarcerated, their families, and communities affected by mass incarceration.

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