The Justice Policy Institute (JPI) is a non-profit research and policy organization based in Washington D.C. that aims to promote justice reform and reduce the use of incarceration in the United States. JPI conducts research on various aspects of the criminal justice system, including policing, sentencing, and prison reform, and provides policy recommendations based on their findings. Their research focuses on addressing racial and economic disparities within the criminal justice system, as well as the negative social and economic consequences of mass incarceration. JPI also works with advocacy groups, policymakers, and the media to promote their policy recommendations and raise awareness about justice reform issues. Overall, JPI seeks to improve public safety and strengthen communities through effective and equitable justice policies.