Cops, docs and bureaucrats all agree holes in mental health and substance abuse treatment go hand-in-hand with Wyoming’s prison crowding problem.
Wyoming gets outside researchers funded by the U.S. Department of Justice to look for reforms. But will they convince the state’s prosecutors?
Judiciary committee would allow sentencing options for parole and probation violations — an element of last year’s failed reform efforts.
Lessons learned in other states offer a map forward for criminal justice reform advocates in Wyoming.
Part 2 of a WyoFile investigation into the legislative death of popular efforts to reform Wyoming’s criminal justice system