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Citing recent police use of force on students in Texas schools by school resource officers, [on May 17th] nine advocacy organizations called on Governor Greg Abbott to establish a task force to examine school policing issues in preparation for the 2017 legislative session and school year.
In recent years, Georgians have quietly and decisively transformed the criminal justice system for adults and children alike. It’s a remarkable story of bipartisan cooperation and consensus-building . . .The process began more than four years ago when Gov. Nathan Deal set into motion a determined dialogue about how to reform the state’s criminal justice system.
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In 2011, the governor created the Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform to address the problems.
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Although it’s premature to offer conclusive data on life outcomes for adults and children affected by the new reforms, early data is strong.