State crime data shows New Hampshire police disproportionately arrest people of color

The state Department of Safety collects and publishes information from law enforcement agencies each year as part of a national crime data reporting program run by the FBI. The site, maintained by the Justice Information Bureau’s Uniform Crime Reporting unit, allows users to sort through the data, perform basic number-crunching and analysis, and create tables and charts, among other features. READ MORE

For inmates, a new hurdle in education

Like schools everywhere, the Corrections Special School District, which serves New Hampshire’s state prison system, has been forced to modify classes to protect students and staff against the coronavirus. Even though incarceration is a far cry from the freedom of the outside world where an abundance of caution has altered school instruction, teachers inside the bubble of the prison walls only see their students for one class period a week at most. READ MORE