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Here at Policy Inc., we want a society where justice is equitable and accessible to all, regardless of race or socio-economic status. As a 501C(3) non-profit policy advocacy organization, we are dedicated to engaging policymakers and stakeholders in the criminal justice system to shape and implement reforms that eliminate harsh and ineffective laws that disproportionately impact communities of color and low-income populations. We envision a future where our criminal justice system promotes healing and rehabilitation rather than punishment and retribution, and where every person is treated with dignity, respect, and fairness. Through collaborative efforts and evidence-based solutions, we strive to create a more just and equitable society for all.

Our Mission


Our team of experts work tirelessly to research and identify legislation and policies that have a disproportionate impact on marginalized communities. We use real-world data and research to build strong cases and advocate for reforms that will promote greater equity and justice.


We understand that achieving meaningful criminal justice reform requires a collaborative effort that involves policymakers, stakeholders, and the community. Our approach is grounded in research and data, and we work closely with policymakers to identify areas where reform is needed most. 


We understand that the conditions of confinement in jails and prisons can have a profound impact on individuals and families involved in the system. We work closely with individuals and families who are impacted by incarceration to use their experiences and identify areas where change is needed. 

What's New!

The Essays

I yelled several times to gain the attention of the correction officers; the pain was immense. “Please Stop!” I yelled over and over, but to no avail my calls for help were met with inattention and silence. 

We know who you are! We know that what happened to you is bullsh*t! 

When the officer said, “If you’re white, your life is really f*cked up”, I am fully persuaded he was speaking through N.R.T. (Negative Race Transference). 

Yup, the black guy. 

Bills in Action

Support Bills to Improve the Lives of Incarcerated Individuals!

Join the fight for justice and click now to learn more about the bills on incarcerated individuals being fought and signed into law! Your support can make a real difference in the lives of those who our justice system has impacted. Don’t wait – take action today and participate in the movement towards a more fair and equitable society!

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Prison Conditions

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Voting Justice

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Parole Reform

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Legislative Reforms

The Value of Higher Education

We at Policy Inc. are advocating for the immediate implementation of a pilot program which will begin to mitigate some of the harm done to not just the wrongfully convicted individuals, but their family, and by extension the community they have been taken from.


Let's Vote

The Released can now vote

The restoration of voting rights to formerly incarcerated individuals has been a contentious issue across the United States. In New York State, this issue has gained significant attention in recent years as advocates push for a change in the law to allow those who have completed their sentences to participate in the democratic process.


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