2-Day Virtual Hearing Addresses State Of Corrections In Delaware


A virtual summit on the State of Corrections in Delaware has begun. The two-day virtual event features nationally-known speakers, roundtable discussions and community listening sessions. Topics include physical and mental wellness of incarcerated individuals, juvenile justice, the experiences of correctional staff. and Delaware’s re-entry programs, among other issues. The sessions continue Wednesday between 10 a.m.…

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‘Clean Slate’ Initiative Takes Shape In Del.


A ‘clean slate’ campaign is underway in Delaware. The ACLU of Delaware and other coalitions and advocates are looking to build on a national movement to ‘automate the clearing of criminal records after a period of time.’ They said this would allow people who have served their debt to society to move on with their…

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Constitutional Amendment Proposal Passes Del. State Senate


A proposed amendment to the Delaware state Constitution that would prohibit discrimination based on race, color or national origin advances in the Delaware General Assembly. The State Senate overwhelmingly approved the bill Tuesday. It’s part of a package of justice-based measures announced last week by the Delaware Legislative Black Caucus. The proposed amendment moves to…

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