A group of journalists at the University of California, Berkeley report on incarceration in California. Find out more about our project.
Life after release often comes with strict rules and supervision. Find out what it's like for parolees, probationers and GPS-tracked journalists.
Harsher sentencing locks up prisoners for longer and longer. See what life is like for men who grow old, fall ill and die in prison.
California is working to erase decades of racial division in prison housing, but is it working? Take a virtual tour of the Folsom State Prison yard to explore the issue up close.
Grief doesn't end when the perpetrator is sent to prison. Six women discuss losing loved ones to homicide and the lasting effects of crime.
Explore a 50-year-old murder case through The San Francisco Examiner's photo archive and newspaper articles. Was the verdict fair? Decide for yourself.