Virtual Panel: States Can Stop Wasting Time & Start Improving Safety with Probation Reform

Join a Special Panel Discussion with PEW States, and Americans for Tax Reform on April 20th at 2PM. Streaming live on Facebook & YouTube.

States across the country are missing opportunities to improve their probation practices, to the detriment of public safety, and taxpayers’ wallets, according to a new report from PEW.

When it comes to criminal justice, time alone does not improve outcomes for safety, or the individuals in the system. Conservative reforms have shown for years that incentives, and individualized programming can reduce recidivism.

Join us for a special panel to discuss how states can stop wasting time with their probation practices, and start improving public safety. The panel will feature Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist, and Connie Utada, and Tracy Velasquez with the PEW Public Safety Performance Project.


Please mark your calendars and join us:

Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 

2:00 PM to 2:45PM EST

Streaming live on Facebook & YouTube



Connie Utada, Manager, PEW Public Safety Performance Project

Tracy Velasquez, Manager, PEW Public Safety Performance Project

Grover Norquist, President, Americans for Tax Reform

Doug Kellogg, State Projects Director, Americans for Tax Reform


If you would like to submit a question for the panel, please email: [email protected]