Jailing the Homeless

~ County Jail could be largest homeless shelter in area – YouTube


~ LA County Jail overflows with homeless, mentally ill inmates I ABC7 – YouTube


~ NBC2 Investigates- Homeless FL man costs taxpayers $300,000 – YouTube


~ Homeless population doubles at County Jail – YouTube


~ Why Do Homeless People End Up In Jail- – YouTube


~ A California Sheriff And Prosecutor Want To Jail Homeless People. Their Plan Is Unlawful. – The Appeal


~ Arresting, jailing homeless has cost Volusia taxpayers millions – Daytona Beach News-Journal


~ Bakersfield Proposes Fighting Homelessness by Jailing People for Misdemeanor Drug Offenses – KTLA


~ Bakersfield wants to end homelessness by putting people in jail – Los Angeles Times


~ Cruel and unusual – The Washington Post


~ Dallas must stop arresting homeless people for not having homes – The Dallas Morning News


~ Homeless Man Seeks Jail to Avoid Cold Weather Video – ABC News


~ Incarceration and Homelessness – National Health Care for the Homeless Council


~ Jail is Bakersfield’s solution to fighting homelessness – SFGATE


~ Jailing homeless man for sitting on the ground “without reasonable excuse” described as “simply cruel” – Somerset Live


~ Jailing the homeless perpetuates problem – The San Francisco Examiner


~ Miami Considers Jailing Homeless People For Eating, Sleeping In Public – ThinkProgress


~ Nearly 80% of the money budgeted for Operation Rio Grande was used for policing, jail beds and court costs – The Salt Lake Tribute


~ One County Spent Over $5 Million Jailing Homeless People Instead Of Giving Them Homes – ThinkProgress


~ Portland One-Legged Homeless Man Discharged From Jail Without Wheelchair – ABC News


~ The Jailing of America’s Homeless- Evaluating the Rabble Management Thesis. Crime & Delinquency – Sci-Hub


~ The vicious cycle of incarceration and homelessness – PBS NewsHour


~ A Florida County Spent Over $5 Million Jailing Homeless People. It Could’ve Spent Less On Shelter – HuffPost

~ ACLU of Colorado alleges Colorado Springs court created ‘debtors’ prison’ by jailing hundreds of homeless – Government – The Gazette

~ Homeless filling jail cells in Acadiana at huge cost to taxpayers – theadvocate.com

~ Inside Kern County’s plan to reduce homelessness by jailing misdemeanor drug offenses – bakersfield.com