At the age of 20 Chelsea was arrested for DUI, and that experience drives her desire to see first time and non-violent offenders treated differently than violent repeat offenders. She makes the case for smart criminal justice reform here on the podcast today.
Chelsea Murphy is the Right on Crime state director for Florida. She has been immersed in Florida politics for the past decade and advocated on behalf of various clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to trade associations, nonprofits, and local governments. More specific to justice reform she represented the largest and oldest private provider for re-entry programming in the state of Florida, helped start two smart justice coalitions, and represented a variety of mental and behavioral health stakeholders. Murphy has a B.A. from Florida State University. She is based in Tallahassee, Florida.
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- Chelsea Murphy — Chelsea Murphy is the Right on Crime state director for Florida. She has been immersed in Florida politics for the past decade and advocated on behalf of various clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to trade associations, nonprofits, and local governments.
- Tennessee Leaders Define Conservative Criminal Justice Reform – Right on CrimeRight on Crime — Where use of incarceration is concerned, thoughtful criminal justice advocates tend to draw a distinction between those to be “scared of” versus others “we are mad at.” This makes sense. Conservative leaders in Tennessee, led by Gov. Bill Lee, are enacting policies that recognize this distinction in order to improve the overall effectiveness of the state’s criminal justice system.
The 2021 Tennessee legislative session brought comprehensive criminal justice reforms championed by conservative leaders. Right on Crime proudly supported these reforms for the immediate and long term, positive impact on public safety. Two bills championed by Governor Lee passed; the first, to expand and improve the overall effectiveness of alternative sentencing policies in Tennessee, and the other, the Reentry Success Act, will improve the likelihood of an individual’s successful integration back into the community following release. Moreover, Tennessee lawmakers joined law enforcement to champion policing reforms aimed at improving law enforcement training, and to address certain police practices relative to interaction with the community.