America is at an inflection point. Polarization and mistrust run rampant and threaten to further divide a fractured society. Among the issues that are most contentious are race, policing and justice. What does justice look like? What is the state of the American Justice system -- are police and the communities they serve at odds or coming together? What can communities do to keep people out of prison and to help those incarcerated transition back into society?
The Atlantic brought together leaders from law enforcement, the legal community, academia, advocacy and the media to explore the latest issues facing today's criminal justice system and highlight innovative thinking on what the criminal justice system should look like.