For a wealth of resources and reports, see Interrupting Criminalization’s website. See a crowdsourced compilation of abolitionist conferences and convergences here.
Critical Resistance, “Our Communities, Our Solutions: An Organizer’s Toolkit for Developing Campaigns to Abolish Policing,” 2020.
Community Resource Hub, “How to Take Back the Budget: A Guide to Reviewing and Changing the Police Budget in Your Community,” 2020.
Interrupting Criminalization, Defund Police Toolkit, 2020.
Dream Defenders, Defund Police, Rebuild Our Communities, 2020.
Creative Interventions, “Creative Interventions Toolkit,” 2012.
Mariame Kaba and Shira Hassan, Fumbling Towards Repair: A Workbook for Community Accountability Practitioners, 2019.
No New Jails NYC, “Close Rikers Now, We Keep Us Safe: A New Yorker’s Guide to Building Community Care and Safety by Closing Rikers with No New Jails,” 2019.
Forward Together, “We Keep Each Other Safe: A Guide By and For Black, Indigenous, Latinx, POC, and LGBTQ Communities Navigating the COVID-10 Pandemic,” 2020.
Jovida Ross and Weyam Ghadbian, “Turning Towards Each Other: A Conflict Workbook,” 2020.
Lara Brooks and Mariame Kaba, “Whose Security Is It Anyway? A Toolkit to Address Institutional Violence in Nonprofit Organizations,” 2017. [fill out survey to access toolkit]
Showing Up for Racial Justice, “Community Safety for All: Congregational Action Toolkit To Stop Relying on Police,” 2020.
Christians for Abolition, “Toolkit: Building Space for Non-Punitive Accountability in Christian Communities,” 2020.
Jennifer Viets, “Talking Circles at Home and Parenting Restoratively,” 2020. [fill out survey to receive toolkit]
Community Justice Exchange, “Abolitionist Principle and Campaign Strategies for Prosecutor Organizing,” 2019.
Community Justice Exchange, “An Organizer’s Guide to Confronting Pretrial Risk Assessment Tools in Decarceration Campaigns,” 2019.
Critical Resistance and Community Justice Exchange, “On the Road to Freedom: An Abolitionist Assessment of Pretrial and Bail Reforms,” 2021.
Abolition Action, “Abolition: How We Keep Us Safe,” 2021.