Incarceration and Public Health Our goal is to examine mass incarceration through a public health lens and infuse criminal justice issues into the fabric of public health education. David Norman, IPHAN Advisory Committee Member "Approaching criminal justice policy from a public health perspective has the capacity to foster human flourishing." Seed Grants Available IPHAN is proud to make seed grants available to help programs of public health develop and expand educational opportunities related to incarceration. Rikers Innocence Lost Learn more about Rikers Innocence Lost by watching a short video about the impacts of the criminal justice system on inmates and their family members. Q&A: IPHAN Film Screening Spring 2018 COMING SOON See responses to questions answered by panelists about their lived experiences and find out what you can do to support those affected by the system.