Eradicating disparities in the criminal justice system and reducing mass incarceration requires multileveled intervention designs. Increasingly, agencies and organizations face pressure to implement reform efforts. Evidence-based strategies must be locally relevant and integrated into existing systems to function efficiently. We incorporate a translational research approach, with evidence-based strategies, findings, and recommendations embedded in community-engaged research to increase the likelihood of success in addressing mass incarceration through criminal justice reform. Our research projects—partnerships among criminal justice agencies, nonprofits, and academic researchers—result in community and policy-level interventions for the reduction of mass incarceration at the local, state and federal levels.