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Evidence-Based Ways to Avoid Prison Construction - What Works to Save Money?
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The Washington State Institute for Public Policy, which last January gave us an extraordinary review of what works in adult correctional programs, now tackles the question of evidence-based options to reduce future need for prison beds in a new report, Evidence-Based Public Policy Options to Reduce Future Prison Construction, Criminal Justice Costs, and Crime Rates.




Posted Mon, Nov 6 2006 11:38 AM by Eileen Conway
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