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Examining the Incarceration Policy/Funding Bind
Thinking About Corrections


The Pew Center on the States has released a new report examining how states are coping with burgeoning prison populations and whether public safety is effectively being purchased with high incarceration costs.  In One in 100: Behind Bars in America 2008, Pew reviews the varying state trends in prison growth, costs associated with them, and efforts to forge new directions in controlling crime and costs.

Posted Thu, Feb 28 2008 10:56 AM by Anonymous


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