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10 Steps for Corrections Directors, Plus Assessing Consistency and Fairness in Sentencing
Thinking About Corrections


As a result of "hundreds of hours of interviews with a wide cross section of officials from 45 state corrections departments in an effort to spotlight the most effective management practices," the Pew Center on the States brings us Ten Steps Corrections Directors Can Take to Strengthen Performance, which "showcases innovative strategies to improve correctional systems’ performance, transparency and accountability."  Also new on the Pew site is  Assessing Consistency and Fairness in Sentencing: A Comparative Study in Three States," which it calls a "first-ever comprehensive, comparative evaluation of states that use sentencing guidelines," looking at Minnesota, Michigan, and Virginia.

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