The March issue looks at the debate over the minimum wage, health reform in the states, the long energy relationship between Canada and the U.S. and much more.
Justice Reinvestment is a process used by a growing number of states to curb corrections costs, reduce offender recidivism and maintain public safety. The data-driven reforms have been bipartisan, cross-governmental and impactful. Policies aim to reduce spending on corrections and reinvest the savings in strategies that increase public safety and hold offenders accountable.
Justice Reinvestment typically involves:
Meetings and Multi-Media
For more information, visit NCSL’s Sentencing and Corrections Page. Learn about Criminal Justice program partnerships with the Public Safety Performance Project of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Bureau of Justice Assistance in the Office of Justice Programs.
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