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November 9, 2007

Great JPI briefs on public safety research

I just noticed at this website that the Justice Policy Institute has now released three effective briefs in its "Series on Public Safety."  Here are the basics (with links) on the briefs in the series:

Housing and Public Safety shows that increased availability of housing is associated with positive public safety outcomes.  The first in the series, Education and Public Safety, was released in August.  The second in the series, Employment, Wages and Public Safety was released in October.

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