December 5, 2008
"Putting Public Safety First"
The title of this post is the title of this new report from Pew Public Safety Performance Project. Here is the text of an e-mail I received today about this report:
A new policy brief from the Pew Public Safety Performance Project highlights community corrections strategies that can help policy makers and practitioners improve public safety and make better use of scarce public funds. Putting Public Safety First: 13 Strategies for Successful Supervision and Reentry is part of an ongoing series of policy briefs published by The Pew Center on the States. The 13 strategies outlined in this brief were the consensus findings from two meetings of national experts held over the past year by the Urban Institute, in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the JEHT Foundation.
This briefing is a companion piece to a longer report produced by the Urban Institute with the support of the JEHT Foundation, NIC and the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The report includes examples from the field and describes each of the 13 strategies in more detail....
We hope you can use this policy brief to help make the case for more cost-effective corrections in your work with policy makers and managers.
December 5, 2008 at 01:30 PM | Permalink
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