The Public Policy Institute of California says in a new study that low-level felons who were released from prison into local supervision were somewhat more likely to commit new crimes than similar parolees prior to realignment. Further, the PPIC says the realignment prisoner’s recidivism rate was 71.9 percent.
The Public Policy Institute of California says in a new study that low-level felons who were released from prison into local supervision were somewhat more likely to commit new crimes than similar parolees prior to realignment. Further, the PPIC says the realignment prisoner’s recidivism rate was 71.9 percent. David J. Phillip Associated Press file
The Public Policy Institute of California says in a new study that low-level felons who were released from prison into local supervision were somewhat more likely to commit new crimes than similar parolees prior to realignment. Further, the PPIC says the realignment prisoner’s recidivism rate was 71.9 percent. David J. Phillip Associated Press file
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The crime debate continues, and bail reform will be next

December 14, 2017 12:01 AM