Pew Public Safety Performance Project summarizes JRI reforms

In a recent report the Pew Public Safety Performance Project summarized reforms undertaken as part of a decade-long effort by the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI), in which 36 states have enacted laws implementing research-based changes to their sentencing, release, oversight, and supervision policies.

The report looked at five approaches to reducing populations under community supervision: earned compliance credits,  reduced probation terms, evidence-based practice requirements,  graduated responses for violations, and limits on revocation sentences.

Read the full report here.

Story originally published by the Crime Report.

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Pew Public Safety Performance Project summarizes JRI reforms

In a recent report the Pew Public Safety Performance Project summarized reforms undertaken as part of a decade-long effort by the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI), in which 36 states have enacted laws implementing research-based changes to their sentencing, release, oversight, and supervision policies.

The report looked at five approaches to reducing populations under community supervision: earned compliance credits,  reduced probation terms, evidence-based practice requirements,  graduated responses for violations, and limits on revocation sentences.

Read the full report here.

Story originally published by the Crime Report.

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