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Old 10-04-2009, 11:29 AM
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State Leaders Announce Partnership With National Organization To Increase Public Safety, Reduce Recidivism and Corrections Costs. Gov. Lynch was joined by Senate President Sylvia Larsen, House Speaker Terie Norelli, State Rep. Neal Kurk, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick, Attorney General Michael Delaney, Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn and representatives from the Public Safety Performance Project of the Pew Center on the States in announcing the new partnership...


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I love the work the PEW research people due in relation to prison issues. They obviously see the need for reform and present that for people to hear and see in a tangible way....willing to help and seeing the big picture.....not just the monetary savings......though common sense contributes to both.
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I love the work the PEW research people due in relation to prison issues. They obviously see the need for reform and present that for people to hear and see in a tangible way....willing to help and seeing the big picture.....not just the monetary savings......though common sense contributes to both.
Yes, I remember several months ago when you commented about the 'PEW CENTER on the STATES' after my leaving a link to their site in the Parole/Probation vs. Prison thread. They've been around a long time and is an excellent source for practical solutions.
I'm glad the State has teamed-up w/them! Read more about them; Here

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