Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Great Material Just Posted to the Public Safety Performance Project's Web Site

Just passing on an e-news announcement sent from Pew's Public Safety Performance Project regarding the posting of new material including case studies of sentencing reform in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas and Rhode Island:

The Web site of the Public Safety Performance Project – The Pew Charitable Trusts’ project on sentencing and corrections policy – has recently been updated.

The site now includes a case study about North Carolina’s experience with developing cost-corrections reform.

Also, we have added examples of the media’s extensive coverage of the project’s report Public Safety, Public Spending: Forecasting America’s Prison Population 2007-2011, and news about the project’s kick-off event featuring U.S. Senator Sam Brownback and leading
state experts.

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