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  1. Total rehabilitation means that every convict who serves any sentence- be it thirty days, or thirty years, in prison or on probation-becomes a law-abiding citizen upon release; there is no recidivism at any time. If all criminals were recidivists, total rehabilitation would reduce the crime rate to zero.

    • Ernest Van Den Haag
    • 1982
  2. Jan 01, 2003 · Increases in the real minimum wage also significantly reduce robberies and murders: 3.4 to 3.7 percent fewer robberies with a 10 percent increase in the minimum wage and 6.3 to 6.9 percent fewer murders. The police measure that most consistently reduces crime is the arrest rate of those involved in crime, the study finds.

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  5. Apr 02, 2020 · New York City is experiencing a 12.4% increase in overall crimes for the First Quarter of 2020 (22,949 v. 20,410). For the month of March, rape decreased by 37.3% (99 v. 158). Rape continues to be underreported. If you have been a victim of sexual assault, please come forward.

  6. Dec 26, 2017 · Learn More About Reducing Crime Less Than 15% Receive Treatment Most criminal offenders have some form of mental health or substance abuse issue. These offenders need treatment. I feel that correctional facilities should be providing quality treatment to offenders. Yes, they have done wrong, but they are facing their punishment.