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  1. reduce the crime rate. Perhaps even total rehabilitation would make only a modest dent in the crime rate.9 III Let me make a second heroic assumption. Regardless of what the actual proportion of first offenders is, suppose that up to now most crimes were committed by recidivists and only a small proportion by

    • Ernest Van Den Haag
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    • 1982
  2. Mar 07, 2018 · March 7, 2018. Criminal justice. New York City. The New York City jail population recently dipped below 9,000 for the first time in 35 years – down from a high of more than 20,000 people. In a related development, crime in the city has also reached historic lows. We now find ourselves on the brink of systemic change: the mayor, the City ...

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  4. Jan 01, 2003 · When the arrest rate of robbers rose 10 percent, the number of robberies fell 5.7 to 5.9 percent. During the 1990s, crime rates in New York City dropped dramatically, even more than in the United States as a whole. Violent crime declined by more than 56 percent in the City, compared to about 28 percent in the nation as whole.

  5. EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 10: ESTABLISHING THE NEW YORK STATE COMMISSION ON SENTENCING REFORM. WHEREAS, criminal sentences should appropriately reflect the seriousness of the offender’s crime, and should meet the multiple objectives of punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation, retribution, and isolation; and

  6. Mar 24, 2020 · Rehab Programs Cut Recidivism: Study. Adult offenders who participated in rehabilitation programs committed fewer offenses compared with adults who did not participate, according to an analysis ...

  7. Oct 23, 2020 · Rehabilitation should be considered upon the severity and circumstances of the crime and the offender's background. Some violent offenders don’t deserve second chances, but some offenders do. We already know how overcrowded our correctional facilities are, so incarcerating a non-violent offender just does not make much sense to me.

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