Pew Center on the States: Reducing Recidivism Video

May 15, 2013

States spend $50 billion a year on corrections, yet four out of ten prisoners wind up back behind bars within three years of release. In this short video, produced by the Pew Center on the States, learn how states are breaking this cycle of recidivism, and saving money, by implementing evidence-based programs and policies including risk assessment, fiscal incentives and swift and certain sanctions.

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