Analyses of Crime, Community Corrections, and Sentencing Policies in Michigan

This policy brief summarizes the findings of the CSG Justice Center. These findings should provide the working group with a data-driven foundation upon which to review and consider policy options to increase public safety and reduce spending on corrections.

January 2009 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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