Justice Reinvestment in North Carolina: Analysis and Policy Framework to Reduce Spending on Corrections and Reinvest in Strategies to Increase Public Safety

This brief provides background information about Justice Reinvestment in North Carolina, including key findings and a policy framework to address the state's criminal justice challenges

April 2011 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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