Justice Reinvestment in North Carolina: Reducing Spending on Corrections and Reinvesting in Strategies to Increase Public Safety

This brief provides a snapshot of corrections, recidivism, and cost trends in North Carolina and describes the Justice Reinvestment process.

April 2010 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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