Justice Reinvestment in Wisconsin: Analyses and Policy Options to Reduce Spending on Corrections and Increase Public Safety

This brief presents analyses of Wisconsin crime trends and the prison population, drivers of prison population growth, community supervision issues, and effective assessment and evaluation. It also provides a Justice Reinvestment policy framework to reduce corrections spending and increase public safety.

May 2009 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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