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Presentation to the Connecticut Appropriations and Judiciary Committees
Presentation highlighting Connecticut’s role in blazing a national trail for states using a data-driven "justice reinvestment” approach, as well as an examination of some of Connecticut's criminal justice trends and identification of opportunities for Connecticut to leverage the latest science to further improve public safety outcomes.
The presentation was delivered to the Connecticut Appropriations and Judiciary Committees at their informational forum on Justice Reinvestment on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
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