Repaying Debts

This publication from The Council of State Governments Justice Center discusses how policymakers can increase accountability among people who commit crimes, improve rates of child support collection and victim restitution, and make people’s transition from prisons and jails to the community safe and successful.

Rachel L. McLean and Michael D. Thompson | October 2007 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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