Adding to the body of evidence of the ineffectiveness and injustice of mass incarceration, the Brennan Center for Justice of the New York University School of Law released a report “How Many Americans Are Unnecessarily Incarcerated?” which states that “Nearly 40 percent of the U.S. prison population — 576,000 people–are behind bars with no compelling public safety reason.” The report provides recommendations for reducing the prison population while keeping crime rates low.
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