Lower Costs, Lower Crime

New legislation introduced in Michigan promises to help the state slash its corrections costs and improve the security of its communities.

Justice Fellowship director Pat Nolan and Prison Fellowship Chairman of the Board Mike Timmis published an op-ed in the Detroit Free Press this past Saturday that explains how the state should get smart about the way its handles crime and punishment. These reforms, based on fiscal responsibility, justice, and safety, come at a critical time for Michigan as it seeks the best way to grapple with budget deficits and high crime rates.


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