KeywordAlaska Criminal Justice Commission (2015–2017)
criminal justice reform
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AbstractThis article summarizes the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission's recommendations for criminal justice reform in Alaska included in the Commission's Justice Reinvestment Report released in December 2015.
Table of Contents[Introduction] / CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSION / Implement evidence-based pretrial practices / Focus prison beds on serious and violent offenders / Strengthen supervision and interventions to reduce recidivism / Ensure oversight and accountability / Reinvestment / ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS / [SIDEBAR:] Resources
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationArmstrong, Barbara. (2016). "Justice Reinvestment Report." Alaska Justice Forum 32(4): 4–6 (Winter 2016).
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