US crime victims and taxpayers could benefit from reductions in mass incarceration and particularly new approaches to effective ways to stop homicides, drug deaths and traffic fatalities, but it has not happened yet–despite NYT headlines! A new book on Smarter Crime Control will be released in November. It uses evidence to guide a real shift saving hundreds of billions of harm to victims and as much as $100 billion in wasted taxes.!
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