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Right on Crime | December 6, 2010
There is good news out of Vermont today — the incarceration rate is declining. According to Vermont Public Radio: “At the end of November, 2,112 people were incarcerated in Vermont prisons. Another 581 Vermonters were held in out-of-state prisons. All told, that’s about 250 fewer prisoners than last year at this time.”
The statistics above come from the below interview with the Vermont Corrections Commissioner, Andy Pallito.[audio:http://rightoncrime.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/2010_1206_vtedsegb.mp3|titles=2010_1206_vtedsegb.mp3]