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Right on Crime | January 28, 2014
Calling immigration detention an “outdated model,” this Huffington Post article recognizes the Right On Crime initiative, saying “Where some level of supervision is necessary, advances in technology, effective case management approaches, and the development of cost-effective alternatives to detention give the federal government the tools to reform its approach. It should take a cue from Texas and other states — prompted by reform movements like ‘Right on Crime’ — that are increasingly turning to the use of more innovative alternatives rather than automatically resorting to confinement.”