Washington Post: “Texas leads the way in needed criminal justice reforms”

In the Lone Star State, the effort [to reform the criminal justice system] has conservative roots. Budget-minded state leaders crafted an alternative to perpetually feeding money into prison construction to warehouse non-violent offenders, rather than investing in drug treatment or better parole programs.

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HuffPo credits ROC with utilizing “innovative alternatives” to incarceration

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Calling immigration detention an “outdated model,” this Huffington Post article recognizes the Right On Crime initiative, saying “Where some level of supervision is necessary, advances in technology,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…
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