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Advancing Reforms to Community Supervision in Texas

| June 3, 2019

Right on Crime’s Marc Levin and Michael Haugen discuss the current state of community corrections in Texas. While the use of community supervision is a positive criminal justice tactic, there are areas in which the system can improve. Levin and Haugen discuss these in order to discover how community supervision can be most effective in order to increase public safety, and reduce taxpayer dollars through reductions in recidivism.

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MARC A. LEVIN  is Vice President of Criminal Justice Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Based in Austin, Texas, Levin is an attorney and an accomplished author on legal and public policy issues. Levin served as a law clerk to Judge Will Garwood on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and Staff Attorney at the Texas Supreme Court. In 1999, he graduated with honors from the University of Texas with a B.A. in Plan II Honors and Government. In 2002, Levin received his J.D. with honors from the University of Texas School of Law. Levin’s articles on law and public policy have been featured in national and international media outlets that regularly turn to him for conservative analysis of states’ criminal justice challenges.

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