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Community Supervision in Wisconsin

| June 3, 2019

Right on Crime Wisconsin State Director, Thomas Lyons, discusses the current state of community corrections in Wisconsin. While the use of community supervision is a positive criminal justice tactic, there are areas in which the system can improve. Lyons discusses 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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THOMAS LYONS entered the legal field after receiving an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois and a law degree from Marquette University. Working in offices in Kewaunee and Sheboygan Counties, Tom’s practice focused primarily on criminal defense, juvenile, and mental health law. Switching to the world of policy, Tom started as a legislative aide to a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, followed by a State Senator, and for a brief time Governor Scott Walker before joining Right on Crime on 2017.

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