Women’s Share Of Crime Up; Ok. Probes Imprisonment

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The incarceration rate for women in Oklahoma is is more than double the national average. The legislature has set up a task force to learn why. The New York Times says that nationally, from 1993 through 2002, while overall crime was falling, the number of women arrested rose 14.1 percent while male arrests dropped 5.9
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