Justice Official Urges Evidence-Based Crime Policy

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Anticrime practices should be based on scientific evidence, says Deborah Daniels, assistant U.S. Attorney General for the Office of Justice Programs. Daniels said the Justice Department is developing a Web site that will catalogue “what works” against crime based on solid academic research. Daniels spoke yesterday at the annual Jerry Lee Crime Prevention Symposium sponsored
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