Anticrime Gains At Risk In Fund Cuts, Sherman Says

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Many benefits from the last decade’s dramatic crime drops are at risk because federally backed anticrime research is being cut, says criminologist Lawrence W. Sherman of the University of Pennsylvania. He noted that the current federal budget marks a 35-year low in aid for research into ways police can prevent crime. The National Institute of
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