Intense Supervision Of Ex-Convicts Backed In Mass.

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Massachusetts can reduce crime and save millions of dollars by intensely supervising and assisting thousands of offenders who are released from state prisons and county jails every year, says a research organization, according to the Boston Globe. Elyse Clawson, director of the Crime and Justice Institute in Boston, said the state is at risk of
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