Feds Tout Anticrime Programs That Provably Work

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Government programs to fight crime and drug abuse should be based on scientific knowledge of what approaches work, advocates urged yesterday at a forum in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the U.S. Justice Department. Some 40 percent of federally supported programs on various subjects across the board have not demonstrated their effectiveness, said Clay Johnson III,
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