More Probation Staff Helps Cut Ct. Inmate Count

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A drop in Connecticut’s prison population is the largest in the country and is evidence that the state is getting smart on crime, say state officials quoted by the Hartford Courant. The number of inmates in the state’s prisons dropped by 4.2 percent, from 20,720 in 2002 to 19,846 at the end of 2003. The
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