NYC Diversion Programs Under Scrutiny After Arrest In Officer’s Killing

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At a time of national focus on inmates' being released from prisons back to their communities, debate in New York City has swirled over criminal justice reforms, some decades old, aimed at keeping people from ever reaching a jail cell, says the New York Times. The fatal shooting in October of officer Randolph Holder and
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