‘Good Behavior’ Credits Did Not Increase Recidivism in MO Study

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The state's four-year-old policy of reducing sentences for nonviolent offenders on probation or parole has cut the number of individuals under community supervision by 18 percent, with no impact on public safety, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts briefing paper.
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