Criminal Justice Agencies Hit Hard By Budget Cuts

Print More Government budget woes are hitting criminal justice agencies hard, the New York Times says. In Portland, Oreg., where police funding is down, 10 percent in three years, Station houses close at night, and the 960-member force is down 64 officers. With no money for overtime, undercover drug officers sometimes simply stop what they are
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