Criminal Justice Study Begun In Massachusetts

Print More With a focus on employing cutting-edge crime fighting techniques, Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey yesterday announced creation of a 106-member commission that will begin a “comprehensive, cross-disciplinary look at the criminal justice system at every level,” the Boston Globe reports. Called the Commission on Criminal Justice Innovation, the panel will report to Gov. Mitt
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