Crime Response Strategies Must Change, Experts Say

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http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog/RUTHCC.html "America's crime response strategies of the past three decades will have to change," Henry Ruth and Kevin R. Reitz delare in a significant new book on anticrime policy. In "The Challenge of Crime," the authors base their conclusion mainly on two trends: terrorism threats' taking resources from traditional law enforcement, and economic downturns that mean fewer jobs for the many thousands of former offenders on the streets. Ruth and Reitz call for more crime prevention programs and a wider . . .

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