Counting Costs in Criminal Justice


A new report suggests that looking for ways to save money throughout our justice system could actually lead to improved outcomes.

According to “Balanced Justice” a report released Wednesday by the Institute for Policy Integrity and the Center for Administration of Criminal Law, when policy makers use cost-benefit analysis in determining the effectiveness of criminal justice programs, best practices often rise to the top.

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