Beginning this month, The Crime Report introduces an annual assessment of the most significant criminal justice news and developments of the year, produced with the help of our staff, partners, contributors, and bloggers across the country.
What we want to celebrate and take note of—more than anything else—are developments in criminal justice policy, practice and theory that challenge preconceptions and break new ground; and that are worth following up in 2012.
Lists are inevitably subjective. Your list may . . .
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