NYC Jail Admissions Drop 46.9% Over Two Decades

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Jail admissions declined between 1995 and 2015 as crime dropped 60 percent. Jeremy Travis, president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, says the findings suggest "the emergency of a criminal justice system ... that is far less intrusive in the lives of New Yorkers, particularly for young men of color . . .

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