Philadelphia Sees Progress in Year-Old Jail Reform Initiative

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Philadelphia is making progress in its bold reform initiative to reduce the local jail population by one-third in three years, reports the city's Inquirer. The number of inmates has fallen nearly 12 percent, from 7,486 last April to 6,603 as of last month, according to city data. This has been no small task. Philadelphia has the . . .

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