Concept of Criminal Justice System a Legacy of LBJ Panel

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If you've ever called 911 to report an emergency, thank President Johnson's Crime Commission. Establishing a national emergency number was just one of more than 200 recommendations the panel offered in a landmark 1967 report "for a safer and more just society," NPR reports. The report, "The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society," called for sweeping changes . . .

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