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NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF PRISON AND JAIL INMATES SPENT TIME
IN SEGREGATION OR SOLITARY CONFINEMENT IN 2011–12
WASHINGTON – Nearly 20 percent of state and federal prison inmates and 18 percent of local jail inmates had spent time in...
Preventing Violence in Schools With Community Policing: An Evaluation Strategy for the Robeson County School Outreach Program, First Findings
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MALE VETERANS LESS THAN HALF AS LIKELY AS MALE NON-VETERANS TO BE IN PRISON IN 2004
Veterans Older, Better Educated Than Other State and Federal Prisoners
WASHINGTON - There were an estimated 140,000 veterans held in state and federal prisons in 2004...
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FOUR IN 10 INDIAN COUNTRY JAIL INMATES WERE HELD FOR A VIOLENT OFFENSE
WASHINGTON - At midyear 2007, an estimated 4 in 10 inmates in Indian country jails were confined for a violent offense, the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)...