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Community Corrections in Ohio-Cost Savings and Program Effectiveness

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In Category : Place Based Reform, Reentry, Community Reinvestment, Criminal Justice Reform

Community corrections have gained acceptance across the United States as a response to the growing costs of traditional correctional settings. Their increased use is based on the fact that such programs are generally cheaper, because they entail shorter periods of control, but also thought to be more effective than residential prisons and jails in reducing future criminal behavior.


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