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The Crime Funnel

an article in The New York Times by David C. Anderson

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Anderson says that we should “stop crimes by the million, rather than lock up criminals by the thousand.”

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He advocates taking the $15 billion now spent on new prisons and put 1/3 of it into each of the following three measures: more community policing, more drug treatment (since most of the robbers and burglars are out for drug money), and improve probation so that ex-cons are more carefully monitored. He notes that out of 35 million crimes each year, only 1.9 million criminals are convicted, and only 500,000 go to prison, since younger or newer criminals get probation.

Out of 35 million crimes each year, only 1.9 million criminals are convicted, and only 500,000 go to prison
Out of 35 million crimes each year, only 1.9 million criminals are convicted, and only 500,000 go to prison