A Thousand Small Sanities: Crime Control Lessons from New York

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Author: Greg Berman

A Thousand Small Sanities attempts to tease out some of the lessons from New York City’s dramatic crime (and incarceration) decline in recent years—lessons that may be applicable to policymakers and practitioners in the United Kingdom.

This is the first in a series of publications that will be released by the Center for Justice Innovation in 2012, including papers that outline the best practices in community payback projects and lessons from the Intensive Alternative to Custody programme launched in England and Wales in 2009.

-Center for Justice Innovation


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