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Federal Prison System: Justice Department Has Used Alternatives to Incarceration, but Could Better Measure Program Outcomes
Diana C. Maurer (au)
Since 1980, the federal prison population increased from about 25,000 to almost 200,000, as of March 2016. In part to help reduce the size and related costs of the federal prison population, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has taken steps to slow its growth by pursuing alternatives to incarceration at various stages of the criminal justice process for nonviolent, low-level offenders. This report (1) describes factors criminal justice stakeholders consider when using incarceration alternatives at or before sentencing and identifies the extent to which those alternatives are used; (2) describes factors the DOJäó»s Bureau of Prisons (BOP) considers when using incarceration alternatives for inmates and the extent of their use; and (3) assesses the extent DOJ has measured the cost implications and outcomes of using the alternatives. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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