Commissioned by the Developing Justice Coalition, this report examines alternatives to incarceration for nonviolent drug offenses. The report discusses the potential cost savings and the social benefits of sentencing nonviolent drug offenders to mandated substance abuse treatment and intensive community supervision instead of prison.
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Title: Sentencing Reform for Nonviolent Offenses: Benefits and Estimated Savings for Illinois
Publication date 2004-10-01
Publication Year 2004
, Susan K. Shapiro
Center for Impact Research
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Illinois
, drug offenses
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