28 May 2009

Prisons Close Due To Lack Of Criminals (TRUE STORY)

With U.S. Prisons Overcrowded, Other Countries Get By Without Massive Arrests

In this country, especially here in Baltimore, crime strategy seems to be built around making as many arrests as possible. Has it worked? We'll explore this in the near future. Popular wisdom would have you believe if there's lots of arrests, it must be because there are a lot of criminals. Since we arrest more people in this country than just about any other place in the world, we should be just about free from crime by now.

Do we just have so many criminals, or is something seriously wrong? The issue of failed crime strategies centered around high volume arrests is one we will explore in great detail in the near future. Meanwhile, check out this eye opening story from the Netherlands about laying off prison guards and closing down prisons.



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