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Extractions: From 1991 to 1998 the rate of crime in the United States fell by 22 percent. This decline occurred during a period when the number of state and federal prisoners rose substantially, from 789,610 to 1,252,830. These two developments have led some observers to conclude that the massive increase in incarceration caused the dramatic decline in crime. Diminishing Returns: Crime and Incarceration in the 1990s from the Washington, D.C.-based Sentencing Project examines this contention by comparing state-level changes in the use of imprisonment. Major findings of the report include: Crime rates declined nationally during this period, but the states that increased their use of incarceration greater than the national average achieved smaller reductions in crime than the states with below average increases. "Above average" states increased their rate of incarceration by 72 percent and experienced a 13 percent decline in crime. "Below average" states increased imprisonment by 30 percent and crime rates declined by 17 percent.
Extractions: A living scrapbook of injustices in progress and the tools to set them right Restoring reputations to the defamed Telling the truth about the undefamable Tuesday September 20 2005 11:52:22 EDTYear of the David Milgaard Inquiry: 36 years of Saskatchewan police misconduct and illegal tactics are being revealed! Stonechild Immigrants don't want to live here Crime Statistics from 2003 Income stats 2003 Saskatchewan: injustice to youth Scroll down to check out the budget In 2005, the centenary year, thre is still nothing to address youth problems Sask. leads in jailed youth Anne Kyle, Saskatchewan News Network; Regina Leader-Post, October 15, 2004 REGINA More young offenders are locked up in Saskatchewan than anywhere else in Canada, says a Statistics Canada report. The province has the highest youth incarceration rate in Canada at 34 per 10,000 youth, according to 2002-03 figures released by the national agency. The national average is 12.5 per 10,000 youth. "These aren't the most current figures, but it is true Saskatchewan had the highest youth incarceration rate in that year and has had in the previous 10 years," said Corrections and Public Safety Department spokesperson Bob Kary.
Extractions: Main Friday :: May 28, 2004 Texas Leads Nation in Incarceration Rate Not only are 1 in every 75 men in the U.S. in jail , but the rate in some states is dramatically higher than in others. Who leads? Texas ...not just in the number of texecutions but also in the number of inmates: A federal study released Thursday shows that Texas led the nation in the number of inmates incarcerated in state prisons and county jails in June 2003. Texas had 164,222 inmates on the last day of that month, about 800 more than California. The Texas inmate population was up by 4.2 percent, or 6,578 inmates, from June 2002, according to the study by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. Texas' June 2003 incarceration rate also was the highest in the nation, with 692 inmates per 100,000 population. Mississippi ran a close second with an incarceration rate of 688 per 100,000 residents.....Overall, the report said the nation's federal, state and local prisons and jails were holding more than 2 million people on June 30, 2003, the largest number in four years. Here's DOJ' s Press Release on the report.
Extractions: hostName = '.blogs.com'; ABOUT US ARCHIVES LINKS An Eclectic Digest of Science, Art and Literature Main In the past week I have had two intense debates way out of my area of expertise about the so-called "Ambulance-Homicide" theory. The theory claims, according to this NYT magazine piece (Reg Req'd) that despite the drop-off in murder rates, Americans aren't necessarily less murderous. Instead, they are simply less able to finish each other off because EMT services are so much better than they used to be. What surprised me, however, was how wrong I was about violent crime in America overall, which is down over the past ten years not only proportionately (no surprise there) but also in many cases numerically. Contrary to what I thought, America, and not just NYC, really is getting safer across the board (thank you, TD, SML, and DCJG). But - and here comes a big N.B. - something curious happens when two particular crimes - by far the frequent violent crime, Aggravated Assault, and the most talked-about crime, Murder - are foregrounded. From NYT: "Harris [the author of the Ambulance-Homicide theory] stumbled upon this simple idea after years of trying to figure out why the aggravated-assault rate skyrocketed by several hundred percent over the past four decades, while the murder rate has remained flat, never increasing or decreasing by more than 50 percent. In ''Murder and Medicine,'' a paper published in May in the journal Homicide Studies, Harris and three other researchers determined that the murder rate is being artificially suppressed because thousands of potential homicide victims each year are now receiving swift medical attention and surviving. Americans, in other words, aren't any less murderous it's just getting harder for us to kill one another. Our modern 911 dispatchers, E.M.S. technicians, trauma-care units and emergency-room surgeons have been saving patients who were on the cusp of becoming murder statistics and moving them into the aggravated-assault column."
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Extractions: August 10, 2005 (AgapePress) - It's not always easy for cultural observers to explain why certain trends occur, but in the case of violent crime, the positive trends might be best explained by the fact that more criminals are winding up in prison and staying there. With the exception of 2001, violent crime has declined in each of the last 12 years, according to the FBI. Total crime rates dropped 33 percent in that period, while violent crimes dropped a staggering 60 percent. One possible reason for those declining rates? In an article in Forbes magazine, Dan Seligman said, "There's a stunningly simple explanation for the huge drop in crime rates: The villains are behind bars." Seligman said the get-tough approach has resulted in increased incarceration for criminals. "Today's jail and prison population of 2.1 million is 53 percent above the 1993 number and roughly triple the 1984 number," he said, adding, "The connection of incarceration to crime rates is hard to ignore." Also addressed in his Forbes article was the argument, made by some who oppose the get-tough approach, that police are simply locking away more "harmless folks" like those arrested on minor drug offenses.
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Extractions: Kentucky Stats Your browser does not support script. Go to alternative text navigation Contributor Barbara Whitener , University of Louisville These annual reports contain Kentucky crime statistics for 1995- and are broken down by type of crime, location, age, sex, and race. Hate crimes, domestic violence and the Brady Handgun Act are highlighted. (PDF format) This special report, from MotherJones.com, provides statistics for inmates in state and federal prisons, inmates in local jails, where states rank in incarceration rates, prison spending, education, drug offenders, racial disparity between general and prison populations. Select a specific state or choose National Totals. Statistics on alcohol related driving in Kentucky.