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Justice Reinvestment: Reimagining Criminal Justice Policy
thesisposted on 29.05.2018, 07:23 by KATE SHERRY BURNS
Justice reinvestment was originally developed as a policy to reduce incarceration rates by investing existing corrections funds into communities most impacted by incarceration. This qualitative research examines justice reinvestment as a concept and explores the conditions that led to justice reinvestment emerging as a criminal justice policy and program in two jurisdictions. Using case studies from Greater Manchester (United Kingdom) and Louisiana (United States) this research explores how the conceptualisation of justice reinvestment translates into criminal justice policy and practice.