Prison Inmate Statistics
Will Marling, National Organization for Victim Assistance executive director, talked about a recent report from the Bureau of Justice… read more
Will Marling, National Organization for Victim Assistance executive director, talked about a recent report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics that found that the number of U.S. prisoners has grown at the slowest pace in a decade and that incarceration rates in 30 states declined in 2008. He talked about incarceration rates, probation, pardons and the impact they have on the lives of victims. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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