Connecting the Dots on Crime

The recent tragedy in Washington state has focused attention on sharing information about criminals between states. As Professor Goldsmith points out in his article, data...
by | December 16, 2009

The recent tragedy in Washington state has focused attention on sharing information about criminals between states. As Professor Goldsmith points out in his article, data comes from many sources--police reports, prisons, parole offices, and prosecutor's office. Connecting the dots can be a powerful tool in predicting behaviors, leading to better criminal justice outcomes.

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