Study: Halfway Houses Don't Reduce Recidivism Like Previously Thought

A groundbreaking study is casting serious doubt on the halfway-house model, concluding that inmates who spent time in these facilities were more likely to return to crime.
March 25, 2013

A groundbreaking study is casting serious doubt on the halfway-house model, concluding that inmates who spent time in these facilities were more likely to return to crime.

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