Criminal Justice Reform In the State Of Louisiana Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course: Date Due: The justice reinvestment task force of the state of Louisiana which is a partisan group comprising of practitioners of the court law enforcement members of the community as well as legislators discovered a flaw in the criminal justice system. The group found out that the system of correction in the state of Louisiana produced low safety to the public at a very high-cost rate. The state of Louisiana spends almost $700 million every year on the correction system but one among three released inmates policies as well as programs that will aid in the reduction of re-offenses in addition to supporting criminal offense victims. Collecting data regarding the criminal justice outcome and offering annual reports in addition to reinvesting the savings attained by deeming 70% of the savings into a bona fide state obligation. References Albertson K. Fox C. & Wong K. (2013). Justice Reinvestment – thinking outside the cell. Criminal Justice Matters 94(1) 22-23. Gelb A. (2018). Louisiana’s 2017 Criminal Justice Reforms. Pewtrusts.org. Retrieved 22 March 2018. Kleiman M. (2011). Justice reinvestment in community supervision. Criminology & Public Policy 10(3) 651-659. [...]
write a two page discussion argument on criminal justice reform in the state of Louisiana. Your argument must have references and citations from scholarly peer reviewed journal articles and books.