Harper Crime Plan Texas
October 18, 2011 by staff
“We spend billions and billions and billions of locking people up,” said Judge John Creuzot of Dallas County Courthouse. “And there will come a time when the audience says,” Enough! “And you end up leaving out.”
Rep. Jerry Madden adds, a conservative Republican who heads the Committee on Corrections Texas House, “It’s a very expensive to build new prisons and, if you make ‘em, I guarantee you will come. They will be filled, how agreement? because people were sent there.
“But if you do not build ‘em, they will come up with creative things to do than keep the community safe and still make incarceration is necessary.”
These comments are in line with a coalition of experts in Washington, DC, who attacked the Harper government’s package omnibus crime, Bill C-10, in a statement Monday.
“Republican governors and state legislators in Texas, South Carolina and Ohio repealing mandatory minimum sentences, increasing the opportunities for effective community supervision and drug treatment funding, knowing that will improve public safety and reduce costs for taxpayers, “said Tracy Vel? Vazquez, executive director of the Washington-based Justice Policy Institute.
“If approved, C-10 in Canada will be justice policies 180 degrees in the wrong direction, and Canadian citizens will bear the costs.”
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