The Criminal Justice Project extends the Institute of Public Affairs’ scrutiny of government action to an area too often ignored.
The criminal justice system costs taxpayers more than $15 billion each year. Over the past decade, Australia’s prison population has grown by 40 percent, with the rate of incarceration now higher than it has been for a century. But crime and recidivism are not falling.
This project will develop criminal justice reforms that keep Australians safe, save taxpayers money, protect victims’ rights, and promote personal responsibility.
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