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When she became the attorney general of New Jersey in 2007, Anne Milgram quickly discovered a few startling facts: not only did her team not really know who they were putting in jail, but they had no way of understanding if their decisions were actually making the public safer. And so began her ongoing, inspirational quest to bring data analytics and statistical analysis to the US criminal justice system.

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  1. Smh. The cops are altering their own statistics by allocating Black Crimes to White, Asian and "Spanish" "suspects".
    Its a disgrace they now think Prostitution is investigation alongside the new age opinion of "Blacks can never do any wrong. Its all the white mans fault" <<– Only prove the police are too fuckin retarded to be considered a real threat.

  2. It’s a in good, however crime makes money for big cities from the east coast to the west coast, I’m not talking about b.s crimes on the streets. I’m talking about real crimes like Wall Street, white collar crimes, city corruption, government corruptions and yes even dirty lawyers and judges did I say more.

  3. This will destroy NJ. The cost to the tax payer. The cost to their rights. Their judicial system will be a revolving door letting criminals out of jail that will not show up to court. Crime rates will sky rocket. Look at Chicago IL a no bail state and Portland OR Portland Oregon Multnomah county has more active warrants then the States of California Texas and New York Combined.Yakima Washington has been using this system for 2 years and the have had 8 murders  in the first quarter of 2017. Population of 250,000. Commercial bail saves tax payers 5.3 million dollars a year per bail agent. And fortifies you rights. The Arnold Foundation Vera Institute and Mac Arthur Foundation are funded by corporation build new jails and prisons. And run privatized prisons.

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  5. So much for innocent until proven guilty….. oh wait, what am I talking about? …..that went out the door a LONG time ago, right around 4 minutes after they coined the term, lol.

    Less than 5% of crimes are violent crimes, and to add, violent crime have reduced continuously over the past several decades.

    I was actually in court the other day for a traffic violation and was sitting right behind a couple of lawyers and over heard the two women talking about the foot injury one of the female lawyers had. She was asked what happened and replied to the other lawyer, "well, I was putting some things in my trunk when I saw a large man walking my way and I panicked and hurried into my car to lock the doors and slammed my foot in the door." (unnamed attorney) 
    Ha, I really wanted to call her out on her gender socialization. In other words, she has been socialized to fear without warrant and ended up hurting herself, while this guy was simply walking to his own car in the parking garage.

    Remember, less than 5% of all crimes are violent crimes, yet every girl walking down the street is in complete apprehension over this less than 5% (and that's not just rape).
    What about the other 95% of the time NOTHING HAPPENS?????

    We have WAY too many innocent people being prosecuted because of this fear factor.
    Same reason this country is full of gun nuts. Crime and punishment is BIG BUSINESS in this country.

    Socialize and spread love people…. spread love.

  6. And
    1. Abolish the concept of bail.
    2. Introduce a law such that no-one can be detained without conviction for more than a month.
    3. Introduce a law such that any innocent person wronged by a police officer or police jurisdiction in any way (especially is wrongfully detained) is compensated from that officer's wages and that precinct's budget.

  7. Sounds like the first couple of times you get arrested its a free pass. And these "non violent"offenders…. White collar criminals and identity fraud criminals… They are costing us a fortune, but because they Rob people with computers instead of guns we should just let them go free. The problem is we incarcerate people we don't punish people… The only penalty for committing a crime is the loss of time and freedom. Criminal are not afraid of jail because they get free food, free medical and if you dare take away their cable you will find yourself in federal court… Ask Sheriff Joe. Isn't it interesting how crime rose when we did away with chain gangs and work camps.

  8. I believe the real problem in 'merica is that they criminalized too many human behaviors (searching food, clothes, shelter, etc.) and do not do a good job at preventing such states (some even call it socialism, and fear it). This is, however, a really great tool for law & order. I sure hope they can implement it and expand it over the next years, or it is the young who will pay the price.

  9. Why this won't work?  Because it doesn't address 2 major self reinforcing problems.  The prison system is a business and The "War on Drugs" is a business.  The people in power won't let these businesses fail without a fight.  

    Holding prisoners is big business.  The US has the highest incarceration rate in the world.  United States holds 25% of the world’s prison population, but only 5% of the world’s people.  Private prisons receive a guaranteed amount of money for each prisoner, independent of what it costs to maintain each one.

    War on Drugs, the system is setup to perpetuate the war, with more and more funding being provided each year.  Where does that money go?  It filters down through various organisations, with everyones hands getting a piece along the way.  Ending the War on Drugs and legalizing drugs would save an estimated $41.3 billion annually on enforcement and incarceration costs in the U.S. alone. (wiki)

    So the vested interests will not let this profitable system stop churning out more prisoners to feed into the machine, morality, justice and human decency be damned.

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