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The Comparative Costs and Benefits of Programs to Reduce Crime, v 4.0
May 2001
This report describes the Institute's latest analysis of the costs and benefits of crime prevention and intervention programs. It contains a summary of the findings as well as a detailed technical discussion of the model used to estimate costs and benefits.
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