Sheriff and Victims' Advocate Join Forces on Justice Reinvestment

Sheriff and Victims' Advocate Join Forces on Justice Reinvestment

In the September/October 2014 issue of Sheriff magazine, Sheriff Craig Webre of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, and national crime victim advocate Anne Seymour voiced their support for sentencing and corrections reforms. As long-standing partners on crime victims’ rights and support programs, sheriffs and victims are now working together to back reforms that further their common goals of improving public safety, holding offenders accountable, and controlling corrections spending.

Download the PDF: Sheriffs, Victims Unite for Justice Reinvestment: Safer Communities, Lower Costs Among Benefits (PDF)

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