Freed “Three Strikes” Inmates Have Low Recidivism Rates

Freed “Three Strikes” Inmates Have Low Recidivism Rates

September 10, 2013 | by Jack Leonard | Los Angeles Times

Data in a new report from the Stanford Three Strikes Center and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education fund show that inmates held under California’s “Three Strikes” law, which was changed last November, have low rates of reoffending, but face challenges once they are out.

Click here to read an NCCD blog post on the Three Strikes law.

Data in a new report from the Stanford Three Strikes Center and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education fund show that inmates held under California’s “Three Strikes” law, which was changed last November, have low rates of reoffending, but face challenges once they are out.

Click here to read an NCCD blog post on the Three Strikes law.