Impose Time, Prevent CrimeGene Koretz
It's not surprising that increased arrest rates usually lead to a reduction in crime. But is that reduction due to deterrence or incapacitation? That is, do larger penalties (via increased detection or more severe sentences) induce criminals to commit fewer crimes, or do crime rates drop mainly because more criminals are locked up?
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