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The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) publishes its Justice Evaluation Journal four times each year.  The peer reviewed journal’s recent edition features an article authored by State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and Chief Assistant State Attorney Stephen Talpins. Entitled “21st Century Prosecutions – Miami-Style Smart Justice,”  the article highlights the State Attorney’s Office that strategically addresses offenders as individuals and employs an evidence-based outcome-oriented approach that maximizes public safety, provides avenues for rehabilitation, saves jail and prison space for the most dangerous offenders, minimizes unintended collateral consequences, meets crime victims’ needs, and reduces costs.

The Justice Evaluation Journal

Justice Evaluation Journal is published by Routledge Journals under full editorial control of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.


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