It’s More Expensive to Do Nothing: Prison, Recidivism, and Remediation (Video)

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The math, according to many experts, is simple: it costs $75,000 a year to incarcerate a nonviolent offender but only $5,000 to help that individual live productively in freedom. This film explores this issue.

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#8897  The math, according to many experts, is simple: it costs $75,000 a year to incarcerate a nonviolent offender but only $5,000 to help that individual live productively in freedom. Meanwhile, the number of Americans behind bars has reached an astonishing level with virtually no sign of falling.
This film explores the troubling realities that lie behind those statistics – the revolving door of institutionalization, the complexities of reform, and the frequent disregard for programs that can help ex-offenders succeed in society.
Featuring interviews with more than 25 experts in the fields of law, policy-making, criminal justice, addiction treatment, and child development, the film also profiles nonviolent offenders who have turned their lives around after completing remediation and literacy programs.
Viewers learn about facilities that have proven track records for helping both juvenile and adult offenders find lawful, rewarding paths to the future.
Viewing time: 49 minutes. Closed-captioned. 2010.
Format/Purchase options: DVD ($169.95), Streaming Video, 3-Year Subscription ($169.95); and DVD + Streaming Video ($254.95).
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DVD, Streaming Video, 3-Year Subscription, DVD + Streaming Video

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