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How Broken Windows Policing Empties Prisons and Jails

Rule of Law by from New York Post, May 12, 2015

From the beginning, Broken-Windows policing had its critics.

“Experts” — many of whom had never been in New York City when Broken Windows was being implemented, never walked a New York beat, never rode in a patrol car — pontificated: New York was “cooking the books”; Broken Windows was criminalizing the poor; broken windows had no impact on crime; New York City was not unique, since crime was declining in many cities that did not practice Broken Windows.

In spite of the fact that virtually all of these criticisms have been proved invalid, today’s activists repeat many of them.

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