The St. Louis American

For decades, whenever local leaders talked about crime prevention, a hardworking few would call for “re-entry” programs that help ex-offenders find a life in society again. They’d cite the jarring statistics that most crimes are committed by former inmates who couldn’t get job assistance or substance-abuse services.

Yet their voices were consistently washed out by the call for more harsh prison sentences and tougher police enforcement.

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