North Dakota State Officials, In an Effort to Reduce Prison Recidivism Rates, Implement Policies Championed by Norway

Norway’s prison system has been the subject of controversy for a number of years.  Its officials practice “restorative justice,” a theory that emphasizes repairing the harm caused by criminal behavior through cooperative processes that includes all stakeholders. To that end, prisons in Norway look more like college dormitories than incarceration facilities.  There are no bars […]

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