Solitary Confinement: New York's Hidden Problem

, New York Law Journal

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At a time of record and rising prison populations, New York has taken a different path, showing that crime rates and prison populations can decline simultaneously. Over the past decade, while the nation's prison population has increased, New York's has dropped from 67,171 to 55,918, a drop of 16.75 percent. The drop in prison population has not caused crime rates to rise. To the contrary, over the past decade, New York State's crime rate has decreased.

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