CBKB has compiled more than 500 cost-benefit studies, articles, and papers that evaluate criminal justice functions, such as corrections and law enforcement, specific justice initiatives, and programs that target ex-offenders. Most of these reports were published in peer-reviewed journals. Others were issued by research institutions or government agencies. Two-thirds of these reports have been published in the past 10 years. Inclusion of these reports in the database is not an endorsement of their findings. We update the database regularly as new cost-benefit studies are published.
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