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Texas' prison population has since fallen, allowing three adult facilities to be shuttered, with talks of morea previously unheard of prospect for a "tough on crime" state like Texas.As stated before, the state's parole and probation outcomes have improved markedly since 2007, as well.
The United States has more inmates and prisons than both Russia and China combined.We have approximately 2.3 million inmates and about 6 million individuals on parole or probation.There are numerous reasons for our mass incarceration crisis. There are numerous reasons for our mass incarceration crisis.According to Rollins and Glod, Texas could have suffered the same fate as California, which was forced via federal judicial edict to drastically reduce its overcrowded prison populationan unplesant possibility given Texas' culture of independence.Rather than allow federal commands to dictate state policy, Texas instead pursued a 1 million dollar justice reinvestment package that allowed the state to divert low-level, non-violent offenders towards cheaper, albeit more effective, alternatives to incarceration, and prioritize space for more serious offenders.First, we need to acknowledge and recognize that addiction is a health issue and not a criminal offense.
Second, nonviolent mentally ill offenders should not be incarcerated in our jails and prisons, but instead receive effective mental health care in our local communities.Today we have prison reform pimps doing the same thing.They spend most of their time fundraising, occasionally showing isolated, theatrical examples of their success.What If Texas Had Never Reformed Its Criminal Justice System?In this second piece, Texas Public Policy Foundation president Brooke Rollins and policy analyst Greg Glod examine what could have happened in Texas if justice reform never occurred.The Trump administration has awarded its first federal contract for 110 million to the Geo Group, a major private prison company, for a new immigrant detention center to be built in Texas.