“Promising” Crime Program Fizzles; Cost Taxpayers $574K

A “promising” federal anti-crime program for Canadian youth did not in fact reduce crime, new data show. The Department of Public Safety admitted “mixed findings” in a venture that saw delinquents taken camping and zip-lining at a cost of more than $7,000 for each participant: ‘It’s an unconfirmed crime prevention model’.

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