Youngest Prisoners Profiled

Federal prison researchers in a profile of young inmates say convicts under age 22 are typically high school dropouts from bad neighbourhoods who “take pride in criminal exploits”. The Department of Public Safety has estimated career criminals cost taxpayers more than a million dollars by age 30: “You can add up the costs.”

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