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Audit: Treating Addicted Offenders Would Save Oregon Money

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th August NewsaddictionCrimeprison system
Secretary of State auditors estimate if all high-risk criminal offenders in Oregon received drug treatment, state programs and crime victims would have saved nearly $22 million between 2008 and 2011. The audit released Tuesday tracked about 4,500 offenders who were the most likely to re-offend and who had a serious drug problem.Read More »

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