Models for Predicting Incarceration - Felony Cases

Overview

This 1992 analytical memorandum to New York City's Jail Population Management Project Advisory Committee (JPMC) describes the construction and content of models that predict both pretrial detention and custodial sentences in cases arraigned on felony charges and examines what predicts incarceration in these cases.

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