Incarceration in the US: Dissecting the World’s Largest Prison Population

July 24, 2013 | By

The United States has one of the greatest populations in the world. This is why crime is not uncommon.  However, the prison system has needed to shoulder the burden that has been placed on it by the justice system. No other country places more people into the prison system than America. One percent of its population is currently in jail. This accounts for more than ten million crimes committed each year.  There has to be a solution to the problem.

Learn more about incarceration in the U.S. within the following infographic from Boston University’s Online Masters Degree Program in Criminal Justice.

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Incarceration in the US: Dissecting the World's Largest Prison Population

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