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Detection and diversion are more effective crime prevention approaches than harsh punishment

The recent Sentencing Council report highlighting the limited deterrence effect of harsher custodial sentences was described by some as a revelation; but Policing Lecturer Tom Andrews argues that diversionary programmes, as well as the possibility of being caught – rather than the potential severity of the punishment – have long been recognised as more effective approaches to preventing offending.

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