I was really struck by all of the progressive prosecutor's focus on data (in particular Chesa in SF, Larry Krasner's office in Philly, Rachel Rollins in Boston). all employ PhDs, data scientists.
when there's a backlash against decarceration, people are asked for proof that it's "working"—even though the alternative has never has burden of proof.
Krasner's focus on collection & open data was to "fight with the lights on"—show what works and what doesn't, which we've never actually seen before.
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