Wednesday, 20 March 2013

The Cost of Crime

But does this report include unreported crime?
A new report says per capita spending on criminal justice — including federal and provincial jails, court costs and policing — has climbed 23 per cent over the past decade even as Canada's crime rate fell 23 per cent.

Funny thing about the Canadian constitution: Feds make criminal law, provinces pay about 75% of the cost of enforcing it.

Or, as our pal Kev says:

What we can't afford is much more of this gang of corrupt, lying vandals.

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