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Thomas P. Abt

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Why Jeff Sessions' Recycled Crime-Fighting Strategy Is Doomed to Fail - Justice Not Jails

"At the end of the day, you need a balanced, evidence-informed strategy that is not just about a program or two," says Thomas Abt of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, who formerly served as New York state's head of public safety and was chief of staff in the grant-funding arm of the Obama Justice Department.
"It's about how multiple programs interact to produce a cumulative effect. That argues in favor of federal officials as researchers, advisers and funders-not just enforcers. Says Abt: "We should leverage the soft, supportive power of the federal government a bit more, and the hard power a bit less."


The False Promises of the Trump Justice Department's Strategy for Fighting Gun Violence

"At the end of the day, you need a balanced, evidence-informed strategy that is not just about a program or two," says Thomas Abt of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, who formerly served as New York State's head of public safety and was chief of staff in the grant-funding arm of the Obama Justice Department.
"It's about how multiple programs interact to produce a cumulative effect. That argues in favor of federal officials as researchers, advisers and funders-not just enforcers. "We should leverage the soft, supportive power of the federal government a bit more, and the hard power a bit less," Abt says.


Home - Roca

Thomas Abt, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, discusses how politicking gets in the way of implementing workable solutions...


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4. Thomas Abt [@Abt_Thomas], a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School and a former deputy secretary for public safety for New York State, talks about the politicization of violent crime data.


Are Conservatives or Liberals Right on Crime?

It's written by Thomas Abt, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, whom I interviewed several times for my crime-related podcast in D.C.
Many of you are not going to buy Abt's approach to policing or crime. He's a progressive, and some will stop reading based on that depiction. But Abt is not a zealot and it's instructive to know that some want to understand multiple sides of the crime debate. Abt opens with an overview of rising crime for the last two years, Yes, Abt's not a friend of President Trump (not allowed in academia), Abt believes that the various sides in the crime debate need to come together, remove ideology from the conversation and talk, which is a refreshing considering the condemning nature of most justice system critics. Maybe we should take him up on the offer. Thomas P. Abt, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, is a former deputy secretary for public safety for New York State and a former chief of staff for the Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs.


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