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1 to July 31, SPCJ documented 527 anti-Semitic incidents compared to 276 in the same period of 2013, the security service reported in a statement Thursday.
Delruelle said that the figures correspond to the 58 percent rise in antisemitic incidents in France documented in a report by the SPCJ, the French-Jewish security unit, released this week.
The following look at the experiences with prison crowding and population control in two of the nine states which have participated in SPCJ illustrates the challenges policy-makers face as they balance the burgeoning cost of operating expanding correctional systems and the need to sustain other vital systems (e.g., education, housing and health care) which can produce more fundamental, long-term improvements in public safety.
In partnership with SPCJ, Oregon's Citizens Crime Commission, an affiliate of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, launched the Effective Incarceration Project in the summer of 1996.
Since these mandatory sentencing provisions were voted in 1994, SPCJ has sponsored two public opinion polls regarding crime problems and correctional policies in Oregon.
In 1994, North Carolina joined the SPCJ partnership with the goal of implementing major legislative initiatives which paralleled Oregon's reforms.
Judge Thomas Ross, who chairs the North Carolina Sentencing Commission and co-chairs the state's SPCJ steering committee with Secretary Freeman, agrees.
Paris, February 16: The year 2011 saw a 16.5% drop in antisemitism in France, according to a study released by the French Service for the Protection of the Jewish Community (SPCJ) together with the French Interior Ministry.
The Jewish community's protection service, the Service de Protection de la Communaute Juive (SPCJ), documented more than 90 antisemitic incidents during the ten days following the Toulouse murders at the Jewish school.
The SPCJ published its report after another violent attack on June 2 against three Jews in Villeurbanne in Lyon.