Jul 19, 2017 · Here are a few lessons Washington can learn from the states. Lesson 1: It is possible to reduce incarceration and crime at the same time. Between 2010 and 2015, 31 states reduced both crime and imprisonment. In the 10 states with the largest declines in imprisonment, the crime rate fell an average of more than 14 percent. Federal Emergency Management Agency . 500 C Street, SW, Suite 515 . Washington, DC 20472 . [email protected] (202) 646-3187 . Note: This document has been updated to reflect the change from the color-coded Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS) to the Department of Homeland Security’s
After the rebellion settled down, Shays and about twelve other men were condemned to death by the Supreme Court of Massachusetts. In 1788, however, he was granted a pardon by the court. He moved to Vermont and then New York State. Shays was born to Irish parents. He served for eleven days in the militia in April 1775 at the Battle of Lexington.