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"Educational policies are extremely effective in reducing property crime," Gallipoli said in an interview Tuesday. "It increases their earning potential and employability."
Such a policy would also pay for itself, he pointed out.
"Our findings suggest that keeping kids in school, making them employable and improving their value in the labour market is nearly twice as cost effective at reducing crime as simple incarceration," he said. "People commit property crime for economic reasons, so providing more economic opportunities through education and employment can reduce the incentives for people to engage in criminal behaviour."
The study comes at a time when the federal Conservative government has introduced a new tough on crime bill, which is expected to increase prison sentences and force the government to build more prisons.
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The study focused on property crime, including burglary, robbery and fraud, and found that Acquisto Levitra such crimes are more likely to be driven by economic considerations than violent crime.
According to the researchers, high school dropouts aged 16 to 23 are most likely to commit property crime.
The researchers found that increasing prison sentences by 10 per cent reduced the crime rate by five Buy Kamagra Australia per cent, but at an additional cost of between $20,000 and $30,000 annually for each prisoner.
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Diverting comparable tax revenues to programs that increase high school graduation would reduce crime rates by roughly nine per cent, especially when targeting children from poor families, the study found.
The benefits would be more pronounced over the long term, Gallipoli said.
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"The problem these kids have is they often come from dysfunctional families," he explained. "There is no monitoring [of the student] by parents."
He said one study showed that children of parents who both dropped out of school are 16 times more likely to drop out than a child from a family where both parents completed high school.
That kind of "intergenerational persistence" increases the likelihood that the young person will get involved in property crime, he said.