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Published: 25 Jan 2011 09:04PM (Singapore)
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Prisons-Community partnership helps keep recidivism rate low
With the help of the community, volunteers and aftercare agencies, the Singapore Prison Service (SPS) has maintained a low proportion of ex-convicts returning to prison.
 
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