- Violence containment cost the U.S. $2.16 trillion per year, that’s one in every seven dollars.
- If violence containment were an industry it would be the largest industry in the U.S.
- Federal expenditure has expanded in the last ten years, increasing by 15%
- The size of Violence Containment is equal to the entire UK economy
- A 5% reduction in Violence Containment
spending for 5 years would provide the capital to rebuild the nation’s
levees systems, update the energy infrastructure and complete the
upgrading of the nations school infrastructure.
- ‘The study evidentiates that even small reductions in Violence Containment spending would result in a meaningful stimulation to the U.S. economy’ Steve Killelea.