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Addressing offender reentry: lessons learned from Senate Bill 618 San Diego Prisoner Reentry Program. Mulmat, Darlanne Hoctor; Burke, Cynthia Sep 1, 2013 3211
Day reporting centers in New Jersey: no evidence of reduced recidivism. Bulman, Philip May 1, 2013 1160
Prison piety: no taxpayer-funded evangelism behind bars. Boston, Rob Mar 1, 2013 1131
Florida homeless shelter relieves jail crowding. Shaw, Kate Brief article Dec 1, 2012 200
Recidivism among participants of a reentry program for prisoners released without supervision. Wikoff, Nora; Linhorst, Donald M.; Morani, Nicole Report Dec 1, 2012 6679
A view from the states: evidence-based public safety legislation. James, Juliene; Eisen, Lauren-Brooke; Subramanian, Ram Jun 22, 2012 11652
Correction through omniscience: electronic monitoring and the escalation of crime control. Carney, Molly Jun 22, 2012 11450
Theorizing mental health courts. Johnston, E. Lea Mar 1, 2012 32246
The harmful use of isolation in juvenile facilities: the need for post-disposition representation. Simkins, Sandra; Beyer, Marty; Geis, Lisa M. Jan 1, 2012 16048
New reentry program lets young offenders learn from lifers. Ferreira, Jeannelle Brief article Oct 1, 2011 174
The new frontier of public safety. Earley, Mark L.; Wiley, Kathryn Mar 22, 2011 4814
The origins of back-end sentencing in California: a dispatch from the archives. Mayeux, Sara Mar 22, 2011 7426
Realigning Illinois fiscal priorities in juvenile justice. Clarke, Elizabeth E. President's page Dec 1, 2010 970
Faith-based programs are low-cost ways to reduce recidivism. Cei, Louis B. Report Aug 1, 2010 2276
Model reentry program expands inmates' career possibilities. Torbett, Dennis Aug 1, 2010 2164
Assessing risk: supervision of lower level sex offenders. DeMichele, Matthew; Payne, Brian Report Jun 22, 2010 3707
Leveraging maximum reform while enforcing minimum standards. Gerhardstein, Alphonse Jan 1, 2009 6976
Quaker program reduces recidivism. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 247
The first days after release can make a difference. Rosenfeld, Richard; Petersilia, Joan; Visher, Christy Jun 1, 2008 1118
Partnering for success: What we sometimes forget is that communities may not be aware of or accept the fact that they are key to enhancing public safety. Jones, Justin Apr 1, 2008 607
Mental health court sees results. Gormsen, Lia Brief article Dec 1, 2007 207
New approaches to using relapse prevention therapy in the criminal justice system. Parks, George A. Dec 1, 2007 3105
Reducing the harm: identifying appropriate programming for low-risk offenders. Lowenkamp, Christopher T.; Smith, Paula; Bechtel, Kristin Dec 1, 2007 2147
Asking about family can enhance reentry. diZerega, Margaret; Shapiro, Carol Dec 1, 2007 2711
Governors take the lead on offender reentry programs. Jones, Nolan Dec 1, 2007 1530
Increasing public safety and reducing spending: applying a justice reinvestment strategy in Texas and Kansas. Garland, Crystal Dec 1, 2007 2824
"Ask and you will receive": creating faith-based programs for former inmates. D'Amico, John Dec 1, 2007 1989
Georgia reentry: a transformation in correctional philosophy. Sabree, A.J. Dec 1, 2007 2757
Meeting the needs of returning offenders through employment. Carter, Francina C. Dec 1, 2007 970
Factories behind fences: Do prison "real work" programs work? Moses, Marilyn C.; Smith, Cindy J. Dec 1, 2007 1646
Nothing works, something works--but still few proven programs. Snyder, Howard N. Dec 1, 2007 953
Coming to terms with prison growth. Browning, Jane Oct 1, 2007 1208
Faith-based programs give facilities a helping hand. Bright, Laurie C.; Graham, Mary G. Oct 1, 2007 2332
A new paradigm: stage-based change in work release programs for women. Dickow, Alice; Robinson, Lorraine; Copeland, Kristina Report Aug 1, 2007 2836
Never going home: does it make us safer? Does it make sense? Sex offenders, residency restrictions, and reforming risk management law. Durling, Caleb Sep 22, 2006 21356
Cities adopt hiring policies to facilitate prisoner re-entry. Karpman, Michael May 22, 2006 822
The Second Chance Act of 2005. Weedon, Joey R. Aug 1, 2005 764
Louisiana makes plans to tackle recidivism. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 254
Confronting recidivism: inmate reentry and the Second Chance Act of 2005. Rhine, Edward E. Transcript Aug 1, 2005 2502
Changing directions. Peguese, James V. Jul 1, 2005 1391
New Zealand's approach to a high-risk offender supervision program. Evans, Donald G. Apr 1, 2005 1243
Jail inmates bake their way to successful reentry. Clayton, Susan L. Apr 1, 2005 1995
Making inmate reentry safe and successful: using the Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council. Brown, Katherine Apr 1, 2005 2254
'Step down' programs: the missing link in successful inmate reentry. Fretz, Ralph Apr 1, 2005 3989
Understanding preadolescent sexual offenders: can these children be rehabilitated to stem the tide of adult predatory behaviors? Concepcion, Jose I. Jul 1, 2004 3719
Nevada launches two new programs. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 259
PROGRESS: an enhanced supervision program for high-risk criminal offenders. Hagenbucher, Greg Sep 1, 2003 1862
Job-readiness training program at the Wayne County Jail prepares offenders for success. Etters, Krista Dec 1, 2002 1941
New effort to reintegrate offenders. (National News Briefs). St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article Oct 1, 2002 230
Discharge planning for inmates with HIV/AIDS: can it help increase adherence to medical treatment and lower recidivism? Devereux, Paul G.; Whitley, Richard Oct 1, 2002 1788
Therapeutic communities: thinking outside the box. Patmon, Cecil Jun 1, 2002 1065
Using business savvy to reduce recidivism. (Best in the Business). Hasselbrack, Anne Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 570
Correctional initiatives for Maori in New Zealand. (CT Feature). Byers, Mark Statistical Data Included Feb 1, 2002 3113
Washington State's crime-fighting tool. (HITS/SMART).(Homicide Investigative Tracking System! Supervision Management And Recidivist Tracking). ) Morgan, Terry Feb 1, 2002 4956
Special Treatment Programs: An International View. Hill, Gary Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2001 2728
Improving Offender Work Force Development and Job Retention. Houston, Melissa; Moore, John Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 894
Fighting Crime Through Education. Buisch, Michele D. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 642
The VIOLENCE PREVENTION Program: Intensive Correctional Treatment. Yazar, Reyhan Apr 1, 2001 3626
NEW YORK'S New Approach to Juvenile Rehabilitation Services. Johnson, Jack Apr 1, 2001 3061
REINVENTING COMMUNITY SUPERVISION: Georgia Parole's Results-Driven Supervision. Bralley, James; Prevost, John Apr 1, 2001 2386
MISSOURI'S Parallel Universe: A BLUEPRINT FOR EFFECTIVE PRISON MANAGEMENT. Schriro, Dora; Clements, Tom Apr 1, 2001 2749
PRISON PARTNERSHIP -- It's About People. TA, CHRISTINE Oct 1, 2000 1829
Convicts Back on the Street--What Did We Expect? Pierce, Neal Brief Article Jun 5, 2000 801
Mass. Sex Offenders Could Get Out Sooner. Harry, Jennifer L. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 140
Offender Treatment Programs Support Lower Crime Rates. Hunter, David Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 744
NIC Develops New Comprehensive Training Program For Offender Workforce Development Specialists. Laughlin, Karla Jun 1, 2000 934
Pennsylvania Boot Camp Proves Successful. Harry, Jennifer L. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 203
The Vital Connection: A Job. McCollum, Sylvia G. Oct 1, 1999 3592
Standing up for education: new CEA study seeks to definitively show correlation between education and reduced recidivism. Tracy, Alice; Smith, Linda G.; Steurer, Steve Apr 1, 1998 2233
The GENIE system. Geiger, Doreen; Shea, Mark Jul 1, 1997 1377
Developing an inmate program that works. Mitchell, Christopher; Emodi, Andrea; Loehfelm, William Aug 1, 1996 1081
A grassroots approach to reducing recidivism. Bagley, Cynthia Aug 1, 1996 1374
Delaware's life skills program reduces inmate recidivism. Miller, Marsha L.; Hobler, Bruce Aug 1, 1996 1696
California program reduces recidivism and saves tax dollars. Mullen, Rod; Ratelle, John; Abraham, Elaine; Boyle, Jody Aug 1, 1996 3108
What's tough enough. Boulard, Garry Dec 1, 1995 2355
The courage of our convictions: the abolition of parole will save lives and money. Allen, George Mar 22, 1995 2292
Reducing number of repeat offenders. Apr 1, 1994 331

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