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Articles from Corrections Today (December 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
"Corrections from A to Z". 364
216,000 federal inmates projected by 2010. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article 216
ACA to unveil new ways for corrections professionals to stay on top of the latest technology in 2004! 428
ACA's 133rd Congress of Correction: a first-time attendee's perspective. Rabideau, Todd F. 1041
America's resolve to defend freedom. Gondles, James A., Jr. Editorial 570
An interview with ICCA's president. Evans, Donald G. Interview 1134
Annual Luncheon event. 971
Army correctional facility is first ACA-accredited overseas facility. Haasenritter, David K. 1072
Assessing inmate risk at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks. Lesniak, John 1417
ATD-American Co. Brief Article 194
Boot camps: mixed results. Wells, Doris T. 1142
Budget cuts present challenge to many state correctional agencies. Buisch, Michele D. 3257
Calendar. Calendar 220
Chaplains: God's partners in prison. Coleman, Judith 1978
Charles J. Kehoe. Brief Article 84
Chief probation officer. 187
Closing Breakfast keynoter. 534
Congress focuses on mentally ill juveniles. Weedon, Joey R. 526
Correctional Facility Tours. 769
Corrections Corporation of America has hired Bill Andrade, M.D., as its new chief medical officer. Brief Article 237
Faith-based cognitive programs in corrections. Hall, Stephen T. 3622
Family Auxiliary Program and Tour. 1416
Grand Prize Giveaway Game. 1122
Heery International. Brief Article 236
Historical tidbits from the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks. Schmitt, Thomas J. 3177
Hotel reservation information. 1585
Irish prisons: past, present and future challenges. Aylward, Sean; Mitchell, Jim 2799
Level system assists behavioral changes in inmates. Galloway, Ellen 1739
Marine Corps Corrections: similar but not identical to civilian corrections. Stroebel, Gregory J.; Hawthorne, John I., III 1849
Mass. AIDS treatment lowers death rate. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article 228
Military and civilian corrections: the professional bond. Ryder, Donald J. 673
Military parole: the final steps toward responsible citizenship. Johnston, James D. 2730
Monday night Exhibit Hall reception. 421
National director. 81
Navy sex offender treatment: promoting community safety. Marin, Tina M.; Bell, Deborah L. 2575
New Delaware re-entry program launched. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article 301
Officer demonstrates passion for probation and parole. St. Gerard, Vanessa 757
Opening Session keynoter. 852
State courts grapple with sentence enhancement laws. Summerill, Joseph 1355
Tentative workshop schedule. 2575
The Commercialization Planning Workshop: bringing new corrections ideas to the marketplace. Barone, Cindy 1215
The military correctional system: an overview. Haasenritter, David K. 2994
The Therapist's Notebook for Families. Blakely, Curtis Book Review 535
The VIP method: promoting voluntary training in the workplace. Cattermole, C. Michael 1769
Thomas F. Flickinger. Brief Article 217
Tuesday morning Eexhibit Hall specialty break. 456
Turn to the leader for the latest correctional resources. Book Review 350
Twice the citizen. Inch, Mark S. 1845
U.S. court rejects DNA sample law for inmates. St. Gerard, Vanessa Brief Article 228
U.S. Navy corrections: confining sailors both at sea and on land. Peck, William E.; Purcell, Timothy E. 2588
Vulnerability analysis in the correctional environment. Shaffer, John S. 3071
Welcome new members. Brief Article 1794

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