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Articles from Corrections Today (August 1, 2008)

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A national survey of older prisoner health, mental health and programming. Sterns, Anthony A.; Lax, Greta; Sed, Chad; Keohane, Patrick; Sterns, Ronni S. 4030
A passion for justice leads to an impassioned career. Gormsen, Lia 770
A Window to Our Future Capital Campaign. 422
ACA president leads 2008 annual tribute to fallen officers. Duncan, Vicki D. 658
ACA provides an array of services to juvenile justice professionals. Bayliss, Bridget 767
ACA's highest honor. Brief article 419
ACA's professionals train and certify the correctional work force. Black-Dennis, Kathy Brief article 1118
Attention new ACA members. Brief article 98
City initiative entices employers. Gormsen, Lia Brief article 164
Correctional advisors recognized for their work in Haiti. Brief article 279
Correctional officers become end of life caretakers: Winnebago County Jail partners with local hospice to provide care to terminally ill inmate. Johnson-Swagerty, Marty 1647
Correctional predoctoral psychology internships creating a uniquely qualified mental health work force. Magaletta, Philip R.; McLearen, Alix M.; Patry, Marc W. 1883
Corrections Calendar. Calendar 227
Desktop Guide to Reentry for Juvenile Confinement Facilities. Reynolds, Marylee Book review 652
Developing state prison policies to respond to sexual violence. Blackmore, John; Zweig, Janine 3269
Don't be fooled. Kehoe, Charles J. Editorial 696
Face the facts: we need to focus on recruitment. Fogg, Joyce G. 649
I really don't want to share, but I need to. Fell, Daniel T. Essay 1727
Indiana is 6th state to allow prison nursery. Gormsen, Lia Brief article 186
Iowa bill calls for minority impact analysis. Gormsen, Lia Brief article 116
Law allows blended adult/juvenile sentences. Gormsen, Lia Brief article 140
Leading into tomorrow: developing leaders for the challenges ahead. Cornelius, Lisa; Dively, Charles 2159
Missouri's Eastern District finds Success with work force initiative. Weygandt, Scott; Anders, Scott; Mata, Felix 2752
Offender employment is the key. Carter, Francina C. 775
Oklahoma's Quality Assurance experience: Continuous improvement through employee empowerment, teamwork, diversity and best practices. Boyer, Deborah K. 2383
One Juvenile facility's answer to retention: training and mentoring. Hesse, Mario 1564
Private sector news. 386
Profile. Brief article 209
Protect officers with evidence-based safety practices. Blevins, Johnny 1163
Recently accredited facilities. Directory 565
Recruiting and retaining staff through culture change. Cronin, Brian E.; Kiessig, Ralph; Sprenkle, William D. 2675
Rethinking the reentry process: the human resource recovery system. Allison, Tom L.; Clarke, Harold W. 2028
Texas jails set up e-mail program. Gormsen, Lia Brief article 138
The correctional work force faces challenges in the 21st century. Sumter, Melvina 1950
The feminization of the community corrections work force. Holland, Jo G. 2640
The first R in the five Rs of corrections employment. Ryan, Timothy P. 2091
Unintended consequences of sex offender residency laws: can GIS mapping help? Mandelstam, Janet; Mulford, Carrie 1135
Welcome New Members. List 637
Work force improvement: developing staff through professional certification. Boyd, Gloria; Peaton, Allen 1696
Work Force Project makes strides. Fogg, Joyce G. 749

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