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Transitions from Prison to Community: Understanding Individual Pathways
▪ Abstract In 2002, over 600,000 individuals left state and federal prisons, four times as many as were released in 1975. However, according to a national study, within 3 years, almost 7 in 10 willExpand
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Gender, Police Arrest Decisions, and Notions of Chivalry
* * * The extent of preferential treatment toward female offenders during arrest has been a neglected topic in research on female criminality. This article uses data collected in 1977 duringExpand
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Ex-offender employment programs and recidivism: A meta-analysis
One consequence of the tremendous growth in the number of persons under supervision of the criminal justice system, whether incarcerated, on parole, or on probation, is the effect of this criminalExpand
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Street-Level Justice: Situational Determinants of Police Arrest Decisions
In this paper we examine variations in police arrest practices. Data collected in 1977 from police encounters with suspects indicate that arrest practices reflect legal and extra-legal factors. TheExpand
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Employment After Prison: A Longitudinal Study of Former Prisoners
Finding sustained employment is an important component of the transition from prison to the community for exiting prisoners. Anecdotal reports from former prisoners indicate that most individualsExpand
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Returning Home: Understanding the Challenges of Prisoner Reentry: Maryland Pilot Study: Findings from Baltimore
This is the final technical report for a pilot study of Returning Home: Understanding the Challenges of Prisoner Reentry. The study examined the process of prisoner reentry within the city ofExpand
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Document Title: The Multi-site Evaluation of SVORI: Summary and Synthesis
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Studying the Characteristics of Arrest Frequency among Paroled Youthful Offenders
In recent years, much attention has been devoted to developing appropriate analytical methods to model criminal careers. Largely ignored in this methodological debate is the study of how the criminalExpand
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Prisoner Reentry and Crime in America
Introduction 1. Viewing public safety through the reentry lens Jeremy Travis and Christy Visher 2. From cell to society: who is returning home? Joan Petersilia 3. Reentry as a transient state betweenExpand
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