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Advocacy: the voice of small business in government
As the Chief Counsel for the Office of Advocacy (Advocacy), I am writing you regarding the above-referenced proposed rule. Advocacy is concerned that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesExpand
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The Predictive Validity of the LSI-R on a Sample of Offenders Drawn from the Records of the Iowa Department of Corrections Data Management System
OFFENDER ASSESSMENT and classification have become common practice throughout correctional programming over the past two decades. In particular, one risk/ needs assessment tool, the Level of ServiceExpand
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The Impact of Restorative Justice Conferencing: A Review of 63 Empirical Studies in 5 Countries
Conceptually, the restorative justice paradigm begins with the notion that crime is an act against people and a violation of relationships as well as a breaking of the law (Zehr, 1990). RestorativeExpand
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Validating the Level of Service Inventory—Revised on a Sample of Federal Probationers
THE LAST TWO DECADES have borne witness to a rise in the correctional population so colossal that it was previously inconceivable to practitioners and criminologists alike. As a result, annualExpand
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Multicultural Competencies in Probation — Issues and Challenges References
SINCE JOHN AUGUSTUS introduced the notion of probation in 1841, the number of probationers in the United States has grown exponentially. Today, probation is the most widely used sentencing option inExpand
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A meta-analysis of Type I error rates for detecting differential item functioning with logistic regression and Mantel-Haenszel in Monte Carlo studies
A META-ANALYSIS OF TYPE I ERROR RATES FOR DETECTING DIFFERENTIAL ITEM FUNCTIONING WITH LOGISTIC REGRESSION AND MANTEL-HAENSZEL IN MONTE CARLO STUDIES by Eva C. Van De Water Differential itemExpand
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Con dence Regions For The Equality Of Two Survival Curves
Often when comparing the survival rates of individuals given either of two treatments the analysis stops with a test of the hypothesis of no treatment di erence and perhaps a plot of the two survivalExpand
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