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When Prisoners Come Home: Parole and Prisoner Reentry
Preface 1. Introduction and Overview 2. Who's Coming Home? A Profile of Returning Prisoners 3. The Origins and Evolution of Modern Parole 4. The Changing Nature of Parole Supervision and Services 5.Expand
What Works in Prisoner Reentry? Reviewing and Questioning the Evidence.
MORE THAN 600,000 individuals will leave state prisons and return home this year. That is 1,600 a day, and a sixfold increase in prisoner releases since 1970. Of course, inmates have always beenExpand
Prisoner Reentry: Public Safety and Reintegration Challenges
Changes in sentencing practices, coupled with a decrease in prison rehabilitation programs, have placed new demands on the U.S. parole system. Nearly 700,000 parolees are “doing time” on the streets.Expand
Intensive Probation and Parole
Intensive supervision programs (ISP) have proliferated in the past decade. They generally emphasize reduced caseloads, close surveillance, urinalysis testing, treatment, and employment. The RANDExpand
When Prisoners Return to the Community: Political, Economic, and Social Consequences
It is by now a commonplace that the number of people under criminal justice supervision in this country has reached a record high. As a result, the sentencing policies driving that number, and theExpand
Parolee Recidivism in California: The Effect of Neighborhood Context and Social Service Agency Characteristics
We studied a sample of reentering parolees in California in 2005–2006 to examine whether the social structural context of the census tract, as well as nearby tracts, along with the relative physicalExpand
A Decade of Experimenting with Intermediate Sanctions: What Have We Learned?
JUSTICE RESEARCH AND POLICY, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1999. © 1999 Justice Research and Statistics Association My purpose this morning is to review what we have learned during the past 10 to 15 yearsExpand
Parole and Prisoner Reentry in the United States
Discretionary parole release and parole field services have undergone major changes as the nation has embraced more punitive policies. Fourteen states have abolished discretionary parole release forExpand
Probation in the United States
Probation officers supervise two-thirds of all correctional clientele in the United States. But despite the unprecedented growth in probation populations over the past decade, probation budgets haveExpand
The Criminal Investigation Process
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