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A Synthesis of Literature on the Effectiveness of Community Orders. Technical Report Summary.

@article{Davis2008ASO,
  title={A Synthesis of Literature on the Effectiveness of Community Orders. Technical Report Summary.},
  author={Robert C. Davis and Lila Rabinovich and Jennifer Rubin and Beau Kilmer and Paul S. Heaton},
  journal={The RAND Corporation},
  year={2008}
}
The U.K. National Audit Office (NAO) commissioned RAND Europe to conduct this review to identify and synthesize international research about the effectiveness of community orders in reducing re-offending. 

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