Enhancing Offender Re-Entry an Integrated Model for Enhancing Offender Re-Entry

@article{Serin2010EnhancingOR,
  title={Enhancing Offender Re-Entry an Integrated Model for Enhancing Offender Re-Entry},
  author={R. Serin and Caleb D Lloyd and Laura J. Hanby},
  journal={European Journal of Probation},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={53 - 75}
}
Notwithstanding diminishing crime rates in many countries, high rates of incarceration continue to engage political and public scrutiny in the management of (increasing) correctional populations. It appears such interest is driven by the competing concerns of fiscal pressures and ideological shifts: essentially lack of funds and, in many jurisdictions, a lean towards more conservative doctrines regarding offender care. Perhaps not completely surprisingly, these two themes can also actually work… Expand
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