5 edition of Halfway houses: community-centered correction and treatment found in the catalog.
Halfway houses: community-centered correction and treatment
Oliver J. Keller
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Oliver J. Keller, Jr., [and] Benedict S. Alper.|
|Contributions||Alper, Benedict Solomon, 1905- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV9081 .K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 203 p.|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||72116684|
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During a recent national study of parole, the issues of halfway houses and their use by parolees were examined.
These issues have implications for a wide variety of subjects, ranging from scope of clientele to cost effectiveness. This article examines certain critical issues surrounding the use of halfway houses and parole on the national by: Book Search Engine Can Find Halfway Houses: Community-Centered Correction and Treatment by Keller, Oliver J; Alper, Benedict S ABOUT TRUST ONLINE Halfway Houses: Community-Centered Correction and Treatment.
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Keller, B. Alper. In: Halfway houses: community-centered correction and treatment Publisher. Table of contents for Crime & Delinquency, 17, 1, Community corrections centers (CCCs, or ‘halfway houses’) represent a community-based justice strategy intended to reintegrate offenders into civil society.
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