Vol. 33 Nbr. 4, July 2008
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- A comparison of recidivism rates for low-level drug and/or alcohol offenders receiving intermediate sanctions.
- Responding to sexual violence in prisons: services for victims.
- An analysis of Massachusetts Department of Corrections administrative data on recidivism revealed that the three-year reincarceration rate of male inmates released in 2002 was 39 percent.
- Arrests of 13- and 14-year-olds accounted for 22 percent of juvenile arrests in 2006, and arrests of juveniles younger than 13 made up 6 percent.
- By 2011, California should house all its juvenile offenders in county-run, regional rehabilitation facilities.
- The biggest threat to U.S. security from inmates who adhere to nontraditional religions is the potential for small groups of radical believers to instigate terrorist acts upon release.
- Court overturns sentence review panels.
- Juvenile offenders bring old diners back to life.
- New Mexico's prison population drops.
- Stillwater opens new segregation unit.
- Survey summary.
- Criminal Justice Research and Practice: Diverse Voices from the Field.
- Europe's prison education association: a dynamic organization and resource.
- Corrections calendar.