Vol. 34 Nbr. 3, September 2009
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- Empirically supported reentry: review and prospects.
- Correctional staff attitudes after one year of employment: perceptions of leniency and support for inmate rehabilitation.
- Do Prisons Make Us Safer? The Benefits and Costs of the Prison Boom.
- Health and Health Care in the Nation's Prisons: Issues, Challenges and Policies.
- Drug testing on staff.
- At midyear 2007, 2,163 inmates were confined in Indian Country, up from 1,745 inmates (24 percent) at midyear 2004.
- One in 11 inmates in state and federal prisons are serving life sentences.
- Two decades of juvenile justice reform have reduced youth detention, improved public safety and saved taxpayers millions of dollars.
- D.C. Circuit Court says no to long sentences for rehabilitation.
- In Washington State, inmates save salmon.
- States reduce prison spending.
- Texas to open capital defense office.
- Transferring foreign inmates out of U.S. facilities.