Vol. 74 Nbr. 4, August 2012
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- Today's special needs call for new approaches.
- Addressing special populations in corrections.
- California reduces prison crowding.
- Mandatory life without parole for juveniles barred.
- Minnesota drug courts prove their worth.
- Program transforms prison inmates in Texas.
- Corrections calendar.
- Dual-certified correctional nurse strives to make a difference.
- ACA congratulates newly certified and recertified professionals.
- 2012 ACA election--candidates and voting instructions.
- Juveniles who sexually offend: special considerations for a population difficult to define.
- Military prisoners: how do they differ from civilian offenders?
- Behavioral management disorders and serious mental illness in a maximum-security prison: it takes a "healthily codependent" staff.
- Seeing through the eyes of schizophrenia.
- Aging inmates: correctional issues and initiatives.
- Evolution of co-occurring mental health substance abuse programs for the forensic population: the Beaver County experience.
- The role of family and pro-social relationships in reducing recidivism.
- Ensuring the safety of LGBT youths in the juvenile justice system.
- New PREA standards and differences.
- Ex-offender job placement programs do not reduce recidivism.
- Multicultural Perspectives in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Third Edition.
- Studies of shifts and sleep may help correctional officers.
- Roanoke County Sheriff's Office is on the cutting edge of accreditation.