Vol. 75 Nbr. 1, February - February 2013
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- Green practices in corrections "cents".
- The case for sustainability in corrections has been made.
- Ala. ordered to halt segregation of HIV-positive inmates.
- Construction of new Baltimore City jail for youths suspended.
- Nev. inmates participate in new program to recycle eyeglasses.
- U.S. judges give Calif. six more months to cut inmate population.
- New courses available for ACA online training.
- The greening of correctional medical departments.
- Certified corrections professional helps peers become certified.
- ACA congratulates newly certified and recertified professionals.
- Corrections calendar.
- ACA awards recognize exceptional commitment.
- Recycling: from survival to sustainability.
- Greening community corrections: the 10th Floor Project.
- Gardens promote sustainability and growth in Oregon prisons.
- Ohio implements energy conservation and sustainability initiatives.
- Energy performance projects yield greening and security benefits.
- Leading resources for greener Corrections.
- To teach or not to teach sustainability to college students?
- Fathers in a pretrial detention facility-lessons learned.
- The Florida experience: creating a safe residential environment for juvenile offenders.
- ACA and IDOC receive Rees-Stalder Award for Sustainability in Corrections.
- Welcome new members.
- Putting green ideas into action.
- How much time should prisoners serve?
- Juvenile Justice: Policies, Practices, and Programs, Vol. 1.