Vol. 76 Nbr. 4, July - July 2014
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- The value of association.
- Welcome new members.
- Partner profile.
- Federal challenge and prize competition solicits green innovation in corrections.
- Female correctional leadership in Florida.
- Georgia's juvenile justice system applies new framework to modify youth behavior trends.
- Painting correctional institutions green: how using green technology can reduce correctional institution cost.
- Offenders with special needs: Indiana's approach to preparing staff to meet the challenge.
- Improving motivation through rewards.
- ACA congratulates: newey cewitied and receitikied piakessianaes.
- Building the reentry bridge: ohio's innovative community collaboration effort.
- Watch: Montana's in-prison DUI trearment program.
- How to get published in corrections today.
- Collboration, partnership and education: essentials for the management of mentally lll offenders.
- Naval corrections counselor transforms the reentry process.
- New York warden promotes productivity and community.
- Oklahoma fleet specialist keeps his garage a well-oiled machine.
- 2014 best in the business list of submissions: the following corrections personnel were submitted for ACA's 2014 best in the business recognition. ACA would like to thank the following correctional agencies and ACA chapters and affiliates for this year's submissions.
- Calif. to expand prison arts programs.
- III. Prison granted activation funding.
- Ohio to eliminate juvenile restrictive housing.
- Naval bring finds innovative approaches to old problems.
- Corrections calendar.
- Remembering the life of an inspirational woman.
- Giving credit where credit is due.
- Religious faith in correctional contexts, by Kent R. Kerley, Lynne Rienner publishers Inc., boulder, Colo., 2014, 189 pp.