Vol. 78 Nbr. 1, January - January 2016
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- Reducing use of restrictive housing in juvenile facilities through a change in staff culture.
- Justice Federal Credit Union.
- Welcome new members.
- Fighting for those who fought for us: veterans treatment courts.
- Homeless inmates statistics for Orange County Corrections in Florida.
- The value of alternative therapies in mental health treatment for incarcerated youths.
- Collateral consequences of a criminal conviction: impact on corrections and reentry.
- Rethinking the death penalty.
- Best practices in education for mentally ill inmates: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Education Based Incarceration unit.
- Second chances: Pen Pals Inc., the Dixon Correctional Institute and Louisiana's post-Katrina animal rescue legacy.
- The importance of therapeutic relationships in correctional programs.
- From incarcerated mother to community role model: unique parenting program in Bexar County credited with inmate's turnaround.
- Mental illness and Douglas county jail: a new prescription.
- ACA congratulates newly certified and recertified professionals.
- Attendee evaluations help shape professional development at ACA.
- A broad leap in professionalism through correctional certification for Artie Taylor.
- Corrections calendar.
- A Country Called Prison: Mass Incarceration and the Making of a New Nation.
- The Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice's service coordination model.
- Religious rights in the correctional setting after Holt.