Vol. 79 Nbr. 1, January - January 2017
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- Perspectives and experiences: ACA's restrictive housing standards and their effect on two members.
- In memoriam: Ned Loughran.
- Partner profile.
- Welcome new members.
- A major challenge for corrections: national survey findings identify challenges in recruiting and retaining correctional health care professionals.
- Dosage probation: a new prescription for corrections reform.
- Unlocking knowledge: Florida's researcher-practitioner partnerships work.
- From orange to blue: how nature imagery affects inmates in the "Blue Room".
- Brace for impact: the "Small Wonder" state makes a big difference.
- Abandoning criminal choices: Kansas City's No Violence Alliance offers new chance to fight violence.
- Road to redemption: Federal Bureau of Prisons inmates use CDL program to drive their success.
- Art for a change: innovative reentry program shows off practical implications.
- Healthy teamwork: South Carolina uses new framework to improve inmate health care system.
- Professional profiles: the exceptional career of Bob Lampert.
- Why American Prisons Fail: How to Fix Them without Spending More Money (Maybe Less).
- Lost Causes: Blended Sentencing, Second Chances, and the Texas Youth Commission.
- ACA congratulates: newly certified and recertified professionals.
- Growing introspective leaders: ACA leadership training for diverse participants.
- Corrections calendar.
- Corrections Today index of articles, 2016.