Vol. 79 Nbr. 4, July - July 2017
> SIGN UP FREE
- A renewed focus on information technology: visions for a new ACA committee.
- "Great compassion, integrity and insight": meet ACA's 105th president, Dr. Lannette Linthicum.
- Partner profile.
- Denis Johnson Shumate: a man remembered, respected and loved.
- Welcome new members.
- Asking important questions: what keeps you motivated in your profession?
- How do we change course? Navigating obstacles to develop and implement a risk-need-responsivity model in a correctional setting.
- For whom the bell tolls: National correctional officers and employees week starts with special event in the nation's capital.
- Celebrations around the country: Corrections professionals and employees gather for cookouts and award ceremonies.
- A Wisconsin health study: identifying chronic HCV infection in boby-boomer inmates.
- 'Knowledge is power': the importance of postrelease job placement service to inmate success.
- Diversity and inclusion: the 'tone and culture' for corrections is set.
- The graying and incarcerated: Shawshank Redemption was right on target.
- "Built around failure": improving county jail inmates' perceptions of reentry.
- Inside these walls: Manuel Cordero, retired correctional chaplain, talks about his career.
- Prison Break: Why Conservatives Turned Against Mass Incarceration.
- Youth Gangs (Fourth Edition).
- Appreciating workforce diversity: perspectives on 21st century correctional leadership.
- Corrections calendar.
- Knowledge and care: certification brings old expertise to a young career.