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Journal of Community Corrections

The official journal of the International Community Corrections Association, Journal of Community Corrections (JCC) is the most widely read and widely respected journal of policy, research, and programs for community-based rehabilitation and treatment of offenders. The original “what works” journal of evidence-based interventions, JCC brings readers the best thinking of today’s foremost experts in articles that are written, designed, and edited to stimulate action and achieve results.

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Executive Overview


What Works in Residential Reentry Centers


Faye S Taxman PhD
Jessica Rexroat
Mary Shilton MS, ]D
Amy Mericle PhD
Jennifer Lerch MA


Advancing Correctional Excellence!
George Mason University
Criminology, Law & Society
10519 Braddock Road, Ste. 1900, Fairfax, VA 22032
Phone: 703-993-9699; Fax: 703-993-8316
http://gemini.gmu.edu/ebct/


December, 2010


This study was funded by a cooperative agreement #07EPI16G]T3 from the U.S.
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the National Institute of Corrections.


What Works in Residendial Reentry Centers.pdf

 


 

ICCA's Compendium of Best and Promising Practices

A compendium of the most effective and the most promising evidence-based best practices in the field.

ICCA Library of best Practices.pdf


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