Federal Probation Journal - December 2006
Federal Probation Journal (December 2006) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.
This Issue in Brief
Adhering to the Risk and Need Principles: Does It Matter for Supervision-based Programs?
By Christopher T. Lowenkamp, Jennifer Pealer, Paula Smith, Edward J. Latessa
The Dual Treatment Track Program: A New “In-House” Jail Diversion Program
By Jill A. Gordon, Christina M. Barnes, Scott W. VanBenschoten
How to Prevent Prisoner Re-Entry Programs From Failing: Insights From Evidence-based Corrections
By Shelley Johnson Listwan, Francis T. Cullen, Edward J. Latessa
Perception and Payment of Economic Sanctions: A Survey of Offenders
By R. Barry Ruback, Stacy N. Hoskins, Alison C. Cares, Ben Feldmeyer
Parole System Anomie: Conflicting Models of Casework and Surveillance
By Joel M. Caplan
Probation Conditions vs. Probation Officer Directives
By Heather Barklage, Dane Miller, Gene Bonham, Jr.
Hurricane Katrina: Resiliency, The Other Side of Tragedy
By Mark J. Maggio
Juvenile Offenders and Sex Offender Registries
By Sarah W. Craun, Poco D. Kernsmith
Sex Offenders on Campus: University-based Sex Offender Registries and the Collateral Consequences of Registration
By Richard Tewksbury, Matthew B. Lees