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Federal Probation Journal - December 2009

Federal Probation Journal (December 2009) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

"Town Hall" Strategies for Organizational Change

By Jennifer Lerch, Susan James-Andrews, Ernest Eley, Faye Taxman

Federal Criminal Filings and Postconviction Supervision

By James A. Woods, Thomas Bak

How Principles of High Reliability Organizations Relate to Corrections

By Brad Bogue

Turnover Intention among Probation Officers and Direct Care Staff: A Statewide Study

By Won-Jae Lee, James R. Phelps, Dan Richard Beto

Good Job or Dirty Work? Public Perceptions of Correctional Employment

By Jody L. Sundt

Predicting Juvenile Recidivism Using the San Diego Resiliency Check-up

By Natalie Pearl, Rindee G.P. Ashcraft, Kari A. Geis

New Directions in Juvenile Sex Offender Management: Designing a Collaborative Approach

By Nancy G. Calley

Sexual Victimization and Requests for Assistance in Inmates' Letters to the National Prison Rape Elimination Commision

By Richard Tewksbury, Margaret Mahoney

Juvenile Focus

By Alvin W. Cohn

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