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Federal Probation Journal - December 2011

Federal Probation Journal (December 2011) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

Juvenile Probation Officers: How the Perception of Roles Affects Training Experiences for Evidence-Based Practice Implementation

By Danielle S. Rudes, Jill Viglione, Faye S. Taxman

Effective Supervision Strategies: Do Frequent Changes of Supervision Officers Affect Probationer Outcomes?

By Jason Clark-Miller, Kelli D. Stevens

DWI Recidivism: Risk Implications for Community Supervision

By Matthew DeMichele, Nathan C. Lowe

Implementing a Diversion-to-Treatment Law in California: Orange County's Experience

By Christine Gardiner

Lies, Liars, and Lie Detection

By Richard Gray

Testing the Validity of Pupillometer Technology Against Traditional Drug Screening Instruments

By Giuseppe M. Fazari

Community Corrections Professionals' Views of Sex Offenders, Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification and Residency Restrictions

By Richard Tewksbury, Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine, Brian K. Payne

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