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Federal Probation Journal - September 2003

Federal Probation Journal (September 2003) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

Drug Treatment in the Community—A Case Study of System Integration Issues

By Faye S. Taxman, Jeffrey A. Bouffard

The Design of Social Support Networks for Offenders in Outpatient Drug Treatment

By Mark D. Litt, Sharon D. Mallon

Hepatitis C Among Offenders—Correctional Challenge and Public Health Opportunity

By Scott A. Allen, Josiah D. Rich, Beth Schwartzapfel, Peter D. Friedmann

An Employment Intervention for Drug-Abusing Offenders

By Carl Leukefeld, Hope Smiley McDonald, Michele Staton, Allison Mateyoke-Scrivner, Matthew Webster, TK Logan, Tom Garrity

Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders in Offenders—Approaches, Findings, and Recommendations

By Stanley Sacks, Frank S. Pearson

Amenability to Treatment of Drug Offenders

By Douglas B. Marlowe, Nicholas S. Patapis, David S. DeMatteo

Sanctions and Rewards in Prison-Based Therapeutic Community Treatment

By William M. Burdon, Michael L. Prendergast, Vitka Eisen, Nena P. Messina

Treatment Research in Oz—Is Randomization the Ideal or Just Somewhere Over the Rainbow?

By Steven S. Martin, James A. Inciardi, Daniel J. O’Connell

Moving Towards a Federal Criminal Justice “System”

By Timothy P. Cadigan, Bernadette Pelissier

Reorganizing Care for the Substance Using Offender—The Case for Collaboration

By Peter J. Delany, Bennett W. Fletcher, Joseph J. Shields

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