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Federal Probation Journal - September 2004

Federal Probation Journal (September 2004) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

Introduction: Reentry — The Emperor's New Clothes

By James M. Byrne, Guest Editor

What Works in Prisoner Reentry? Reviewing and Questioning the Evidence

By Joan Petersilia

Monetary Costs and Benefits of Correctional Treatment Programs

By Brandon C. Welsh

A Civic Engagement Model of Reentry

By Gordon Bazemore, Jeanne Stinchcomb

Improving Offender Success and Public Safety Through System Reform

By Dale G. Parent, Liz Barnett

The Offender and Reentry: Supporting Active Participation in Reintegration

By Faye S. Taxman

Instituting a "Reentry" Focus in the Federal Probation System

By Timothy P. Cadigan

The Emerging Role of Information Technology in Prison Reentry Initiatives

By April Pattavina

The Effects of Serious Mental Illness on Offender Reentry

By Arthur J. Lurigio, Angie Rollins, John Fallon

Targeting for Reentry: Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria Across Eight RPI Programs

By James M. Byrne, Faye S. Taxman

Examining the Role of Police in Reentry Partnership Initiatives

By James M. Byrne, Don Hummer

First Count to Ten: Innovation and Implementation in Juvenile Reintegration Programs

By Douglas Young

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