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Endnotes
 

Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation in “Real World” Community Supervision

The Creation and Validation of the Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS)

The Role of Probation and Parole Officers in the Collaborative Response to Sex Offenders

Pretrial Diversion: The Overlooked Pretrial Services Evidence-Based Practice

National Surveys of State Paroling Authorities: Models of Service Delivery

Huikahi Restorative Circles: A Public Health Approach for Reentry Planning


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The Creation and Validation of the Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS)

Andrews, D., Bonta, J., and Hoge R. (1990). Classification for effective rehabilitation: Rediscovering psychology. Criminal Justice and Behavior 17:19-52.

Andrews, D. A., Zinger, I., Hoge, R., Bonta, J., Gendreau, P. and Cullen F. T. (1990). Does correctional treatment work? A clinically relevant and psychologically informed meta-analysis. Criminology, 28: 369-404.

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The Role of Probation and Parole Officers in the Collaborative Response to Sex Offenders

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Pretrial Diversion: The Overlooked Pretrial Services Evidence-Based Practice

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