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Author Petersilia, Joan.
Title When prisoners come home : parole and prisoner reentry / Joan Petersilia.
Publication Info Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.


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Descript viii, 296 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
Note Originally published 2003.
Contents Introduction and overview : the emerging importance of prisoner reentry to crime and community -- Who's coming home? : a profile of returning prisoners -- The origins and evolution of modern parole -- The changing nature of parole supervision and services -- How we help : preparing inmates for release -- How we hinder : legal and practical barriers to reintegration -- Revolving door justice : inmate release and recidivism -- The victim's role in prisoner reentry -- What to do? : reforming parole and reentry practices -- Conclusions : when punitive policies backfire.
ISBN 9780195386127 (pbk.)
0195386124 (pbk.)
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Author Petersilia, Joan.
Series Studies in crime and public policy
Studies in crime and public policy
Subject Parole -- United States.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Descript viii, 296 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
Note Originally published 2003.
Contents Introduction and overview : the emerging importance of prisoner reentry to crime and community -- Who's coming home? : a profile of returning prisoners -- The origins and evolution of modern parole -- The changing nature of parole supervision and services -- How we help : preparing inmates for release -- How we hinder : legal and practical barriers to reintegration -- Revolving door justice : inmate release and recidivism -- The victim's role in prisoner reentry -- What to do? : reforming parole and reentry practices -- Conclusions : when punitive policies backfire.
ISBN 9780195386127 (pbk.)
0195386124 (pbk.)
Author Petersilia, Joan.
Series Studies in crime and public policy
Studies in crime and public policy
Subject Parole -- United States.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 5th Floor  HV 9304 P4  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL 5th Floor  HV 9304 P4  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Parole -- United States.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Descript viii, 296 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
Note Originally published 2003.
Contents Introduction and overview : the emerging importance of prisoner reentry to crime and community -- Who's coming home? : a profile of returning prisoners -- The origins and evolution of modern parole -- The changing nature of parole supervision and services -- How we help : preparing inmates for release -- How we hinder : legal and practical barriers to reintegration -- Revolving door justice : inmate release and recidivism -- The victim's role in prisoner reentry -- What to do? : reforming parole and reentry practices -- Conclusions : when punitive policies backfire.
ISBN 9780195386127 (pbk.)
0195386124 (pbk.)

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