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For this Edition, we welcome both evidence and practice-informed discussions of how the various benefits of Community Corrections have been (or can be) achieved. We want to explore the variety of sanctions, settings, and treatments encompassed under the ‘community corrections’ umbrella and provide examples of successful programs, including examples of public-private partnerships and other collaborative efforts that have overcome obstacles and inertia in implementation of community corrections. Stakeholders from whose experience we can learn collaboratively may include our probation, parole, and community corrections front-line staff; academic and other researchers, managers and leaders; the wider justice system (including prosecutors, judges, police…); the many not-for-profit, statutory or private organisations with whom we partner to support desistance (and other aims); victim advocacy organizations; families, communities and volunteers; and of course, our service-users.
In submitting your manuscript, we ask that you please provide a succinct summary of how your paper specifically relates to this overall theme. Your manuscript may not be accepted without this summary.
(97.33 KB) | 17. November 2018 | Author: Frank J. Porporino, Ph.D. Chair ICPA R&D Network & Editor, Advancing CorrectionsDownload