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What's Being Done to Help Women, in a Nutshell
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Addressing Women's Incarceration: A National Survey of State Commissions and Task Forces on Women in the Criminal Justice System is a new, concise resource from the Women's Prison Association.  Per the WPA, "[p]roviding links to authorizing legislation, final reports, as well as other information generated by these bodies, this resource is meant to serve as a tool for decision-makers and concerned community members."  In such an important and active area, it is helpful to see such information brought together in one place.




Posted Wed, Nov 28 2007 10:07 AM by Eileen Conway
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