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What Works in Reducing Recidivism and Preventing Crime?
Thinking About Corrections


The literature on What Works has a major new addition.  "What Works: Effective Recidivism Reduction and Risk-Focused Prevention Programs" was prepared by Roger Przybylski, RKC Group for the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, but the literature reviewed is national in scope.  Its promising subtitle reads "A Compendium of Evidence-Based Options for Preventing New and Persistent Criminal Behavior."

Posted Mon, Mar 10 2008 10:05 AM by Anonymous


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