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Significant Reading on Alternatives to Incarceration
Thinking About Corrections


In July, the United States Sentencing Commission hosted the National Symposium on Alternatives to Incarceration, a two day event that brought together distinguished panels of practitioners and academicians.  The proceedings of the Symposium are now posted, and cover topics such as Prison Programs Resulting in Reduced Sentences, States' Implementation of Alternatives to Incarceration, and Focus on Reentry.

Posted Tue, Oct 21 2008 9:26 AM by Anonymous


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