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Risk Screening: A Fundamental of Effective Transition from Jail to Community
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The Transition from Jail to Community (TJC) model relies on several critical principles essential to the development and implementation of the TJC initiative. One of the most important is risk assessment. This article, written by NIC and their partners in the TJC initiative, opens with an introduction to the TJC development model and leads the reader into a discussion of the use and benefits of risk assessment as one of the first steps in good transition planning.

Posted Thu, Aug 25 2011 3:41 PM by Susan Powell
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