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San Francisco's Youth Crime Decline
San Francisco's Youth Crime Decline
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
Testing Incapacitation Theory: Youth Crime and Incarceration in California
Testing Incapacitation Theory: Youth Crime and Incarceration in California
Racial Disparities and the Drug War
Racial Disparities and the Drug War
From Houses of Refuge to 'Youth Corrections': Same Story, Different Day
From Houses of Refuge to 'Youth Corrections': Same Story, Different Day
Slavery in the Third Millennium
Slavery in the Third Millennium
Assessing "Broken Windows" Theory
Assessing "Broken Windows" Theory
Troubles in the CYA Nothing New
Troubles in the CYA Nothing New
Resurrecting Radical Non-Intervention: Stop the War on Kids
Resurrecting Radical Non-Intervention: Stop the War on Kids
Why are we so Punitive? Some Observations on Recent Incarceration Trends
Why are we so Punitive? Some Observations on Recent Incarceration Trends
It's More Profitable to Treat the Disease than to Prevent it: Why the Prison Industrial Complex Needs Crime
It's More Profitable to Treat the Disease than to Prevent it: Why the Prison Industrial Complex Needs Crime
The Supportive Living Program: Applying A Social Model Recovery Approach To High Risk Parolees

Social model recovery programs are focused on building a person's intrinsic motivation to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle through personal growth, social interaction and supportive networks.  

Conceptualizing Mediation Use By Patrol Police Officers

This research effort shows why it makes sense that 21st Century police reform initiatives include embellishing the mediation skills of patrol police officers. 

Addressing Gaps in Post-Release Services for Mentally Ill Offenders: One Community's Response
Addressing Gaps in Post-Release Services for Mentally Ill Offenders: One Community's Response
Drug Use and Justice 2002: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice 2002: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
Drug Use and Justice: An Examination of California Drug Policy Enforcement
In Brief: Information Sharing and Confidentiality
In Brief: Information Sharing and Confidentiality
California Prison Politics
California Prison Politics
Widening the Net in Juvenile Justice and the Dangers of Prevention and Early Intervention
Widening the Net in Juvenile Justice and the Dangers of Prevention and Early Intervention
What if They Built a Prison and No One Came? The Life and Death of a Youth Prison

A description of Summit View Correctional Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Homeless Pretrial Release Project: An Innovative Pretrial Release Option

San Francisco's model pretrial release and case management program for homeless misdemeanants. 

Too Little Too Late: President Clinton's Prison Legacy
Too Little Too Late: President Clinton's Prison Legacy
The American Gulag: The Correctional Industrial Complex in America

An examination of the political and social elements of the prison industrial complex.

Texas Tough? An Analysis of Incarceration and Crime Trends in The Lone Star State
Texas Tough? An Analysis of Incarceration and Crime Trends in The Lone Star State
Poor Prescription: The Costs of Imprisoning Drug Offenders in the United States
Poor Prescription: The Costs of Imprisoning Drug Offenders in the United States

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