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Works Consulted Cullen, F.T. & Gendreau, P. (2000). Assessing correctional rehabilitation: Policy, practice, and prospects. U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 109-173 Freudenberg, DrPH, N.; Daniels, PhD, J.: Crum, MS, M.; Perkins, PhD, T.; & Richie, PhD, B.E. (2005). Coming Home From Jail: The Social and Health Consequences of Community Reentry for Women, Male Adolescents, and Their Families and Communities. American Journal of Public Health, volume 95 (Issue 10). 1725- 1736. Horney, J. (2000). NIJ Criminal Justice 2000: Changes in decision making and discretion in the criminal justice system . U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., 3, 123-157. Layton, M.D., & Shaw, J. (1993). The impact of shock incarceration on technical violations and new criminal activities. Justice Quarterly, 453–477. Lee, B, & Gilligan, J. (2005). The Resolve to Stop the Violence Project: transforming an in-house culture of violence through a jail-based programme. Journal of Public Health 27.2: 149-55. McNeil, W.A. & Barber, F. (2009). Proceedings from Florida Department of Corrections: Increase Public Safety by Reducing Recidivism. Tallahassee, FL.
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