Session 516: CR22 -> Laying the Basis for Effective Corrections
Time: 11:20AM to 12:50 PM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Algonquin
Session Chair: James Bonta, Solicitor General Canada
Making Prisons Work: Prediction, Intervention, and Effective Management Practices
by: Paul Gendreau, University of New Brunswick (Corresponding)
David Keyes, University of New Brunswick
Risks, Needs and Effectiveness in British Probation Services
by: Peter Raynor, University of Wales (Corresponding)
Reliability and Construct Validity of the LSI for Colorado Inmates
by: Maureen L. O'Keefe, Colorado Department of Corrections (Corresponding)
Evaluating Inmate Classification: Ohio's Search for a New Model
by: Jennifer Pribe Jayjohn, Ohio Dept. of Rehabilitation & Correction (Corresponding)
Greg Bucholtz, Ohio Dept. of Rehabilitation & Correction
A Profile of Recidivism Indicators Betwen Felons and Misdemeanant Released From Incarceration in North Carolina
by: Darrell L. Ross, East Carolina University (Corresponding)
Mark Jones, East Carolina University

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