Session 431: CR39 -> Probation Studies
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-San Francisco A
Session Chair: Judith Rumgay, London School of Economics
Dedicated Probation Elements in Domestic Violence Programs: Do They Make a Difference?
by: Deborah L. Spence, Institute for Law and Justice (Corresponding)
Cheron DuPree, Institute for Law and Justice
The Evolution of Pretrial Release: A Community Correction Strategy in an Era of Crime Control
by: Pauline Brennan, University of North Carolina - Charlotte (Corresponding)
Exploring 'Economic Rationality' in the British Probation Service
by: Gwen Robinson, University of Wales Swansea (Corresponding)
Deterrent Effects of Formal and Informal Responses to Probationer Violations on Subsequent Violations and Final Discharge
by: Sheila Royo Maxwell, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Timothy S. Bynum, Michigan State University
Community Penalties: Links Between Compliance, Enforcement and Reconviction
by: Chris May, Home Office, London (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Judith Rumgay, London School of Economics

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