Session 245: RP9 -> Effecting Offender Change: Evaluation Results
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Champagne
Session Chair: Christine H. Lindquist, Research Triangle Institute
Attitudinal and Behavioral Change Among Participants in a Legislatively Mandated Domestic Violence Program
by: Christopher Hebert, San Jose State University (Corresponding)
Yoko Baba, San Jose State University
Linda Allivato, San Jose State University
Management and Care of Sex Offenders in the Community: Experiences and Challenges in the U.S.
by: Karen J. Terry, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Heath B. Grant, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Mentally Ill Offenders: The Effectiveness of Court Ordered Treatment for Violent Misdemeanant Defendants
by: Polly Phipps, Washington State Inst. for Public Policy (Corresponding)
The Relationship of Treatment Retention of Severely Mentally Ill Substance Abusing Individuals, in a Jail Diversion Program, to Insight, Level of Coercion and Type of Treatment Received
by: Justine M. Schmollinger, New York University (Corresponding)
Nahama Broner, New York University
Kevin Walsh, New York University
Damon Mayrl, New York University

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