Prisoner Reentry and Crime in America (Cambridge Studies in Criminology)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | ISBN: 0521613868 | edition 2005 | PDF | 274 pages | 1,03 mb
Public Safety and Prisoner Reentry in America is about the relationship between the large numbers of people coming out of prison and public safety, especially in the U.S. The book's main purpose is to provide new information about the public safety consequences of released prisoners. It also presents some suggestions about how to reduce the crime threat these persons may present to the public. Other books on prisoner reentry do not discuss the public safety issues associated with the 650,000 persons being released from prison each year. What are the characteristics of persons coming out of prison? Should cities and neighborhoods be concerned about these released prisoners? What can be done to keep released prisoners from committing new crimes?
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