Risk Reduction: Interventions for Special Needs Offenders
Risk Reduction: Interventions for Special Needs Offenders
Risk Reduction illustrates what some of the leading thinkers in corrections are doing to identify risk and lower recidivism. Published in cooperation with the International Community Corrections Association, this book examines programs which can lower recidivism and better prepare individuals for everyday life. Programs discussed include: Reaffirming Rehabilitation: Public Support for Correctional Treatment; What Works: Effective DWI Intervention; The Spousal Assault Risk Assessment Guide (SARA): Reliability and Validity in Adult Male Offenders; Effective Intervention with Sex Offenders; Psychopathy as a Risk Factor for Violence; Assessing Psychopathy in Juveniles; and Effective Family-based Treatment for Juvenile Offenders: Multisystemic Therapy and Functional Family Therapy. Review "This collection of papers presents solid proof that rehabilitation programs can and do work and that they are well able to garner positive public support." Don Page Correctional Programs Consultant Ontario, Canada

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