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Corrections20Courts1
Crime prevention3Criminology20
Domestic Preparedness1Juveniles19
Police2Victims4
International Criminology1
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Corrections
1. North Carolina Probation/Parole Caseload Standards and Practices
 NCJ Number:  242409
 Author:  Gary S. Cuddeback, Ph.D. ; Mathew Gayman, Ph.D. ; Mindy Bradley-Engen, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  03/2011
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2. Intensive Parole Supervision of the Sex Offender—Putting the Containment Approach Into Practice (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 62-1 - 62-15, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243153
 Author:  Debra K. Baker, M.A., L.M.H.C. ; Joel Skolnick, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W. ; Gregory Doucette, B.A. ; Gary Levitt ; Robert Baker, B.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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3. From Institution to Community—Successful Transitions Support in Washington State Sex Offender Treatment Program (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 63-1 - 63-8, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243154
 Author:  Anmarie Aylward, M.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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4. Engaging the Community in Sexual Offender Management—Circles of Support and Accountability (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 64-1 - 64-26, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243155
 Author:  Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D. ; Janice E. Picheca, Ph.D. ; Andrew J. McWhinnie, M.A. ; Franca Cortoni, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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5. Forcible Confinements and Sexual Assault of Staff in a Correctional Environment (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 65-1 - 65-7, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243156
 Author:  Sharon M. Williams, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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6. Grand Alliance—Probation Officer and Therapist (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 66-1 - 66-7, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243157
 Author:  Rebecca Palmer, M.S. ; Terry D. Childers, L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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7. Sex Offender, the Polygraph, and Community Corrections (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 67-1 - 67-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243158
 Author:  Pryor Green, B.S. ; Billy Franklin, B.S. ; Randi Sue Lanzafama, B.S., M.Ed.
 Publication Date:  2011
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8. Two Measures for Tracking Participation in Treatment and Behavior Change in a Residential Sex Offender Program (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 68-1 - 68-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243159
 Author:  Nancy H. Walbek, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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9. Characteristics of an Effective Sex Offender Therapist (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 69-1 - 69-21, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243160
 Author:  Yolanda M. Fernandez, Ph.D. ; Geris A. Serran, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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10. Implementing the 2014 GED Exam and Computer-Based GED Testing in Correctional Facilities: A Guide for Correctional Educators and Administrators
 NCJ Number:  243384
 Author:  Susan R. Lockwood ; John M. Nally ; John Dowdell ; Jerry McGlone ; Steve Steurer
 Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:64  Issue:2  Dated:May 2013  Pages:5 to 21
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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11. Use of Technology in Correctional Education
 NCJ Number:  243385
 Author:  Cathryn Chappell, Ed.D. ; Margaret Shippen, Ph.D.
 Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:64  Issue:2  Dated:May 2013  Pages:22 to 39
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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12. Participation in Prison Education: Is It a Question of Reading and Writing Self-Efficacy Rather than Actual Skills?
 NCJ Number:  243386
 Author:  Lise Oen Jonesa ; Terje Mangerb ; Ole-Johan Eikeland ; Arve Asbjornsen
 Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:64  Issue:2  Dated:May 2013  Pages:41 to 62
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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13. Legal Primer for Special Educators in Juvenile Corrections: From Idea to Current Class Action Lawsuits
 NCJ Number:  243387
 Author:  David B. Leitch, M.Ed., J.D.
 Journal: Journal of Correctional Education  Volume:64  Issue:2  Dated:May 2013  Pages:63 to 74
 Publication Date:  05/2013
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14. Findings of a Formative Evaluation of a Transitional Housing Program for Forensic Patients Discharged into the Community
 NCJ Number:  243427
 Author:  Rebecca Cherner ; Joan Nandlal ; John Ecker ; Tim Aubry ; Donna Pettey
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:3  Dated:April 2013  Pages:157 to 180
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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15. Using Bibliotherapy to Enhance Probation and Reduce Recidivism
 NCJ Number:  243428
 Author:  Russell K. Schutt ; Xiaogang Deng ; Taylor Stoehr
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:3  Dated:April 2013  Pages:181 to 197
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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16. Mindfulness Meditation as an Adjunct Approach to Treatment Within the Correctional System
 NCJ Number:  243429
 Author:  Terra Dafoe ; Lana Stermac
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:3  Dated:April 2013  Pages:198 to 216
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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17. Community Maintenance Programs for Sexual Offenders
 NCJ Number:  243430
 Author:  Carollyne Youssef
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:3  Dated:April 2013  Pages:217 to 232
 Publication Date:  04/2013
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18. Postsecondary Educational Engagement Among Formerly-Incarcerated Transition-Age Young Men
 NCJ Number:  243431
 Author:  Laura S. Abrams ; Todd M. Franke
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:4  Dated:May - June 2013  Pages:233 to 253
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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19. Short-Run Prosocial Behavior in Response to Receiving Corrections and Affirmations in Three Therapeutic Communities
 NCJ Number:  243433
 Author:  Keith L. Warren ; Nathan Doogan ; George De Leon ; Gary S. Phillips ; James Moody ; Asleigh Hodge
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:4  Dated:May - June 2013  Pages:270 to 285
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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20. Randomized Trial of a Multimodal Community-Based Prisoner Reentry Program Emphasizing Substance Abuse Treatment
 NCJ Number:  243434
 Author:  Eric Grommon ; William S. Davidson II ; Timothy S. Bynum
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:4  Dated:May - June 2013  Pages:287 to 309
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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Courts
21. Contingency Management in Drug Courts: Research and Resources
 NCJ Number:  242410
 Author:  Maxine Stitzer, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  07/2011
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Crime prevention
22. Evaluation of Dlo'ayazhi Project Safe Neighborhoods
 NCJ Number:  242316
 Author:  Kristine Denman, M.A. ; Lisa Broidy, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  01/2013
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23. Multiplicities of Corporate Security: Identifying Emerging Types, Trends and Issues
 NCJ Number:  243377
 Author:  Randy K. Lippert ; Kevin Walby ; Rhys Steckle
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:206 to 221
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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24. Corporate Security Professional: A Hybrid Agent Between Corporate and National Security
 NCJ Number:  243378
 Author:  Karen Lund Petersen
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:222 to 235
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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Criminology
25. Translational Criminology, Spring 2013
 NCJ Number:  241010
 Journal: Transnational Criminology  Dated:Spring 2013  Pages:1 to 32
 Publication Date:  2013
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26. Animal Facilitated Sex Offender Treatment (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 32-1 - 32-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243123
 Author:  Emily Coleman, M.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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27. Application of Therapeutic Community Learning Experiences to Adults Referred for Sexually Abusive Behavior (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 33-1 - 33-27, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243124
 Author:  James M. Yokley, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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28. Sex Education and Sexually Explicit Media in Residential Treatment Programs for Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 34-1 - 34-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243125
 Author:  Nancy H. Walbek, Ph.D., L.P. ; Richard K. Seely, L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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29. Diagnosis and Treatment of Exhibitionism and Other Sexual Compulsive Disorders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 35-1 - 35-17, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243126
 Author:  Carol J. Ball, Ph.D. ; Theoharis K. Seghorn, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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30. Beyond the Cloister—Shamed Sexuality in the Formation of Sex-Offending Clergy (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 36-1 - 36-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243127
 Author:  Rev. Donald R. Hands, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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31. Group Therapy With Adult Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 37-1 - 37-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243128
 Author:  Steven P. Sawyer, M.S.S.W., C.G.P.
 Publication Date:  2011
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32. Addressing the Victim/Perpetrator Dialectic—Treatment for the Effects of Sexual Victimization on Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 38-1 - 38-45, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243129
 Author:  Laurie Guidry, Psy.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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33. Using Domestic Violence Approaches for Sex Offender Treatment (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 39-1 - 39-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243130
 Author:  Denise Hughes-Conlon, M.S., L.M.H.C., C.A.P.
 Publication Date:  2011
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34. Sex Offenders Online—What Clinicians Need to Know (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 40-1 - 40-25, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243131
 Author:  David L. Delmonico, Ph.D. ; Elizabeth J. Griffin, M.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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35. Outpatient Treatment Considerations for Mentally Ill Clients With Problem Sexual Interests, Behavior, or Offending (MI-PSIBO) (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 41-1 - 41-18, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243132
 Author:  Ruth E. Lewis, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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36. Clinical Issues in the Treatment of Geriatric Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 44-1 - 44-10, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243135
 Author:  M. K. Johnson, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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37. Hispanic Sex Offenders—Cultural Characteristics and Implications for Treatment (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 45-1 - 45-10, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243136
 Author:  Nicolas Carrasco, Ph.D. ; Diane Garza-Louis, M.Ed.
 Publication Date:  2011
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38. To Touch or Not to Touch—Issues for Therapists (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 70-1 - 70-41, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243161
 Author:  Jerry M. Thomas, M.Ed. ; C. Wilson Viar III, B.S., B.A., B.F.A.
 Publication Date:  2011
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39. Preliminary Study on the Influence of Direct Sunlight and Shade on Carcasses' Decomposition and Arthropod Succession
 NCJ Number:  243375
 Author:  Thembisa Majola ; Janine Kelly ; Theuns van der Linde
 Journal: Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal  Volume:46  Issue:2  Dated:June 2013  Pages:93 to 102
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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40. Comparison of Paired Calibration Check Results of Alco-Sensor IV - RBT IV and Intoxilyzer 5000 C in Real Cases
 NCJ Number:  243376
 Author:  Jacques Tremblay
 Journal: Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal  Volume:46  Issue:2  Dated:June 2013  Pages:112 to 119
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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41. Addressing the Weakest Link: Implementing Converged Security
 NCJ Number:  243379
 Author:  Azeem Aleem ; Alison Wakefield ; Mark Button
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:236 to 248
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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42. Corporate Security – Private Justice? (Un)settling Employer–Employee Troubles
 NCJ Number:  243381
 Author:  Clarissa Meerts
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:264 to 279
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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43. Searching for Legitimacy – Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) Overcoming Ingrained Stereotypes
 NCJ Number:  243382
 Author:  Kathrin Herbst
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:280 to 293
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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44. ‘Acting like Chameleons’: On the McDonaldization of Private Security
 NCJ Number:  243383
 Author:  Ronald van Steden ; Jaap de Waard
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:294 to 309
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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Domestic Preparedness
45. U.S. Department of Justice's Global Products Overview
 NCJ Number:  241739
 Publication Date:  09/2011
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Juveniles
46. Mindfulness Styled Practices With Adolescent Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 42-1 - 42-18, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243133
 Author:  Carl Schwartz, Ph.D., J.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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47. Adolescent Female Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 43-1 - 43-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243134
 Author:  Kurt M. Bumby, Ph.D. ; Nancy Halstenson-Bumby, Ph.D
 Publication Date:  2011
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48. American Indian Sexual Offender (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 46-1 - 46-11, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243137
 Author:  Dewey J. Ertz, Ed.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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49. Comorbid Psychopathology and Reoffense Risk Across the Lifespan of Sexual Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 47-1 - 47-13, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243138
 Author:  David P. Fago, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
 Abstract      
 
50. Treatment Success of a Community-Based Program for Young Adolescent Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 48-1 - 48-9, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243139
 Author:  Fred Schmidt, Ph.D. ; Laura Heinz, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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51. Use of Therapeutic Community Learning Experiences With Youth Referred for Sexually Abusive Behavior (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 49-1 - 49-20, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243140
 Author:  James M. Yokley, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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52. Family Therapy in Sibling-on-Sibling Sexual Abuse (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 50-1 - 50-16, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243141
 Author:  Charles E. Hodges, Jr., M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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53. Sexually Abusive Children—Etiological and Treatment Considerations (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 51-1 - 51-13, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243142
 Author:  Alexis O. Miranda, Ph.D. ; Kathleen Davis, M.Ed.
 Publication Date:  2011
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54. Creating Empathic Responses With Adolescent Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 52-1 - 52-10, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243143
 Author:  Carl Schwartz, Ph.D., J.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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55. Model for Therapists to Assess Readiness for and Provide Reunification Treatment to Juvenile Sex Offenders and Their Victims—The S.A.F.E.R. Model (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 53-1 - 53-28, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243144
 Author:  Bert Harris, M.A., L.P. ; Julie Campbell, L.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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56. Treatment of Youth Referred for Sexual Behavior Problems in Forensic Foster Care—A Social Responsibility Therapy Program Description (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 54-1 - 54-47, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243145
 Author:  James M. Yokley, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
 Abstract      
 
57. Creating a Positive Milieu in Residential Treatment for Adolescent Sexual Abusers (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 55-1 - 55-23, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243146
 Author:  Vicki MacIntyre Agee, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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58. Emotional Restitution Training in Social Responsibility Therapy for Sex Offender Referrals (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 56-1 - 56-19, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243147
 Author:  James M. Yokley, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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59. Multisystemic Therapy With Juvenile Sex Offenders (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 57-1 - 57-32, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243148
 Author:  Cynthia Cupit Swenson, Ph.D. ; Elizabeth J. Letourneau, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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60. Multisite Investigation of Treatment for Sexually Abusive Juveniles (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 58-1 - 58-17, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243149
 Author:  Guy Bourgon, Ph.D. ; Kelly E. Morton Bourgon, M.A. ; Gina Madrigrano, Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  2011
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61. Boundary Program for Sexually Reactive Children (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 59-1 - 59-17, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243150
 Author:  Jill C. Anderson, Psy.D. ; Lisa Berry-Ellis, L.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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62. Providing Differential Treatment and Supervision to the Diverse Population of Sexually Abusive Youth (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 60-1 - 60-19, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243151
 Author:  Thomas F. Leversee, L.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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63. Educating Nonoffending Parents (From Handbook of Sex Offender Treatment, P 61-1 - 61-13, 2011, Barbara K. Schwartz, ed. - See NCJ-243091)
 NCJ Number:  243152
 Author:  Melissa Santoro, L.I.C.S.W. ; Robert Grant, L.I.C.S.W. ; Cheryl Harrison, L.I.C.S.W.
 Publication Date:  2011
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64. Family Connections: The Importance of Prison Reading Programs for Incarcerated Parents and Their Children
 NCJ Number:  243432
 Author:  Daniel M. Blumberg ; Dawn A. Griffin
 Journal: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume:52  Issue:4  Dated:May - June 2013  Pages:254 to 269
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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Police
65. Safety and Health Information and Education for Law Enforcement Departments: Annotated Bibliography
 NCJ Number:  241742
 Publication Date:  07/2012
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66. Police Chief, Volume 80, Issue 7, July 2013
 NCJ Number:  243374
 Journal: The Police Chief  Volume:80  Issue:7  Dated:July 2013  Pages:1 to 70
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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Victims
67. Understanding Elder Abuse: New Directions for Developing Theories of Elder Abuse Occurring in Domestic Settings
 NCJ Number:  241731
 Author:  Shelly L. Jackson Ph.D. ; Thomas L. Hafemeister, J.D., Ph.D.
 Publication Date:  06/2013
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68. Victim Information and Notification
 NCJ Number:  242406
 Publication Date:  2009
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69. Victim/Offender Programs
 NCJ Number:  242407
 Publication Date:  2009
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70. Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in the Workplace
 NCJ Number:  243380
 Author:  Dennis M. Savard ; Daniel B. Kennedy
 Journal: Security Journal  Volume:26  Issue:3  Dated:July 2013  Pages:249 to 263
 Publication Date:  07/2013
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International Criminology
71. Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport
 NCJ Number:  241578
 Publication Date:  02/2013
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