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NCJ Number: NCJ 241726     Find in a Library
Title: How to Stay Out of Jail and Rebuild Yourself
Author(s): Jude E. M. St. Pierre
Date Published: 03/2013
Page Count: 46
  Annotation: This book contains information for soon-to-be-released and recently released offenders on how to stay out of jail and successfully rebuild one’s life.
Abstract: This book was written by a former offender who successfully rebuilt his life after he was released from jail. The book is intended for use by soon-to-be-released and recently released offenders who need guidance on how to stay out of trouble and successfully rebuild their lives. The book is short, with information provided in easy to read chapters. The nine chapters of the book cover the following topics: Who Are You?; What Are You Doing With Your Time (While Incarcerated)?; Before Release – Where Are You Going? What Are Your Options?; Love Yourself; Relationships; Attitude, Think; Budgeting; Know When to Shut Up; and Driving Protocol.
Main Term(s): Ex-offenders
Index Term(s): Probationers ; Ex-offender employment ; Parolees ; Parole effectiveness ; Adjustment to parole ; Probationers attitudes ; Reentry
Publication Number: ISBN 9781482639292
Sale Source:
Billing Department
P.O. Box 80463
Seattle, WA 98108
United States of America
Type: Guideline
Country: United States of America
Language: English
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