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  • Differences in the Validity of Self-Reported Drug Use Across Five Factors: Gender, Race, Age, Type of Drug, and Offense Seriousness, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 182363. (52 pages).
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  • Incarcerated Parents and Their Children, BJS, August 2000, NCJ 182335. (12 pages).
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  • Process Evaluation of the Michigan Department of Corrections' Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program, NIJ-Sponsored, February 2000, NCJ 181650. (80 pages).
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  • Final Report of Outcomes for the Ozark Correctional Center Drug Treatment Program, NIJ-Sponsored, February 2000, NCJ 181649. (36 pages).
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  • Report of a Process Evaluation of the Ozark Correctional Center Drug Treatment Program: Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, February 2000, NCJ 181648. (61 pages).
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  • Summary of Key Findings of a Process Evaluation of the Ozark Correctional Center Drug Treatment Program, NIJ-Sponsored, February 2000, NCJ 181647. (15 pages).
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  • Prison and Jail Inmates at Midyear 1999, BJS, April 2000, NCJ 181643. (12 pages).
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  • Implementation of the Intensive Community-Based Aftercare Program, OJJDP, July 2000, NCJ 181464. (20 pages).
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  • Correcting Corrections: Missouri's Parallel Universe, Research in Brief, NIJ, May 2000, NCJ 181414. (7 pages).
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  • But They All Come Back: Rethinking Prisoner Reentry, Research in Brief, NIJ, May 2000, NCJ 181413. (10 pages).
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May 27, 2015