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  • Time Served in Prison by Federal Offenders, 1986-97, BJS, June 1999, NCJ 171682. (13 pages).
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  • Measuring What Matters: Proceedings From the Policing Research Institute Meetings, NIJ, July 1999, NCJ 170610. (231 pages).
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  • Truth in Sentencing in State Prisons, BJS, January 1999, NCJ 170032. (16 pages).
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  • Correctional Populations in the United States, 1996, BJS, April 1999, NCJ 170013. (200 pages).
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  • Federal Pretrial Release and Detention, 1996, BJS, February 1999, NCJ 168635. (17 pages).
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  • Promising Victim-Related Practices and Strategies in Probation and Parole, OVC, 1999, NCJ 166606. (301 pages).
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  • When Neighbors Go to Jail: Impact on Attitudes About Formal and Informal Social Control, NIJ, July 1999, FS 000243.
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  • Impact Assessment of the Pre-Release Employment Program, Graduates of the Herman Toulson Boot Camp Versus Nonparticipants, Graduates of the Herman Toulson Boot Camp, NIJ-Sponsored, 1998, NCJ 190227. (31 pages).
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  • An Assessment of Space Needs in Juvenile Detention and Correctional Facilities, Report to Congress, July 1998, OJJDP, July 1998, NCJ 188796. (118 pages).
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  • Drug Testing for Youthful Offenders on Parole: An Experimental Study, NIJ-Sponsored, August 1998, NCJ 182782. (185 pages).
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March 2, 2015