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NCJ Number: 10771 Find in a Library
Title: ALCOHOLIC, NARCOTIC AND EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS AMONG CORRECTIONAL INMATES AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR DEALING WITH THESE PROBLEMS
Author(s): J B DELLINGER
Corporate Author: District of Columbia Board of Parole
United States of America
Date Published: 1968
Page Count: 64
Sponsoring Agency: District of Columbia Board of Parole
Washington, DC 20001
Publication Number: U
Type: Directory
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: STUDY OF THE CASE FILES OF 1,020 INMATES IN THE D.C. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE THREE PROBLEM AREAS IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF INMATES INVOLVED.
Abstract: INCLUDED IN THE STUDY ARE 1) A DEFINITION OF THE PROBLEM AS STATED IN THE EVALUATIONS OF SUPERVISORY STAFF AND SUGGESTIONS FOR MANAGEMENT, 2) A DISCUSSION OF THE COMMUNITY RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR DEALING WITH THE PROBLEMS, INCLUDING A LISTING OF AGENCIES OR RESOURCES WITH PERTINENT INFORMATION ON FUNCTIONS, STAFFING, AND COSTS, AND 3) COMMENTS ON THE ADEQUACY OF THE AVAILABLE RESOURCES. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)
Index Term(s): Alcoholics; Community resources; Correctional institutions (adult); Corrections statistics; Demography; District of Columbia; Drug abuse; Inmate statistics; Mentally ill offenders; Psychiatric services
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