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NCJ Number: 31364 Find in a Library
Title: MANPOWER BEHIND BARS
Journal: COUNTY MANPOWER REPORT  Volume:3  Issue:4  Dated:(AUGUST 1974)  Pages:1-2,AND 6-13
Author(s): L LEIBERG
Corporate Author: National Assoc of Counties (NACo)
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 10
Sponsoring Agency: National Assoc of Counties (NACo)
Washington, DC 20001
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF THE MUTUAL AGREEMENT PROGRAM (MAP) WHICH USES A REHABILITATION PROGRAM DEVELOPED AND CONTRACTED FOR BY BOTH INMATES AND CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL TO PREPARE INMATES FOR THEIR PAROLE RELEASE.
Abstract: THE THREE PHASES OF IMPLEMENTING THE PROGRAM - RESEARCH AND PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION, AND DISSEMINATION AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - ARE DISCUSSED. THE EXPERIMENTAL MAP PROGRAMS IN WISCONSIN, CALIFORNIA, AND ARIZONA WHICH HAVE RECEIVED FEDERAL FUNDING ARE COMPARED. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAMS IN OTHER STATES ARE BRIEFLY DISCUSSED AS INDICATIVE OF FUTURE TRENDS IN MAP.
Index Term(s): Arizona; California; Contract parole; Correctional personnel; Future trends; Inmate Programs; Inmates; Wisconsin
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