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NCJ Number: 34010 Find in a Library
Title: TEACH CASELOAD MANAGEMENT AS A MEANS TO ACCOUNTABILITY, PART 2
Journal: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CORRECTION  Volume:38  Issue:1  Dated:(JANUARYFEBRUARY 1976)  Pages:34
Author(s): J C MALONEY; F B RAYMOND; R W WEINBACH
Corporate Author: American Correctional Assoc
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 1
Sponsoring Agency: American Correctional Assoc
Alexandria, VA 22314
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: PART TWO OF AN ARTICLE DESCRIBING HOW THE SOUTH CAROLINA PROBATION PAROLE AND PARDON BOARD HAS RESPONDED TO THE NEED TO BE ACCOUNTABLE IN EACH INDIVIDUAL CASE, DESPITE OFFICERS' INCREASING CASELOADS AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
Abstract: IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE RESULTS OF THE WORKSHOP, AN 'EFFECTIVENESS OF CASELOAD MANAGEMENT INDEX' WAS PREPARED A 'PRE-TEST, POST-TEST' PROCEDURE INDICATED SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT IN CASELOAD MANAGEMENT ON THE PART OF WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS. FOR PART 1 OF THIS ARTICLE, SEE NCJ-31103.
Index Term(s): Accountability; Caseload management; Evaluation; Probation or parole agencies; South Carolina; Workshops and seminars
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