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NCJ Number: 41134 Find in a Library
Title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTIONING OF EX-OFFENDERS AND PAROLE OFFICERS AS PAROLE AGENTS
Author(s): R R PRIESTINO
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 191
Sponsoring Agency: UMI Dissertation Services
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1346
Sale Source: UMI Dissertation Services
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P.O. Box 1346
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United States of America
Type: Thesis/Dissertation
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OHIO'S PAROLE OFFICER AIDE PROGRAM WHICH ATTEMPTS TO PROVIDE EX-OFFENDERS WITH MEANINGFUL CAREERS IN SOCIAL SERVICES. THE PROGRAM'S THREE-YEAR OPERATION IS EVALUATED.
Abstract: THIS STUDY PRESENTS SOME BACKGROUND OF THE PAROLE SYSTEM AND ITS DEVELOPMENT, AS WELL AS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE USE OF EX-OFFENDERS IN HELPING SERVICES. THE PROGRAM IS DESCRIBED AND METHODOLOGY IS PRESENTED WHICH INCLUDED AN ATTITUDINAL QUESTIONNAIRE AND INTERVIEWS. FINDINGS FROM THE STUDY CONCLUDE THAT THE PROGRAM IS EFFECTIVE AND SHOULD BE EXPANDED.
Index Term(s): Correctional personnel; Ex-offender employment; Ohio; Probation or parole officers
Note: OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - DOCTORAL DISSERTATION
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