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Title: Offender Services in the Washington Metropolitan Area
Corporate Author: District of Columbia Office of Criminal Justice Plans and Analysis
United States of America
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 144
Sponsoring Agency: District of Columbia Office of Criminal Justice Plans and Analysis
Washington, DC 20005
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Document: PDF
Type: Directory
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This catalog presents, in standardized form, material and information pertaining to community services offered to offenders by private or public agencies in the Washington metropolitan area.
Abstract: The information should assist program administrators, social workers, probation and parole officers, attorneys, researchers, and other interested in rendering services and assistance to offenders. The catalog contains an alphabetical index of the programs as well as an index of services, under which appropriate programs are delineated. The alphabetical entry on each program provides address, telephone, and an abstract of the services provided. Also indicated for each program is agency type, funding source, area served, and the maximum number of clients per year.
Index Term(s): District of Columbia; Post-release programs; Social service agencies
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