2 edition of Female offenders in the community found in the catalog.
Female offenders in the community
James B. Austin
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Corrections in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by James Austin, Barbara Bloom, Trish Donahue.|
|Contributions||Bloom, Barbara., Donahue, Trish., National Institute of Corrections (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
Mar 30, · Women Aren’t Always Sentenced By The Book. And Maybe They Shouldn’t Be. in addition to her long record of community service. She still . d) identifies examples of good practice with women offenders in the community. In particular, it is hoped that the findings within this report will be of use to Regional Offender.
Offering comprehensive coverage with an applied, practical perspective, Community Corrections, Second Edition covers all the major topics in the field while emphasizing reintegration and community partnerships and focusing strongly on assessment, risk prediction, and classification. Author Robert D. Hanser draws on his expertise with offender treatment planning, special needs populations, and 5/5(1). Often, research concerning the female offender is scarce. This book adds to the criminological literature on the topic of reentry for women, focusing on the barriers women face as they return to society and adjust to life after incarceration. Each chapter addresses specific issues, challenges, Author: Lisa M. Carter.
This article focuses on the steadily increasing number of females being admitted in corrections. It emphasizes the need for gender-based programs inside and outside prisons, and observes that drug offenses seem to be the main reason for the increase of female inmates. Most of these women have experienced physical—and even sexual—abuse, which makes treatment even more innovationoptimiser.com by: 1. Our Successes. THE PROGRAM has consistently had one of the lowest recidivism rates in the nation. A study performed by the University of Pittsburgh on the agency’s entire service population documented an unparalleled 15% recidivism rate among its clients; this rate has held steady (% recidivism at 6-months post release), according to a three-year program evaluation conducted .
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A study by Austin, Bloom, and Donahue () identified effective strategies for working with women offenders in community correctional settings.
Austin et al. found that the most promising community-based programs for female offenders do not employ the medical or. Updated research on the juvenile justice treatment of girls offenders, including a look at direct files into the adult system, has been included to further explore this population of female offenders.
The book has been updated throughout with recent research and theories, new or expanded federal and state programs, and statistical data for such. Female Offenders in the Community: The Context of Female Crime.
Published: View Book Chapter. Nugent, B. and Loucks, N. () ‘Female Offenders in the Community: The Context of Crime’. In R. Sheehan, G. McIvor and C. Trotter (eds) Working with Women Offenders in the Community. Devon: Willan Publishing; 1 - Working With Women Offenders in the Community builds on ideas presented in the editors' previous book, What Works With Women Offenders (), extending the focus particularly on women offenders in the community rather than in prison.
Dec 21, · Working With Women Offenders in the Community builds on ideas presented in the editors’ previous book, What Works With Women Offenders (), extending the focus particularly on women offenders in the community rather than in prison.
This book concentrates on women who have committed criminal offences and who may have been placed on Book Edition: 1st Edition. Jan 01, · Featuring a collection of essays by leading experts, Female Sexual Offenders: Theory, Assessment and Treatment is the first book to bring together current research, clinical assessment, and treatment techniques of female sexual offenders into one accessible volume.
Describes the Female offenders in the community book recent research data regarding female sexual offenders, covering such issues as4/5. Whereas male offenders chose female victims 80% of the time, female offenders chose female victims 68% of the time. These numbers suggest that female offenders are not only more likely to target victims of the same sex, but also to show somewhat less strength in the gender preference of their victims.
Moreover, female offenders tended to have a. Modified wraparound and women offenders in community corrections: strategies, opportunities and tensions / Beth Glover Reed, Maureen E.
Leavitt --Beyond recidivism: perspectives on evaluation of programs for female offenders in community corrections / Barbara Bloom --What to do about girls, thinking about programs for young women / Meda.
Often, research concerning the female offender is scarce. This book adds to the criminological literature on the topic of reentry for women, focusing on the barriers women face as they return to society and adjust to life after incarceration.
Each. Jan 05, · Praise for Working with Female Offenders "Encyclopedic in scope and full of very relevant work drawn from the fields of biology, psychology, criminology, and corrections, this book is a must-read for those working with girl and women offenders." —Meda Chesney-Lind, Professor, Women's Studies University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Domestic violence was a reality for many female offenders before they were incarcerated, and may well be a risk for them when they return to the community. Probation reports may fail to identify this problem, and substance use disorder staff may not be sensitized to it.
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Praise for Working with Female Offenders Encyclopedic in scope and full of very relevant work drawn from the fields of biologyCited by: Get this from a library.
Female offenders in the community: an analysis of innovative strategies and programs. [James B Austin; Barbara E Bloom; Trish Donahue; National Institute of Corrections (U.S.)]. However, most female offenders are under community supervision.
In, women were on probation, representing 22 percent of all probationers (up from 18 percent in ); 87, women were on parole, representing 12 percent of all.
The book also explores the many faces of offenders — young, old, male, female, and across many cultures. The Second Edition of Counseling Criminal Justice Offenders recognizes that individuals who counsel offenders in the criminal justice system often have not had the extensive training of a licensed psychologist and this text is designed to.
Across 38 effect sizes reflecting 37 studies and nearly 22, women offenders, women who participated in correctional interventions had 22% to 35% greater odds of community success than non.
Presents theory, guidelines, treatment, program considerations, and strategies designed to rehabilitate and empower female offenders to reenter society in a meaningful and productive way.
Topics include an overview of delinquent girls; the relational theory of women's psychological development; ment. Books shelved as sex-offenders: Faith by Jennifer Haigh, Obsession by John E. Douglas, The Reader by Bernhard Schlink, Forgive Me by Daniel Palmer, and T. Start studying Chapter 8 (Community Corrections).
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. It allows offenders, Like Gilbert Arenas, a sentencing option between prison and probation that provides more freedom than prison but less freedom than traditional probation designed specifically for female.
problems of female offenders enmeshed in the system. Additionally, while research indicates that community-based programs may be successful in dealing with the problems of female delinquents, few programs target the specific needs of girls and young women.
Furthermore, little is known about the characteristics of programs that serve women, or. Resources for Female Ex-Offenders innovationoptimiser.com - This website was created specifically for ex-cons and those working with them or involved in the corrections field.
Special collection of resources for ex-offenders and corrections staff - Under this "umbrella" link, explore the countless books, DVDs, posters, and kits/series/programs.We offer a variety of resources to meet the unique needs of female offenders and ex-offenders in or involved with the corrections system in the United States.
Welcome to Impact Publications, your one-stop center for thousands of life-changing resources on employment, education, life skills, and travel. This book prepares women in the.Aug 15, · The second edition captures key developments in this area, with new chapters drawing on a range of pressing contemporary issues, such as female offenders, Internet offenders, terrorists, young people involved in harmful sexual behaviour, and protective factors for innovationoptimiser.com by: