Title

Pre-Parole Programs in State and Federal Correctional Institutions for Men

Publication Year

1956

Keywords

Parole, correctional institution, men, criminal justice

Disciplines

Law | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Sociology

Abstract

The correctional process is a continuous one. It begins the day a man enters an institution and should not stop when he is released. The realization of this and the fact that thousands of dollars spent for the care and treatment of the offender are literally wasted if a man cannot be released prepared to make an adequate adjustment to a free society, has resulted in an increasing emphasis on pre-release programs within penal and correctional institutions.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Sociology and Anthropology

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