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Interventions for prisoners returning to the community [electronic resource] / [author: Maria Borzycki]
Bib ID 3664574
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Borzycki, Maria
 
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Canberra : Attorney-General's Department, 2005 
ISBN 0642211396
Series

PANDORA electronic collection.

Summary

The Australian Government Attorney-General's Community Safety and Justice Branch tasked the Australian Institute of Criminology to assess the current state of interventions for prisoners returning to the community. The project researched international trends in the delivery of interventions for offenders, as well as providing an overview of services available to Australian prisoners. This two-part volume details the outcomes of that research project.

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on April 7, 2006).

"A report prepared by the Australian Institute of Criminology for the Community Safety and Justice Branch of the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department".

Text.

Also available in a print version.

Selected for archiving

Subjects Ex-convicts -- Services for -- Australia.  |  Ex-convicts -- Social conditions.  |  Criminals -- Rehabilitation.
Other authors/contributors Australian Institute of Criminology  |  Australia. Attorney-General's Dept. Community Safety and Justice Branch
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia 2005. 
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516 |aText.
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650 0 |aEx-convicts|xServices for|zAustralia.
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856 4 0 |zPublisher site|uhttp://www.crimeprevention.gov.au/agd/WWW/ncphome.nsf/AllDocs/DAD69C1C8D3D5F28CA256FDB001DD4B4?OpenDocument
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