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February 9, 2008

Latest issue of Corrections Today about "Evidence-Based" research and reforms

Dec_cover07The latest issue of Corrections Today, which is the professional membership publication of the American Correctional Association, is devoted to "Correctional Research & Evidence-Based Practices."  In this opening commentary, National Institute of Corrections' Chief of Research and Evaluation sets the tone for the issue with this call to action: "We need to shift the center of gravity from the research community toward the practitioner community by focusing on the integration of research and correctional practice."  Here are just a few of the important pieces in this issue:

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