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  • ISBN: 0131188720
  • ISBN: 9780131188723
  • Physical Description: print
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    xxiv, 455 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J . : Pearson Prentice Hall, ... Read More

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The notion of special needs offenders -- Risk ... Read More
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Subject: Special needs offenders Rehabilitation United States

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Special Needs Offenders in the Community
Special Needs Offenders in the Community
by Hanser, Robert D.
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Special Needs Offenders in the Community

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
1The Notion of Special Needs Offenders
2Risk Assessment, Diagnosis, Classification, and Recidivism Prediction of Offenders
3Substance Abusers and Substance Abuse Programs
4Offenders with Communicable Diseases
5Mentally Disordered Offenders; Commonalities, Assessment and Treatment
6Offenders with Learning Disabilities and Mental Retardation
7Special Needs of Early Childhood Offenders
8The Child & Adolescent Offender as a Special Needs Offender
9Gang Members as Special Needs Offenders
10Juvenile Sex Offenders as Special Needs Offenders
11Adult Sex Offenders
12Domestic Batterers as Special Needs Offenders
13Female Offenders as Special Offenders
14Special Needs of Geriatric Offenders
15Restorative Justice, Mediation, and Sentencing Circles: Their Applicability to Special Needs Offenders Who are on Probation or Parole
16Predictions and Suggestions for the Future Processing of Special Needs Offenders
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