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reincarcerating

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  • verb Present participle of reincarcerate.

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  • In quieter fashion Schwarzenegger has already stopped paroling long-overdue lifers and resumed reincarcerating parole violators for minor technical violations.

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  • In quieter fashion Schwarzenegger has already stopped paroling long-overdue lifers and resumed reincarcerating parole violators for minor technical violations.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Trace says the potential cost savings from such programmes are "huge", calculating that for every 100 individuals successfully completing a Rapt programme, £6.3m is saved on resentencing and reincarcerating, equating to savings of £440m a year if 10% of drug dependent prisoners had access to such services."

    Could an intensive, abstinence-based approach solve prisoners' drug addiction?

  • The program included an there is little in the way of evaluative research. ambitious nine-month aftercare component A recent evaluation of intensive follow-up run by private providers. 44 In the Michigan supervision in Pennsylvania found that this program, 22\% of participating youths were effort was effective in reducing postrelease escalated to regular training school place - arrests, primarily by reincarcerating failing ments during the residential phase, and youths sooner than would be likely without such supervision. 39 Another evaluation of Jurisdictions serious about working with efforts to provide intensive postrelease supervision and assistance to both youths youths have developed a wide array of and their families in Detroit, Michigan, and programs offering varying degrees of Pittsburgh,

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