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Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California

Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California

phase I report

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parole -- Health aspects -- California,
  • Prisoners -- Health and hygiene -- California,
  • Prisoners -- California,
  • Health Services Needs and Demand -- California,
  • Socioeconomic Factors -- California

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementLois M. Davis ... [et al.].
    SeriesRand Corporation technical report series -- TR-687-TCE, Technical report (Rand Corporation) -- TR-687-TCE.
    ContributionsDavis, Lois M., Rand Infrastructure, Safety, and Environment (Organization)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV9278 .U53 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 192 p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23918517M
    ISBN 100833047531
    ISBN 109780833047533
    LC Control Number2009025266

      HSC - Introduction to Public Health Find Books & E-books Search this Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California Publication Date: Videos Journal Titles. Search Assumption Library. Advanced Search. Finding it on the shelf The book's call number is like its address on the shelf. BSY37 Author: Kate Bejune. 1 Stolz ().. 2 Feeley and Simon ().. 3 Martinson ().. 4 Skogan ().. 5 Garland ().. 6 The figure presents thirty-five countries from a list of reported in Walmsley (); these were selected to illustrate variation in world incarceration rates. For all countries, the United States still has the highest incarceration rate.

    Description: Understanding and Improving Prisoner Reentry Outcomes Prisoner Reentry is an engaging and comprehensive examination of prisoner reentry and how to improve public safety, well-being, and justice in the “era of mass incarceration.” Renowned authors Daniel P. Mears and Joshua C. Cochran investigate historical trends in.   "In Prisoner Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration, Mears and Cochran confront the absurdity and human toll of America's mass incarceration project and serve up provocative questions, serious scholarship, and clear-minded proposals for a new approach to reintegrating offenders into : SAGE Publications.

    Chapter 1. Prisoner Reentry: An Overivew 1 CHAPTER Prisoner Reentry: An Overview Reentry Defined We define “reentry” as the process of leaving prison and returning to society. All prisoners ex-perience reentry irrespective of their method of release or form of supervision, if any. So both prisoners who are released on parole and thoseFile Size: KB. This text is machine-read, and may contain errors. Check the original document to verify accuracy. M E E T I N G S U M M A R Y The Public Health Dimensions of Prisoner Reentry: Addressing the Health Needs and Risks of Returning Prisoners and their Families National Reentry Roundtable Meeting The Urban Institute Los Angeles, California December , .


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Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description: Examines the health care needs of newly released California prisoners; the communities most affected by reentry and the health care safety net of those communities; the critical roles that health care providers, other social services, and family members play in successful reentry; and the effects of reentry on the children and families of incarcerated.

Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California. State-of-the-State Report. by Lois M. Davis, Malcolm V. Williams, Kathryn Pitkin Derose, Paul S. Steinberg, Nancy Nicosia, Adrian Overton, Lisa Kraus, Susan Turner, Terry Fain, Eugene Williams.

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[Lois M Davis; Rand Infrastructure, Safety, and Environment (Organization);] -- The first phase of this study used a variety of approaches to assess the health care needs of California prisoners upon their release, the geographic distribution of state.

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Get this from a library. Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California: state-of-the-state report. [Lois M Davis; Rand Corporation.;] -- "The past few decades have witnessed a significant increase in the number of ex-prisoners returning to communities nationwide.

Often overlooked are this population's physical and social-behavioral. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Lois Davis and others published Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California: State-of-the-State Report | Find, read and cite all. prisoners to explore the policy impact of various components of reentry such as housing, health care, public safety, and civic participation.

The goal of the roundtables is to develop new thinking on the issue of prisoner reentry and to foster policy innovations that will improve outcomes for individuals, families, and communities. Eugene Williams's 3 research works with 14 citations and 11 reads, including: What Are the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California.

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[READ] Kindle Understanding Health Literacy: Implications for Medicine and Public Health Free. Health and Prisoner Reentry 2 − One-half of men and 4 in 10 women with substance abuse problems participated in treatment services during prison, including Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and formal treatment programs.

Eight to ten months after release, one-quarter were still receiving such services. Title(s): Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California: phase I report/ Lois M.

Davis [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Santa Monica, CA:. Reentry refers to the transition of offenders from prisons or jails back into the community. According to the U.S.

Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programspeople were released from state and federal prisons in Another million cycle through local jails (Bureau of Justice Statistics, ). Kupte si knihu Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California: Davis, Lois M;Nicosia, Nancy;Overton, Adrian;Miyashiro, Lisa;DeRose, Kathryn Pitkin: za nejlepší cenu se slevou.

Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR. An Overview of Offender Reentry 1 National Institute of Justice | 1 An Overview of Offender Reentry At the end ofmillion persons were under the jurisdiction of state or federal prisons or in county jails.

A majority of these persons—close to 95 percent—will return to their Size: KB. These results provide confidence that the measures are robust and can serve as a useful planning tool.

This research highlight describes work done for RAND Health and RAND Infrastructure, Safety, and Environment documented in Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California: Phase I Report, by Lois M.

Davis, Nancy. Title(s): Understanding the public health implications of prisoner reentry in California: state-of-the-state report/ Lois M. Davis [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Santa Monica, CA: RAND, There is a necessity for effective strategies, which address the barriers that prevent previously incarcerated individuals from successfully reintegrating into their communities.

Released prisoners are disadvantaged educationally, economically and socially, which further perpetuates inequality (Vishner and Travis, ).

An approach to reducing.The vast reentry population is described, as are characteristics and issues specific to their experience.

Recognition that mental illness, substance abuse, homelessness, educational limitations, employment challenges, and the burden of a criminal background are all dominant for the individual reentering from jail or prison enhances their Cited by: 1.