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Alternatives to Prison

Rehabilitation and Other Programs

In 2003, there were almost seven million criminals in the United States. But only about two million of them were behind bars. In Alternatives to Prison, you'll learn why those other five million people are out on parole or probation. You'll also learn about: rehabilitation, community service, boot camps, day reporting, house arrest, and what the future may hold for other alternatives to prison.

More books from this author: Craig Russell

More books in this series: Incarceration Issues: Punishment, Reform