Probation Journal volume 21, issue 2, P62-62 1974 DOI: 10.1177/026455057402100211 View full text
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Abstract: Fortunately, there is still much of iriterest in this account, not only for the academic but also for the practitioner. The probation officer, for example, will find much to ponder in the chapter on after-care. One of the effects of the curtail.ment of the original project plan was that aftercare arrangements were not able to be modified in line with the changes in institutional treatment. The result is that the study reveals many deficiencies in &dquo;traditional&dquo; after-care arrangements, and produces a…

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