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Implementation and Outcome Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program, Final Report
(NCJ 206177) March 2005
Report, 110 page(s)
Wiebush, R. G., Wagner, D., McNulty, B., Wang, Y., Le, T. N.
Presents the findings from a 5-year, multisite evaluation of the implementation and outcomes of OJJDPs Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP). The goal of the IAP model is to reduce recidivism among high-risk parolees. The model postulates that effective intervention requires not only intensive supervision and services after institutional release, but also a focus on reintegration during incarceration and a highly structured and gradual transition between institutionalization and aftercare. Available online only.
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