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71 Fed. Probation 1 (2007)

handle is hein.journals/fedpro71 and id is 1 raw text is: December 2007
Sex Offender Residence Restrictions-Sensible Policy or Flawed Logic?                                                      2
Restricting where sex offenders live has become a popular mechanism for attempting to prevent sex crime recidivism. The authors review
the growing body of literature on collateral consequences of residence restrictions and implications for policy and practice.
Jill Levenson, Kristen Zgoba, Richard Tewksbury
A Protocol for Comprehensive Hostage Negotiation Training Within Correctional Institutions                              1 0
The author presents a protocol for training the correctional hostage negotiators through use of professional actors as hostage-takers
during unscripted improvised hostage-taking role play practicums.
David Anthony Fullard
A Hawaii Criminal Court Provides Restorative Justice Practices for Healing Relationships                                1 8
Pono Kaulike, a pilot program initiated in 2002 in Hawaii to address family and intimate violence through the use of Restorative Justice
Practices offers a step toward healing for all those concerned.
Lorenn Walker, Leslie A. Hayashi
The Predictive Validity of the LSI-R on a Sample of Offenders Drawn From the
Records of the Iowa Department of Corrections Data Management System                                                    25
Many correctional programs have begun utilizing risk and needs assessment tools to facilitate developing case management strategies.
The current study demonstrates the relevance of testing the predictive validity of the Level of Service Inventory-Revised as well as the
benefits of forming the instrument on a sample of probationers and parolees from Iowa.
Christopher T Lowenkamp, Kristin Bechtel
Probation and Parole Officers Speak Out: Caseload and Workload Allocation                                               30
Community corrections populations have experienced tremendous growth for the past two decades, with serious implications for state
probation and parole agencies regarding how to make caseload and workload decisions. The authors conduct a web-based survey of
APPA membership to obtain the perceptions.
Matthew DeMichele, Brian K. Payne
Thacher, Augustus, and Hill-The Path to Statutory Probation in the United States and England                            36
Many American criminal justice professionals and academics are familiar with the name of John Augustus, often termed the father
of probation' Most are much less familiar with two other early formative influences on probation, Peter Oxenbridge Thacher in
Massachusetts and Matthew Davenport Hill in England.
Charles Lindner
Looking at the Law                                                                                                      42
Juvenile Focus                                                                                                          50
Contributors to This Issue                                                                                              57
Index of Articles and Reviews for 2007                                                                                  58
The articles and reviews that appear in Federal Probation express the points of view of the persons who wrote them and not necessarily the
points of view of the agencies and organizations with which these persons are affiliated. Moreover, Federal Probation's publication of the articles
and reviews is not to be taken as an endorsement of the material by the editors, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, or the Federal
Probation and Pretrial Services System.

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