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72 Fed. Probation 1 (2008)

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The Influence of Social Distance on Community Corrections Officer Perceptions                                         2
of Offender Reentry Needs
Research suggests that offenders perceive officer-offender social distance as a potential barrier in the reentry process and, as a
result, offenders sometimes do not trust their community corrections officers. Using survey data from sample of state and
federal community corrections officers in Seattle, the authors examine the relationship between offender-officer social distance
and officer perception of offender post-release needs.
Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Elaine Gunnison
The First 20 Years of Drug Treatment Courts: A Brief Description of Their History and Impact                        13
This article focuses on adult Drug Treatment Courts and discusses 1) the genesis and implementation of first-generation specialized
drug courts, 2) the concept of therapeutic jurisprudence and the theoretical underpinning of DTCs, and 3) the rise in drug courts
nationwide and their impact on rearrest and treatment retention.
Arthur J. Lurigio
Evaluating Pretrial Services Programs in North Carolina                                                             18
The authors present the findings of a study assessing North Carolina's pretrial services programs, analyzing 1) program processes
and 2) client perceptions. They also 3) examined existing administrative data to present actual quantitative information on
program efficacy and impact and thus compare and contrast actual with perceived impact.
Melinda Tanner, Dillon Wyatt, Douglas L. Yearwood
Barriers to Effective Program      Implementation: Rural School-based Probation                                    2 8
This article assesses the barriers to effective implementation revealed as part of a process evaluation of a rural, School-based
Probation Program. Analyses are framed in terms of individual, organizational, and systemic barriers to implementation.
Martha L. Henderson, Amanda Mathias-Humphrey, M. Joan McDermott
Warning: Sex Offenders Need to be Supervised in the Community                                                       37
Laws on GPS monitoring for sex offenders, lifetime probation or parole sanctions for convicted sex offenders, and expanded
use of polygraphs for sex offenders living in the community have redefined the role of probation and parole officers supervising
sex offenders. This article provides an overview of the assumptions underlying a new training curriculum developed by the
American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) on this topic.
Brian K. Payne, Matthew DeMichele                                                                                  43
American Criminal Justice Philosophy Revisited
Almost a decade after publication of an article on this topic, the author revisits it to ask Are current movements that embrace
service and reform ideologies really contemporary innovations or a repackaging of previous approaches? and What can be
learned from the recent terrorist attacks?
Curtis Blakely                                                                                                     48
Probation Intake: Gatekeeper to the Family Court
One of the unique features of the Family Court is the preliminary procedure known as probation intake. The author looks at
the history and diverse reactions to probation intake, its positive and negative critiques, recent events and possible future.
Charles Lindner
Looking at the Law                                                                                                 54
Juvenile Focus                                                                                                      62
Your Bookshelf on Review                                                                                            69
Contributors to This Issue                                                                                          72
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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