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73 Fed. Probation 1 (2009)

handle is hein.journals/fedpro73 and id is 1 raw text is: June 2009                                                                                                                   1
THIS ISSUE IN BRIEF
Parole Violations and Revocations in California: Analysis and Suggestions for Action                                      2
California has the largest prison population of any state, with one in seven of all state prisoners in the U.S. incarcerated there. The authors
discuss results of a three-year study of the causes and consequences of parole violations and revocations in California, representing the largest,
most comprehensive, and rigorous study of parole violations and revocations conducted.
Ryken Grattet, Joan Petersilia, Jeffrey Lin, Marlene Beckman
Pretrial Risk Assessment and Case Classification: A Case Study                                                           12
The author traces the pre- and post-implementation experience of incorporating an objective risk assessment system into a pretrial services
program that has been operating for over 20 years, comparing processes and revocation and violation results.
Keith Cooprider
Restorative Practices in Institutional Settings and at Release: Victim Wrap Around Programs                              1 6
Debate over the extent to which victims should be included in criminal justice processes continues to divide scholars, practitioners, offend-
ers, victims, and other correctional advocates. The author describes Victim Wrap Around services incorporated by several state correctional
systems to carry recognition of victims into the prisoner reentry process.
Martha Henderson Hurley
Pono Kaulike: Reducing Violence with Restorative Justice and Solution-Focused Approaches                                23
Pono Kaulike is a pilot program in Hawaii for people who plead guilty to criminal offenses, the people hurt by the crimes, and their supporters
that evolved to apply solution-focused brief therapy for groups and for people who meet individually with facilitators without the participa-
tion of other parties. The authors reviewed those involved in this program between 2002 and 2007 to see how participants viewed restorative
interventions that did not require face-to-face meetings among all of the involved parties. The authors also compare recidivism results between
offenders in Pono Kaulike and a control group.
Lorenn Walker, Leslie Hayashi
Estimating the Impact of Kentucky's Felon Disenfranchisement Policy on 2008 Presidential
and Senatorial Elections                                                                                                28
This study estimates voting preferences of disenfranchised voters via a survey administered to a stratified random sample of Kentucky's pro-
bationers and parolees prior to the November 2008 election.
Gennaro E Vito, J. Eagle Shutt, Richard Tewksbury
The Effect of Participatory Management on Internal Stress, Overall Job Satisfaction,3
and Turnover Intention among Federal Probation Officers                                                                 33
As a potential solution to employee turnover faced by probation executives, this study examines the effect of participatory management on
turnover intention by using aggregate survey data from federal probation line officers in three states. Although participatory climate showed
no significant direct effect, it indirectly affected turnover and played an important role in reducing stress and enhancing overall job satisfac-
tion, which in turn reduced turnover intention.
Won-Jae Lee, Hee-Jong Joo, W. Wesley Johnson
DEPARTMENTS
Juvenile Focus                                                                                                          41
Your Bookshelf on Review                                                                                                45
Contributors to This Issue                                                                                              47
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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