|Peeples, Carol, Donner, Christie
ISBN: 978-0-615-42937-3 Second Edition copyright 2011
Publisher: Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition
This 200 page book provides extensive information to help people prepare for release and successfully reintegrate back into their families and communities. This publication is helpful for people involved in the criminal justice system, their families, community service providers and criminal justice professionals.
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Copyright © 2011 by Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition.
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