Probation and Criminal Justice
Arno Press, Jan 1, 1974 - Probation - 344 pages
This text provides a comprehensive look into probation in the United States and abroad during the early third of this century. It contains a series of articles that outline the problems, techniques and dilemmas confronting probation officers and the presiding judges. Topics also include the significance, legal background, organization, administration, growth and extent of probation in the United States.
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ORGANIZATION OF A PROBATION OFFICE
SELECTION AND TRAINING OF PROBATION OFFICERs
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