Employment and training programs for offenders: a guide for prime sponsors under the Comprehensive employment and training act of 1973
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 1977 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
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CETA AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
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ACLU AFL-CIO American Bar Association American Correctional Association arrest assessment Center CETA clients CETA prime sponsor CETA program CETA services CETA staff CJS personnel Clearinghouse Con't confinement conviction coordination counselor court crime criminal justice agencies criminal justice system criminal record Department of Labor efforts employers employment and training evaluation ex-inmates Federal follow-up funds Goodwill Industries groups IHHA incarceration inmates intake involved jail Jaycees job development Job placement juvenile Law Enforcement Assistance LEAA Manpower ment mental health NAACP National Alliance National Urban League offender programs Offender Services offender's offenders and ex-offenders Office operating organizations orientation parole parole officer participants pre-trial prison probation problems program components programs for offenders reality therapy recidivism referred rehabilitation release reports sentence services to offenders skills Social Services Special counseling supportive services tion Title training program United States Department Vocational training Washington