The comprehensive 15 chapter structure provides relevant material and concentrated information without unnecessary tables or irrelevant facts, to allow professors to cover the entire book in a semester-long course.
Meaningful content-related Case Studies in every chapter are based on real correctional clients to help students consider real issues and events in corrections.
Corrections in the News covers current events in corrections with analysis by the authors.
Critical Thinking Questions and Chapter Summaries at the end of each chapter help students analyze and consider what they have just read and keep the concepts fresh in students’ minds.
Corrections Online provides web links for students to read more about topics that have been covered in the chapter and gain a deeper understanding of key issues.
Comprehensive Instructor Resourcess include detailed Chapter Outlines, extensive PowerPoint slides, and a Test Bank to save time on course preparation.
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