A Comparison Study Of The Recidivism Of Graduates and Non-Graduates of the Kalamazoo Probation Enhancement Program
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This study explores the recidivism of the graduates and non-graduates from the Kalamazoo Probation Enhancement Program. The sample consisted of 295 men who left the resident or work release programs between January 1, 1993 and May 1, 1996. Information regarding these individuals was gathered from program and probation records. The results support the hypothesis, showing that the graduates bad lower recidivism than the non-graduates. Additionally, the work release participants bad lower recidivism than the residential participants, and there was more recidivism among those individuals who bad been out of K-PEP the longest.
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