Criminology, Law and Society
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CLS Doctoral Students Write About Staff Burnout in Corrections

CLS Doctoral Students Write About Staff Burnout in Corrections

Doctoral students Jennifer Lerch and Stephanie Maass from the Department of Criminology, Law and Society recently published an article on staff burnout for the American Probation and Parole Association. This is one article in an ongoing series provided by graduate students in the department to address the needs of those working in community corrections.

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"Effects of Organizational Factors on  Use of Juvenile Supervision Practices"

"Effects of Organizational Factors on Use of Juvenile Supervision Practices"

Faye Taxman with colleagues Jill Farrell and Doug Young published "Effects of Organizational Factors on Use of Juvenile Supervision Practices" in Criminal Justice and Behavior.