Oklahoma has more female inmates (per capita) than any other state; this paper examines whether the state's correctional facilities meet the needs of women.
Using a volunteer sample of 547 women prisoners, this study compares female drug users and nondrug users by race.
Describes speak out programs, as they evolved from the "Scared Straight" program of the 1970s.
Describes the differences and similarities between Oklahoma's female inmates and other female inmates nation-wide.
Develops a conceptual framework for examining the economic impact of incarceration on human capital, families and communities.
Survey data of female inmates in Oklahoma are utilized to study the characteristics of women incarcerated for murder.
Presents an exploration of the net impact of confinement on youth age 16 and younger and proposes a research plan to examine this issue.
Provides professional solutions to correctional issues.
Providing non-attorney guidance for parole preparation including support for inmates and families wishing to understand the Texas parole process. Providing community and family re-entry strategies.