A training module for trainers of personnel in the administration of criminal justice : designed as part of the statewide training program for executive and managerial correctional personnel / developed by the Center for Law Enforcement and Corrections
- Corporate Author:
- Pennsylvania Adult Correctional Training Institutes
- University Park, PA : Center for Law Enforcement and Corrections, College of Human Development, The Pennsylvania State University, 1969.
- Physical Description:
- 13 volumes ; 29 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Newman, Charles L.
Parsonage, William H.
Stebbins, Phillip E.
Pennsylvania State University. Center for Law Enforcement and Corrections
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- [v.1] Stebbins, P. E. History of law enforcement and correction in Pennsylvania.--[v.2] Administration of justice.--[v.3] Criminal law, the laws of arrest and detention.--[v.4] The police.--[v.5] Pennsylvania judicial system.--[v.6] Sentencing.--[v.7] Probation and parole.--[v.8] Jails and prisons.--[v.9] Capital punishment.--[v.10] Dynamics of human behavior.--[v.11] Pennsylvania probation/parole research on basic evaluation.--[v.12] Newman, C. L. Interviewing as an effective tool in the correctional process.--[v.13] Parsonage, W. H. Probation, parole and pardons (111 leaves).
- The statewide training program for correctional personnel is supported by a grant from the Law Enforcement Assistance Act, U. S. Dept. of Justice, no.357-(222).
Charles L. Newman, Project Director; William H. Parsonage, Associate Project Director; Barbara R. Price, Assistant Project Director.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographies.
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