Chapter 33: The Health Concerns of Incarcerated Women
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- Gender-specific classification and risk assessment tools
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- Drug treatment issues for women offenders
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Women and Girls in the Criminal Justice System: Policy Issues and Practice Strategies
Civic Research Institute, Inc.
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Smith, Brenda V.; Simonian, Nairi M.; Yarussi, Jaime; and Immarigeon, Russ, "Chapter 33: The Health Concerns of Incarcerated Women" (2006). Contributions to Books. 307.