Special Needs Offenders--Everyone's Concern

Gondles Jr., James A.
December 2000
Corrections Today;Dec2000, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p6
Editorial. Emphasizes the responsibility of society to assist criminal offenders in their needs as humans. Increase in the number of prisoners in the United States (U.S.) with mental illnesses or retardation; Number of female prisoners in the U.S.; How people with disabilities should be treated in prisons.


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