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The page includes research on many populations of Ohio offenders, including prisoners, parolees, probationers, youthful offenders, and other offender groupings.
The Substance Abuse Re-entry Needs of Offenders by Gender and Race (2005).
While the findings are mixed and complex, those who receive this treatment are less likely to be incarcerated after completing the program compared to those who did not participate in the treatment.And Kelly Ward,.A.,.L.S.Taking into account the cross loadings, having a prison, higher ruralness, and fewer percentages of people below poverty line remain significant.No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.Returning Home Reflections, this report presents findings from surveys completed by 424 males prior to release from Ohio prisons and their return to Cuyahoga County.Just the Facts: A Descriptive Analysis of Inmate Attitudes Toward Capital Punishment (2003).The study explores the characteristics of offenders, the treatment needs and retention rates of participants, the effect of drug court participation on reducing recidivism (new arrests and the factors that predict the likelihood of success/failure.Mapping Registered Sex Offenders in Wood County: Considering the School Buffer Zone and Housing Rent(2005) Qiang Xu and Yu Zhou.The researchers compare sentencing decisions before and after SB2 implementation, and find that SB2 reduced prison incarceration rates substantially, while simultaneously increasing the proportion of lower level (felony 4 felony 5) convictions.Cleveland Prisoners Experiences Returning Home (2006).Returning Home Experiences, this research brief expands on the information found in the Ohio Prisoners Reflections on Returning Home report by comparing the prerelease experiences of those prisoners with their experiences after release.The author discusses the policy implications of these findings.
The researchers reported that the type of substance abused and the history of treatment varied on the basis of both race and gender.
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D., and Shamir Ratansi.D., Deborah Koetzle Shaffer,.A., and Christopher.Policing AND crime patterns Open-Air hvordan å finne navn på sex offenders gratis Drug Dealing in Cincinnati, Ohio: Executive Summary and Final Recommendations (2005) Tamara.You can cancel your alerts at any time.Records indicate there are 2 incarcerated Sex Offenders in Ohio, as well as 45 offenders whose location is unknown in Ohio due to the Sex Offenders being transient or their address being unmappable.Canton, OH 44704, joshua Allen Countryman 4289 Astor Ave, columbus, OH 43227.The researchers examined case files of 300 substance abuse treatment clients to determine whether ex-offenders in a medium sized Midwestern city received disparate substance abuse treatment and were engaged in using a different type of substance of abuse.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Importantly, one of the findings is that drug court participants are significantly less likely to be arrested than the comparison group, while controlling for a number of other variables that may influence recidivism.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.Cincinnati Open-Air Drug Dealing This evaluation describes similarities across open-air drug markets in Cincinnati and includes a detailed overview of recommendations for developing an effective crime reduction strategy.
They conclude that a culturally sensitive or specific approach to this problem is needed for re-entering ex-offenders.


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