Alternatives to Incarceration A Bibliographic Essay

Overview

This 1990 CASES Briefing Paper: 

1) introduces some of the issues and concerns involving alternative sentencing; 

2) reviews some alternative programs which currently exist, both established and experimental, to see how they are or can be integrated into the present system; and 

3) explores what role the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) plays in this effort. 

The paper draws extensively from the articles monographs and books listed in the End Notes (Section F of the Bibliography).

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