Prisoner Reentry Programs: History, Importance and Effectiveness
Criminology and Criminal Justice
“[Ndrecka, Listwan, and Latessa] offer an exhaustive review of the literature what we need to know about prison reentry and what works with differing offender populations. Based on work that has been generated over the past 30 years, they offer a direction that suggest regardless of entry program, there must be attention paid to the principles of risk, need, and responsivity. “ – Stan Stojkovic, Book Introduction, p. 4:
Ndrecka, Mirlinda; Listwan, Shelley Johnson; and Latessa, Edward J., "Prisoner Reentry Programs: History, Importance and Effectiveness" (2017). Criminal Justice Faculty Publications. 52.
Ndrecka, Mirlinda, Shelley Johnson Listwan, and Edward J. Latessa. “Prisoner Reentry Programs: History, Importance and Effectiveness.” In Stan Stojkovic (Ed.), Prisoner Reentry: Critical Issues and Policy Directions. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 177-243.