Working with Women and Girls: Gender Responsive Treatment Strategies in Corrections

May 30, 2012

Although women and girls in the criminal justice system account for a small percentage of the overall incarcerated population, that number is growing at an alarming rate. Presenters provide and overview of emerging research regarding what works for women and girls who have been involved in the criminal justice system. This session discusses how best practices for working with women and girls during incarceration and throughout the reentry continuum have taken shape.

Working with Women and Girls: Gender-Responsive Treatment Strategies in Corrections
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