Offenders with Special Needs

Offenders with Special Needs

We work on different topics involving parity issues, cultural conflict, women inmate issues, re-eentry/ diversion programs, and offenders with special needs. We have written articles, section and prepared presentations involving re-entry issues for offenders with special needs.

This is an article written for American Jails, American Jail Assocation. The article "Re-entry and offenders woth special needs; mental illness and criminogenic needs" was written by Raymond Delaney, Deborah Ferguson, Maryse Nazon and Ray Bynum

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Ray Bynum



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