Evaluation of the Scottish Prison Service Transitional Care Initiative

In June 2000 the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) launched a revised drug strategy aimed at, among other things, effectively managing the transition between prison and the community. Transitional Care was introduced by SPS in 2001 to support short-term prisoners (that is, those serving less than 4 year...

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Main Author: MacRae, Rhoda (Author)
Other Authors: Scotland Scottish Executive Substance Misuse Research Team; Social Work Research Centre
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
Published: Edinburgh Scottish Executive 2006
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