2 edition of Prediction methods and parole found in the catalog.
Prediction methods and parole
George B. Vold
|Other titles||Parole, Prediction methods and.|
|Statement||by George B. Vold.|
|LC Classifications||HV9305.M6 V6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||31023446|
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Chapter 3 is available open access under a CC BY license via PAROLE PREDICTION AS SCIENCE WILLIAM F. LANNE The science of prediction of the probability of success on parole of inmates released from penal institutions is a comparatively re-cent departure in the field of penology.
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