Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol Troopers' Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Intermediate Punishments
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Some of the more significant problems facing government officials in this country today are in the state and national prison systems. The cost of maintaining prisoners has risen dramatically, and the prison population has exploded during the past two decades. This research project focuses on the viability of utilizing intermediate punishments as alternatives to incarceration.
CitationShort, B. (1992). Texas Department of Public Safety highway patrol troopers' perceptions of the effectiveness of intermediate punishments. Masters of Public Administration, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.