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Too many prisons make bad people worse. There is a better way

The world can learn from how Norway treats its offenders

The Economist 2017

This Town Adopted Trauma-Informed Care—And Saw a Decrease in Crime and Suspension Rates

 Melissa Hellmann  YES Magazine  2017
Re-visioning Justice –
Mending the Social Fabric: People of Faith and Restorative Justice
Correctional Service Canada

The Church Council On Justice And Corrections

2016
Interviews of Person to Person Volunteers Courtney Zerk The Micah Mission 2015
The Pope Proposes a System of Justice That Aims to Fully Rehabilitate Wrongdoers Vatican Information Services 2014
An Evaluation of the Circles of Support and Accountability Demonstration Project Jill Anne Chouinard, Christine Riddick Public Safety Canada and Church Council on Justice and Corrections 2014
Michah Mission Aids Transition into Society Kate Gorman Prairie Messenger 2014
The Cost to be Reconciled – Uncovering the Scandal of the Gospel through Luke 15:11-32 Stephen Siemen Queens School of Religion 2013
The Effects of Prison Visitation on Offender Recidivism Minnesota Department of Corrections 2011
Does Involvement in Religion Help Prisoners Adjust to Prison? Todd R. Clear, Bruce D. Stout, Harry R. Dammer, Linda Kelly, Patricia L. Hardyman & Carol Shapiro The National Council on Crime and Delinquincy 1992
Circles of Support & Accountability: A Canadian National Replication of Outcome Findings Robin J. Wilson, Franka Cortoni, Andrew J. McWhinnie  Published by: SAGE (http://www.sagepublications.com) on behalf of: Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers  2009