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Frost Frost
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3 weeks ago
According to the box "Ten Things We Know About Women in Jails"

▸ most jail classification systems are used to guide decisions about housing and security for women even though those systems have not been validated specifically for women.

▸ women entering jails are less likely than men entering jails to have experienced poverty and various forms of victimization.

▸ when women released from incarceration are rearrested and returned to confinement, it is most often for having committed new crimes rather than for technical violations.

▸ All the above are accurate statements.

▸ None of the above is an accurate statement.
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most jail classification systems are used to guide decisions about housing and security for women even though those systems have not been validated specifically for women.
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