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Many of the key issues cited in this Report focus upon the changing relationships of State and county government, particularly the increased emphasis on providing direct services to the offender by the counties and increased emphasis on the part of the State ·for providing supportive and enabling services to the counties in the fo~ of subsidy, planning, training, research and information, standard setting, inspections and consultative services. Other key issues include staff training, the use of non-professionals in the probation setting, increased workloaas, improved classification and treatment, and the reintegration of offenders into the community.


This is part 2 of a 3-part series on the state of California Corrections conducted by the Human Relations Agency of the California Board of Corrections.

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