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. Aftercare operates in a very similar way to____________. (Points : 10) Adult parole Adult probation The house of refuge A minimum security prison
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Inmates in long term secure facilities are permitted to leave the facility to attend school. This is FALSE. It provides strict confinement for its residents.
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