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Offenders discharged from correctional institutions are confronted by social, economic and individual difficulties that tend to become barriers to crime free lifestyle.
Some of these difficulties are as a result of the outcomes of imprisonment and the problem of transitioning back into the community worsened by their inability to join job market due to requirements of certificate of good conduct, poor skills, and drug addiction among others.
It is along this background that this book under the guidance of social justice theory examines ex-offenders’ perceptions about Kenya’s job reentry initiatives.
The author Inspector of Kenya Police and Executive Director of Kenya Bureau of Investigations and Security Services Ltd.
Currently, He is PhD.
Candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant at Texas Southern University,Department of administration of justice.
His research interest includes; police administration,reentry, terrorism and digital forensics.
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