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Female Prisoners, AIDS, and Peer Programs

How Female Offenders Transform Their Lives

Collica, Kimberly

2013, XIII, 94 p. 3 illus.

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Dr. Kimberly Collica is a Professor of the Justice Studies Department at Berkeley College. Prior to teaching, Dr. Collica worked in a women's correctional facility in New York State coordinating an HIV prison-based peer education program and for the Westchester County Department of Correction supervising their jail-based transitional services unit. She has extensive experience working with correctional populations and has over ten years of teaching and training experience in this area. Dr. Collica serves as a TOT (Train the Trainers) for the NYS Department of Health/AIDS Institute and has been responsible for training professionals in HIV- related issues in the NYS Metropolitan area. Dr. Collica has a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, a M.Phil from the Graduate School and University Center, a MA in Criminal Justice from John Jay College, and a BA in Criminology from John Jay College. Her research has focused on female inmates, rehabilitation, reintegration, and issues surrounding HIV prison-based peer programming.

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