The Resolution of Inmate Grievances as an Alternative to the Courts - Dispute Resolution Journal - Vol. 35, No. 1

John R. Hepburn
James H. Laue
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John R. Hepburn is an associate professor in the College of Human Development, Administration of Justice, at Pennsylvania State University. James H. Laue is an associate professor of sociology and the director for the Center for Metropolitan Studies of the University of Missouri at St. Louis. The research activities upon which this article is based were supported under a subcontract from the Center for Community

Justice with the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, {contract number 76-ED-OOT, 'Prevention and Control of Conflict in Corrections Through Citizen involvement").

The comments and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the Center for Community Justice, the New York Department of Correctional Services, or LEAA.