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The first empirical observation for the Pre A, Pre B and Post periods will be submitted in
a second report by spring 2004 for all five regions. The tentative title is :

An Examination of Correctional Officers Recruits During Training. However, in order to avoid certain biaises created by the results of the recruits who are currently participating in this research, we will limit this to a preliminary data analysis based on the interpretation of that data. 

A third and final research report will have the following tentative title :

Correctional Officers and Their First Year : An Empirical Investigation is expected in December 2004.

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