require substantial commitments from every stakeholder (Table 6-1). The committee acknowledges, for example, that the collaboration model will be new within most correctional settings and among many researchers. However, if research is to be supported to improve the welfare of prisoner populations, it must be done with rigorous safeguards and under a comprehensive HRPPP.

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