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Research Surrounding the Benefits of CoSA 

Newfoundland Labrador Centre for Health Information. Research Evaluation Department, creator, & Canadian Electronic Library , distributor. (2013). Evaluating Turnings' Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) for drug offenders (DesLibris. Documents collection).


“Circles South-East: The first ten years 2002-2012” by A. .Bates, D.Williams, C. Wilson & R.J. Wilson (2013). International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 58, 861-885. doi:10.1177/0306624X13485362.


Wilson, R., Picheca, J., Prinzo, M., Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch, &

Canadian Electronic Library. (2011). Circles of Support & Accountability an

evaluation of the pilot project in south-central Ontario (Research report (Correctional

Service Canada. Research Branch) ; R-168). Ottawa, Ont.: Correctional Service of



“Circles of Support & Accountability: A Canadian national replication of outcome findings” by R.J. Wilson, F. Cortoni, & A.J. McWhinnie (2009). Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research & Treatment, 21, 412-430. (home page)


Circles of Support & Accountability: A national replication of outcome findings by R.J. Wilson, F. Cortoni, & M. Vermani (2007). [Research Report R-185] Ottawa, ON: Correctional Service of Canada.

“Restorative justice innovations in Canada” by R.J. Wilson, B. Huculak, & A. McWhinnie (2002). Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 20, 1-18.




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