Social workers work with people throughout the criminal legal system in a variety of roles. This may be entirely incidental, such as when working with someone on an unrelated matter and they come into contact with the police, or it may be essential to the social work role, such as working in post-release reintegration programs or supporting witnesses providing evidence.
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