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'''Institutional release''' refers to the process involved in the discharge of a person from an institution such as a [[prison]] or a hospital. This process usually involves a period of assessment, [[discharge planning]], prerelease training and if necessary [[rehabilitation]] and [[aftercare]] where required.
 
'''Institutional release''' refers to the process involved in the discharge of a person from an institution such as a [[prison]] or a hospital. This process usually involves a period of assessment, [[discharge planning]], prerelease training and if necessary [[rehabilitation]] and [[aftercare]] where required.
   

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Institutional release refers to the process involved in the discharge of a person from an institution such as a prison or a hospital. This process usually involves a period of assessment, discharge planning, prerelease training and if necessary rehabilitation and aftercare where required.

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