Steve Norman and the tragic irony of criminal rehabilitation
Having a job is a significant stabilizing factor in preventing or reducing criminal behaviour but having a criminal record is a major obstacle to finding a job.
Steve Norman at home in Fenelon Falls Ont. His story of the difficulty of finding a job after serving time in jail is typical for the thousands of Ontarians looking to find work, housing or education because of previous involvement with the law, write Paula Osmok and Graham Brown. (FRED THORNHILL / FOR THE TORONTO STAR)