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Managing Drug Involved Probationers with Swift and Certain Sanctions: Evaluating Hawaii's HOPE

Publication year: 2009 | Cataloged on: Dec. 15, 2009

Library ID

  • 024156

Other Information

  • 2009
  • 66 pages.
ANNOTATION: HOPE (Hawaii’s Opportunity Probation with Enforcement), a community supervision strategy, is evaluated. Results of this investigation are organized into the following areas: primary outcomes--drug testing; missed scheduled probation appointments; revocations; incarceration; process evaluation; and summary of surveys—probation officer training, job satisfaction, stakeholder groups’ workload, and general perceptions. HOPE probationers have lower positive drug tests and missed appointments.
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