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2011
Document 025681
Community Supervision Workload Considerations for Public Safety
By DeMichele, Matthew T.; Payne, Brian K.; Matz, Adam K.. U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance (Washington, DC). American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) (Lexington, KY).
Two tools are described that will help the community corrections field become more efficient—a time study template and a workload matrix. “These tools, hopefully, will move the filed past the debate between caseload size and workload” (p. 2). This publication is divided into six parts: the misunderstood community corrections filed—more than evidence-based practices; framing the debate of workload versus caseload issues—the benefits of a time study template and a workload matrix for agencies, the... Read More
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88 pages
2010
Document 025785
Predicting Repeat DWI: Chronic Offending, Risk Assessment, and Community Supervision
By DeMichele, Matthew; Payne, Brian. American Probation and Parole Association (Lexington, KY).
“Despite the reduction in the number of drunk driving deaths [from 2002 to 2008], additional changes in policies and practices are needed in order to further reduce the extent of drunk driving. Using principles of evidence-based practices, in this project the American Probation and Parole Association conducted a risk assessment study to develop a pilot risk assessment instrument that can be used to identify convicted offenders who are at an increased risk for future drunk driving.” Sections foll... Read More
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106 pages
2010
Document 025734
Reentry of Methamphetamine-Using Offenders into the Community: Identifying Key Strategies and Best Practices for Community Corrections
By Lowe, Nathan C.; DeMichele, Matthew. U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (Washington, DC). American Probation and Parole Association (Lexington, KY); Council of State Governments (CSG) (Lexington, KY).
If you or your agency is reintegrating ex-offenders that used methamphetamines (MA) into the community, you own it to yourselves to read this publication. “The purpose of this report is to highlight the need for a coherent strategy for community corrections professionals to use when supervising MA-using populations in the community. This report offers the community corrections field baseline data to understand some of the obstacles and lessons learned regarding supervision of MA-using offenders”... Read More
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