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Document 028464
Imposing Conditions Driven by Evidence Based Practices
By Stroker, Richard P.. Center for Effective Public Policy (CEPP) (Silver Spring, MD).
This is a great presentation regarding the use of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in setting parole conditions. "During this presentation I [Stroker] will focus on a variety of significant factors that are related to the nature, number, and type of release conditions that may be imposed. I will also discuss the impact that evidence based research findings could have on condition setting" (p. 3).The learning objectives of this training session are: the importance of conditions; how "evidence-base... Read More
79 pages
Document 016075
Community Supervision of the Sex Offender: An Overview of Current and Promising Practices
By Gilligan, Leilah; Talbot, Tom; Carter, Madeline M., ed.. U.S. Dept. of Justice. Violence Against Women Grants Office (Washington, DC); U.S. Dept. of Justice. Office of Justice Programs (Washington, DC); National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC); State Justice Institute (SJI) (Alexandria, VA). Center for Sex Offender Management (Silver Spring, MD).
Almost 60% of all adult sex offenders are under some form of community supervision. An exploration of emerging practices and lessons learned in the management of sex offenders at the community level is presented. Contents include:
  • Overview;
  • Sex offenders -- who is being supervised;
  • A shift in perspective -- the victim-centered approach to sex offender management;
  • The central role of collaboration in managing sex offenders in the community;
  • Establishing a framewor... Read More
16 pages
Document 012997
Parole Law: A Practical Guide to Making Parole Decisions and Parole Policy
By Palacios, Victoria. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC).
This monograph provides information about parole law for parole board members and staff, as well as attorneys who are new to parole. It can serve as a reference when general questions arise, but should not be used to answer specific legal questions. This document is NIC's response to the need for information on parole law to be readily available and understandable.... Read More
35 p.
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