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Evidence-based Practices (EBP) - Principle 3. Target Interventions: Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR)/Dosage/Treatment

  • Risk-Needs-Responsivity (RNR) Simulation Tool (1/4)

    The evidence-based practices (EBP) framework emphasizes that justice agencies should match offenders to services and programs based on their risk a

  • The Risk-Need-Responsivity Simulation Tool (2013) (2/4)

    For people involved in the criminal justice system, evidence-based practice (EBP) and treatments emphasize that assessment and programming should t

  • The Technical Background of the Risk, Need, Responsivity (RNR) Simulation Tool (2012) (3/4)

    The Risk, Need, Responsivity (RNR) Simulation Tool was developed to help jurisdictions apply the RNR framework to practice.

  • Evidence Based Practices Implementation for Capacity (EPIC) Resource Center: Risk-Need-Responsivity

    The Risk-Need-Responsivity principle was developed by Donald Arthur Andrews and James Bonta in 1990.

  • The Risk Need Responsivity Model of Offender Rehabilitation: Is There Really a Need For a Paradigm Shift? (2013)

    The current paper critically reviews the Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) and Good Lives Model (GLM) approaches to correctional treatment.

  • Risk-Needs-Responsivity: Turning Principles Into Practice for Tribal Probation Personnel (2013)

    This bulletin will provide a brief introduction to the risk, need, and responsivity principles espoused in the evidenced-based principles for commu

  • Use of Risk and Needs Assessment Information in State Sentencing Proceedings (2017)

    1. What are judicial considerations in sentencing probation-eligible felony offenders?
    2. What is “evidence-based sentencing”?
  • The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Model: Does Adding the Good Lives Model Contribute to Effective Crime Prevention? (2011)

    The risk-need-responsivity (RNR) model has been widely regarded as the premier model for guiding offender assessment and treatment.