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Evidence-based Practices (EBP) - Principle 6. Engage Ongoing Community Support

This paper was developed as part of a set of papers focused on the role of system stakeholders in reducing recidivism through the use of evidence-based practices.

This report surveys the current landscape of correctional education, discussing both the educational needs of people involved in the criminal justice system and the programs being provided to meet those needs.

Implementation of the Family Support Approach for Community Supervision is explained. This publication includes the following sections: introduction and overview; guiding principles for putting this system into practice; tools and techniques for putting this approach into practice; practical application of guiding principles; administrative support; and "The Oklahoma Family Justice Project: Improving Community Supervision Outcomes One Family at a Time" by Justin Jones and Carol Shapiro.

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