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Probation and Parole - Sanctions and Rewards

Graduated Sanctions and Discretionary Detention (2012)

Kentucky Corrections, Policies and Procedures.

Use of Incentives and Sanctions to Promote Compliance with Supervision during Reentry: An Implementation Strategy (2013)

This training session was developed by The American Probation and Parole Association, in partnership with The National Reentry Resource Center, and is made possible through funding by The Bureau of Justice Assistance, and U.S. Department of Justice.

Swift and Certain Sanctions Act (2014)

For states to deliver swift, certain and proportionate responses to violations of probation and parole, they need an array of institutional and community-based sanctions as well as the authority to assign—and reassign—offenders to those sanctions.

Responding to Probation and Parole Violations: Are Jail Sanctions More Effective than Community-based Graduated Sanctions? (2015)

The current study examines the effectiveness of communitybased violation responses and jail-based responses from 283 randomly selected Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) participants in Wyoming.

How Sanctions Help a Probation Officer's Caseload (2015)

Probation officers have the ability to implement additional sanctions to help curb poor behavior and keep probationers on the right track to rehabilitation.

Swift and Sure Sanctions Probation Program (2017)

This webinar goes over the history of Swift and Sure; key concepts for program success; eligibility criteria; and day-to-day operations including court hearings, supervision, drug testing, and sanctions following violations." (running time 12:42)

HOPE II: A Followup Evaluation of Hawai'i’s HOPE Probation

This study extends the original HOPE evaluations to an almost ten-year followup to deterime if the positive results persists after probation ends.

HOPE Probation: Hawaii's Opportunity Probation with Enforcement

A live webinar event on Hawaii’s Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE), a strategy to effect positive behavioral changes in probationers. 

"Swift and Certain" Sanctions in Probation Are Highly Effective: Evaluation of the HOPE Program

The HOPE program — Hawaii's Opportunity Probation with Enforcement — is an experimental probation program that emphasizes the delivery of "swift and certain" punishment when a probationer violates conditions of probation.


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