This paper describes an empirical investigation of the presence of responsivity factors among offenders under federal post-conviction supervision.
This article explains how the responsivity issues of Native American (NA) individuals can be effectively addressed.
This article highlights the historical importance of home visits as a key element of probation and suggests future avenues to inform the field about their full potential and utility.
This article examines the benefits and challenges of interagency collaboration between law enforcement and community corrections.
The impact of evidence-based training on the level of probation officers’ (POs) knowledge of “what works” in effective interventions and also on the POs’ attitudes about providing better service are examined.
This report provides evidence to improve the implementation of evidence-based supervision focused on new training initiatives for staff.
Reducing Recidivism Through Probation Supervision: What We Know and Don’t Know From Four Decades of Research
This article is about the relationship between recidivism rates and supervision skills used by probation officers (or others who supervise offenders on community-based orders or parole).
The “effectiveness of early termination as a measure that permits probation offices to focus supervision resources on persons most likely to recidivate, without compromising the statutory purposes of probation and supervised release” is examined.
The Role of Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation in Evidence-Based “Real World” Community Supervision
The use of Strategy in Training Initiative in Community Supervision (STICS), a comprehensive model for community supervision, is discussed.
The utilization of motivational interviewing (MI) by probation officers is explained.