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Community-based corrections

Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community: An Integrated Model

This report introduces an integrated model for the implementation of evidence-based principles in community corrections.

Implementing Evidence-Based Principles in Community Corrections: Collaboration for Systemic Change in the Criminal Justice System

This report explains the use of collaboration to implement an integrated system reform model.

Implementing Evidence-Based Principles in Community Corrections: Leading Organizational Change and Development

This report describes organizational development (OD) concepts and strategies that foster organizational change and reform.

Community Supervision: Using a Strength-Based, Family-Focused Approach [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held March 16, 2005]

This program identifies the strengths and resources inherent in the family as a fundamental support system for recently released inmates.

Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community [Videoconference Held February 25, 2004]

This 3-hour program explains the implementation of effective correctional management of offenders in the community.

Summary Report: Regional Workshops

Feedback from four executive level regional workshops regarding the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is reported.

Community Corrections Workforce Project Annotated Bibliography

This bibliography describes workforce development problems faced by community corrections, probation, and parole agencies.

2003 Environmental Scan Update

Changes and forces that may affect the programming of the National Institute of Corrections are analyzed and commented on.

Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community: Outcome and Process Measures

This report presents outcome and process measures used to gage the effectiveness of the Integrated Model in reducing offender recidivism.

Assessment of Sex Offenders for Sentencing, Supervision and Treatment [Videoconference held February 10, 1999]

Objectives of this three-hour videoconference include: Articulating the purposes for assessment and evaluation of sex offenders and the issues and challenges inherent in each; understanding the limitations of traditional risk and needs assessment tools for sex offenders; identifying and defining the available approaches and instruments used to effectively assess and evaluate sex offenders; distinguishing between effective and ineffective risk assessment tools; and identifying the complementary roles of treatment providers and supervising agents in conducting and interpreting assessments and evaluations


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