This report determines cost per day information for various adult and juvenile correctional populations.
This study looks to determine the validity of the Research Institute on Addiction Self-Inventory (RIASI) in risk screening DWI offenders.
The objective of this review is to systematically review quasi-experimental and experimental (RCT) evaluations of the effectiveness of drug courts in reducing recidivism, including drug courts for juvenile and DWI offenders.
The crafting of performance measures and those for criminal justice information sharing are discussed.
This guide is designed to introduce and explain the key concepts in outcome evaluation research in order to help practitioners distinguish between good and poor quality evaluation reports.
An overview is presented of findings (as of July 2011) regarding programs and policies that improve outcomes in Washington.
NPC Research provides quality social services evaluation, policy analysis, research, and training.
National Institute of Corrections and DC Pretrial-Measuring What Matters-DC Public Safety
Performance Based Measurement System: What Really Counts in Corrections! [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held September 14, 2011]
This program provides information about the nationwide automated Performance-Based Measures System (PBMS).
Implementing Evidence-Based Principles in Community Corrections: A Case Study of Successes and Challenges in Maine
The integration of evidence-based principles, organizational development, and collaboration is investigated.