The reduction of recidivism by state judiciaries utilizing six principles of evidence-based practice (EBP) is explained.
Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Community Corrections: The Principles of Effective Intervention
This report describes what the principles of effective evidence-based intervention are.
This is a great article regarding the statewide implementation of evidence-based correctional practice.
This document informs the discussion on bail reform and pretrial justice of an effective pretrial system.
The Community Services Division coordinates consulting services (technical assistance), specialized training, and other programs related to probation, parole, and other forms of community-based corrections.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the objective, balanced, and responsible use of current research and the best available data to guide policy and practice decisions, such that outcomes for consumers are improved.
This policy brief provides information for Justice Reinvestment leaders to propose changes to increase focus on recidivism reduction and results.
The Reentry of Formerly Incarcerated Persons: Key Accomplishments, Challenges, and Future Directions; A Report on the National Reentry Symposium: Promising Practices and Future Directions
A summary of the DOJ, BOP and NIC's co-sponsored National Reentry Symposium: Promising Practices and Future Directions from September 2015.
EBDM is a method of applying empirical knowledge and research principles to justice system decisions made at the case, agency, and system level.
This article explains how various states have used evidence-based practices (EBPs) in their policymaking.