This publication covers the IPS Model of Supported Employment for justice-involved people.
This report presents information that will result in reductions of pretrial misconduct and post-conviction reoffending.
This report explains why evidence-based assessment of offenders can help reduce the need for pretrial detention capacity.
This document explains how to link the duration of probation supervision to the optimal amount of intervention to reduce recidivism.
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 webinar offers practical strategies for improving the implementation process of evidence-based programs and achieving better program results.
This report provides evidence to improve the implementation of evidence-based supervision focused on new training initiatives for staff.
This paper presents a tool that draws on evidence-based criminal justice practices and strategies for connecting hard-to-employ people to work.
The Bridge to Somewhere: How Research Made its Way into Legislative Juvenile Justice Reform in Ohio: A Case Study|Revised [edition]
The instrumental use of evidence-based research for influencing the passage of reform efforts affecting the juvenile justice system in Ohio is explained.
This guide explains the process by which an organization can evaluate whether a program is evidence-based.