Better Corrections Through Information [Videoconference Held March 15, 2000]
This videoconference discusses issues regarding the collection, analysis, and use of information to assess an agency's programs, services, and oper
Classification of High-Risk and Special Management Prisoners: A National Assessment of Current Practices
Results from a survey "designed to obtain information on the procedures used to classify high-risk inmates, particularly those in protective custod
Classification of Women Offenders: Gender-Responsive Approach to Risk/Needs Assessment
An overview of the work done by collaborative partnerships to design and validate gender-responsive risk and needs assessments for female offenders
Achieving Accurate Pictures of Risk and Identifying Gender Responsive Needs: Two New Assessments for Women Offenders
The development of new risk/needs assessments specifically designed for female offenders is discussed.
Improving Pretrial Assessment and Supervision in Colorado
The Colorado Improving Supervised Pretrial Release (CISPR) Project, an innovative pretrial initiative, is described.
Gender Responsive Classification Instruments for Women Offenders: What Do They Look Like and How Will They Improve Practice? [Lesson Plan]
This two-hour training session is for correctional managers wanting to implement risk and needs assessments for adult female offenders.
State of the Science of Pretrial Risk Assessment
“This publication is designed for a wide-ranging audience of criminal justice stakeholders who have questions about pretrial risk assessment and it
Desktop Guide for Tribal Probation Personnel: The Screening and Assessment Process
"This guide is intended to provide tribal probation personnel with information on how the screening and assessment process can facilitate and promo
The Role of Screening and Assessment in Jail Reentry
“Consistent with effective correctional practice, jails and their community partners should identify risk levels and criminogenic needs of returnin
Can Risk Assessment Improve Juvenile Justice Practices?
“A growing number of juvenile justice experts are suggesting a new, potentially more effective approach to reducing recidivism: first identify a yo
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