This paper describes an empirical investigation of the presence of responsivity factors among offenders under federal post-conviction supervision.
This brief covers the FEDI effort in Texas to divert youth with suspected mental health needs away from juvenile justice processing.
The efficacy of using quick dips, 2-3 day confinement in jail, as a swift and certain response for first time violation of probation is explained.
This is article covers how and why community corrections officers experience traumatic stress on the job and related efforts to address this problem.
This analysis covers supervision compliance outcomes of quick dips in response to probation non-compliance.
This fact sheet is designed to serve as an overview of two family tools that help people visualize the connections within families and the connections families have to their community: genograms and ecomaps.
<p>This report is a thorough systematic scan of the U.S. to determine the extent to which risk assessment tools have been adopted across the country.</p>
This report is an introduction about how to effectively reduce youthful offender recidivism
Reducing Incarceration for Technical Violations in Louisiana: Evaluation of Revocation Cap Shows Cost Savings, Less Crime
This report shows how limiting the incarceration time of first-time probation or parole violators to 90 days is more effective and cheaper.
This article explains how the responsivity issues of Native American (NA) individuals can be effectively addressed.