The position paper, "Community Corrections Collaborative Network: Safe and Smart Ways To Solve America’s Correctional Challenges", finds that community corrections is a critical part of the public safety system that supervises individuals under the legal authority in the community to reduce crime and victimization.
Community Corrections Collaborative Network: Safe and Smart Ways to Solve America's Correctional Challenges
Results are presented from a comprehensive Probation Review of Louisiana’s Jefferson Parish.
The lead researcher in NIJ's HOPE evaluation discusses efforts to duplicate the swift-and-certain sanctions model on the mainland.
This article evaluates the role of probation during the period in which the incarceration rate grew at an alarming rate.
This report, based largely on more than 75 interviews conducted with people in the states of Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi during the second half of 2013, describes patterns of abuse and financial hardship inflicted by the “offender-funded” model of privatized probation that prevails in well over 1,000 courts across the US.
This article explains how your jurisdiction can use a random forest risk-forecasting tool.
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 article offers an efficient way to effectively monitor your supervisees’ computer use.
This webinar offers practical strategies for improving the implementation process of evidence-based programs and achieving better program results.