This report does a great job in explaining how to effectively combine both sanctions and incentives in probation and parole supervision.
This report presents “data on adult offenders under community supervision while on probation or parole during 2012.
This report explains the potential of community-based corrections to reduce the recidivism of offenders and reconsider its role.
The “effectiveness of early termination as a measure that permits probation offices to focus supervision resources on persons most likely to recidivate, without compromising the statutory purposes of probation and supervised release” is examined.
Reducing Recidivism Through Probation Supervision: What We Know and Don’t Know From Four Decades of Research
This article is about the relationship between recidivism rates and supervision skills used by probation officers (or others who supervise offenders on community-based orders or parole).
This special issue promotes innovative programs, policies and protocols that improve crime victims’ rights and services in community corrections.
Access to eight fact sheets “on topics related to crime victims and victims’ needs throughout the community corrections process” is provided.
This study’s purpose was to determine the extent to which people on probation and parole contribute to the demands on the resources of local law enforcement, and to identify what opportunities exist to use data to target their limited resources more effectively.
This NIC monograph is the 2013 revision and update of previous (1982, 1985, 2001) editions.
The Importance of a Low Span of Control in Effective Implementation of Evidence Based Probation and Parole Practices
This report explains why the current probation officer to supervisor ratio (7:1 span of control) should not be increased to a higher level due to significant impacts on the implementation and sustainability of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in the Community Based Correctional System in Iowa.