This report summarizes examples of how ten jurisdictions have implemented each of the nine guiding principles for RNA (risk needs assessments).
<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 assessment looks at an effective non-interview-based risk assessment, the Kentucky Pretrial Risk Assessment (KPRA).
This study examined the validity, reliability, equity, and cost of nine juvenile justice risk assessment instruments.
The results from a study of eight risk assessments used for determining which justice-involved youth are low-, moderate-, or high-risk for future delinquency are reviewed.
Whether your agency or jurisdiction is trying to choose the right risk assessment tool, or it already has one in place, you'll find this webinar from the National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) helpful.
This fact sheet explains: what a risk assessment tool is; the need to use them; how to choose the right risk assessment instrument; how to implement carefully following your choice; and making sure to gather and analyze data regarding the tool.
This brief explains how pretrial risk assessments can benefit the community by improving public safety and reducing costs.
This study examines the implementation of risk/needs assessment tools, and what effects it had on the practices of the probation officer.
This publication is designed for a wide-ranging audience of criminal justice stakeholders who have questions about pretrial risk assessment and its value to the pretrial justice process.