The following preliminary report outlines the findings from the 2014 survey of Community Corrections agencies in Virginia and their local stakeholders. The surveys were designed to: 1) measure the extent to which EBPs are currently implemented in Community Corrections agencies throughout Virginia; 2) identify and examine the staff and organizational factors that impact an agency’s readiness to implement EBPs within local probation; 3) assess the extent to which treatment services are available and accessible within a local probation agency’s service area; 4) assess the perceptions of key stakeholders about the services provided by local probation and their existing professional relationship with local probation; and 5) gather information about perceived barriers to successful probation and the level of service coordination and collaboration at the local level.
Preliminary Findings from the Evidence Based Practices Implementation and Organization Assessment (2014)
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