Parole Agent Workload Study

Parole Agent Workload Study

Helen Braithwaite, Theresa Lavery, Holly Westfall & Susan Turner, University of California, Irvine

The purpose of the workload study was to collect data to examine whether female parolees are more work or different work than male parolees for parole agents.

Are Female Parolees Different: Results from the Workload Study

Are Female Parolees Different

Helen Braithwaite, Theresa Lavery, Holly Westfall & Susan Turner, University of California, Irvine

This is a brief summary report of the parole agents’ activity logs from the “Parole Agent Workload Study.”

Supervising Female Parolees: Agent Survey Results from the Workload Study

Supervising Female Parolees – Agent Survey Results from Workload Study

Helen Braithwaite, Theresa Lavery, Holly Westfall & Susan Turner, University of California, Irvine

This is a brief summary report of the surveys from the “Parole Agent Workload Study.”

Counties need to help parolees access health care

Lois Davis (RAND Corporation) and Susan Turner (University of California, Irvine)

San Francisco Chronicle, November 22, 2016

California’s Public Safety Realignment Act (AB109), transferred the responsibility for many nonviolent offenders from the state prison system to county jail or local probation. Most efforts to understand the effects of this law have understandably focused on jails, courts and public safety. But at Rand we focused on another key challenge to inmates’ successful re-entry — the health of such returning offenders and their need for physical, mental health and drug treatment.

To view article click here: Counties need to help parolees access health care

Utilizing Evidence-Based Practices for Parole Reform

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