Assessing the earned discharge pilot project: The Importance of Context, Capacity, and Content

Sarah M. Smith, Marisa K. Omori, Susan F. Turner, Ph.D., (University of California, Irvine) and Jesse Jannetta, MPP, (Urban Institute).
Criminology & Public Policy, Volume 11, Issue 2
2012

Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1745-9133.2012.00817.x/abstract

Assessing the earned discharge pilot project

The importance of context, capacity, and content (forthcoming)
Sarah M. Smith, Marisa K. Omori, Susan F. Turner, Ph.D., (University of California, Irvine) and Jesse Jannetta, M.P.P. (Urban Institute)

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The impact of the California Parole Supervision and Reintegration Model (CPSRM) pilot implementation on parole agent attitudes

Susan Turner, Ph.D., Helen Braithwaite, Ph.D., Joe Tatar, Marisa Omori, & Lauren Kearney, MPH, University of California, Irvine
June 2011

Adobe PDF The impact of the California Parole Supervision and Reintegration Model (CPSRM) pilot implementation on parole agent attitudes

Parole agent and supervisor feedback from the pilot implementation of the California Parole Supervision and Reintegration Model (CPSRM)

Helen Braithwaite, Ph.D., & Susan Turner, Ph.D., University of California, Irvine
April 2011

Adobe PDF Parole agent and supervisor feedback from the pilot implementation of the California Parole Supervision and Reintegration Model (CPSRM)

Utilizing Evidence-Based Practices for Parole Reform

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Learn what’s new with Parole supervision! The Center for Evidence-Based Corrections is assisting the CDCR in two new parole models (CPSRM and NRP). Through the research efforts of UCI, the Center is able to coordinate with CDCR in using evidence-based practices and policies in parole reform, and in evaluating these programs. The ultimate goal is to provide better public safety.

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