Stop! Collaborate and Listen … for Effective Pretrial Reform

By |2020-06-12T14:13:04+00:00March 10th, 2020|All, Blog, Pretrial Reform, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

When it comes to pretrial reform, every jurisdiction in every state is facing different challenges, but one truth is universal: Success takes cooperation.

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Check Your Team’s Assessment Accuracy with Ongoing QA

By |2020-06-12T14:36:56+00:00January 21st, 2020|All, Blog, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

There are two critical parts of this process, either of which can make or break the accuracy of your assessment results: the assessment itself, and the way your team uses it.

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Feet hit pavement. Now what?

By |2020-06-12T14:44:00+00:00January 16th, 2020|All, Blog, Custody, Recidivism Reduction, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

Over the past three decades, we’ve seen hundreds of different takes on discharge/release/reentry planning, and we’ve learned that success really comes down to a few key factors.

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Planning for Validation? Here’s How to Start

By |2020-06-12T14:45:31+00:00January 16th, 2020|All, Blog, Supervision, Supervision Case Management, Validation|

Even if the assessment tool you’re using has been validated on other populations in other jurisdictions, you don’t know if the tool is really working for YOUR population in YOUR jurisdiction unless you validate it using local data.

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Validation and risk and data … oh, my! Corrections Trends for 2020

By |2020-06-12T14:46:17+00:00January 5th, 2020|All, Blog, Classification, Custody, Custody Management, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

Customers asked questions that shed light on the current state of corrections and the trends that are starting to trickle down to agencies of all sizes. Check out our Top 3.

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The Fine Art of Case Planning

By |2020-06-17T13:19:40+00:00October 26th, 2019|All, Blog, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

The Big 4 criminogenic needs are not only the key to reducing recidivism, they’re also among the most difficult factors to change in a person.

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Assess Your Assessment: Validation and Outcomes Studies Explained

By |2020-06-19T16:56:20+00:00October 7th, 2019|All, Blog, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Validation|

You’ve implemented a risk and needs assessment. Your team is using the data to inform decision-making. Now what?

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The Definitive FAQ on Risk and Needs Assessments

By |2021-04-15T19:56:37+00:00September 13th, 2019|All, Blog, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

We’ve compiled a list of the top five questions we hear and straightforward answers to help you educate others and demonstrate why assessments are helping you advance justice in your community.

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Pretrial Supervision: So Many Choices, So Little Time

By |2020-06-17T13:27:35+00:00September 5th, 2019|All, Blog, Pretrial Reform, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

Much of the pretrial reform debate centers on one key question: Should this individual be released or detained?

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Two Ways Data Can Help (or Harm) Your Evidence-Based Practice

By |2020-06-17T13:29:03+00:00August 22nd, 2019|All, Blog, Risk & Needs Assessments, Supervision, Supervision Case Management|

There are two key ways data is used to drive evidence-based practice: measure progress and drive action.

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