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Handbook on Moving Corrections and Sentencing Forward: Building on the Record


I Courts and SentencingReflections on the Multi-Site Drug Court Evaluation: What Did We Learn and What Does It Mean?At the Crossroads: Large-Scale Studies of Behavioral Health Treatment Interventions for People in the Criminal Justice SystemWhat Comes Next? On the Evolution of Community CourtsII Community CorrectionsFrom Mean to Meaningful Probation: The Legacy of Intensive Supervision ProgramsResearch Considerations for Using Electronic Technologies With Community SupervisionFines, Fees, and Debt in Community Corrections: Past, Present, and FutureThoughts From the Multi-Site Evaluation of the Honest Opportunity Probation With Enforcement Demonstration Field ExperimentA Supervision Policy With Scope: Revisiting Washington State’s Swift-and-Certain InitiativeParole Decision-Making: Moving Towards Evidence-Based PracticeBack-End Sentencing and Opting Out of the Parole Process: Two Areas for Further Study in Corrections and Reentry ResearchFamily Work in Corrections: Trends From Efforts in Youth JusticeUnderstanding Rapport in Supervision SettingsIII Prisons and JailsLessons From the Multi-Site Family Study of Incarceration, Parenting, and PartneringPutting a Square Into a Circle: The Story of Boot Camps—A Tribute to Doris MacKenzie’s WorkSupermax Incarceration: Current Evidence and Next Steps in Improving Research and PolicyAdvances in Corrections Research: Understanding How Prisons Continue to Influence MaladjustmentCriminal Justice Reform in California: A Lesson for the Nation?IV ReentryExamining the Field’s First Multisite Reentry Experiment: Lessons Learned From the Evaluation of the Opportunity to Succeed (OPTS) Aftercare ProgramReturning Home: A Pathbreaking Study of Prisoner Reentry and Its ChallengesConsiderations on the Multi-Site Evaluation of the Serious and Violent Offender Reentry InitiativeKey Findings and Implications of the Cross-Site Evaluation of the Bureau of Justice Assistance FY 2011 Second Chance Act Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration ProjectsA Time for MercyBuilding on Reentry Research: A New Conceptual Framework and Approach to Reentry Services and ResearchAfterword: Intensive Non-Intervention
 
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