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Member Spotlight: Joe R.

As Program Manager for the University of Denver’s National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center , Joe Russo has pursued community corrections research for more than two decades. Today, he is responsible for maintaining up-to-date knowledge of innovations in probation and parole...


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Perspectives 2020 - V44 N1 - Full Issue

What evidence do we have that our post-incarceration programs are working to their fullest? There are so many difficulties facing those returning to their communities that continued review of best practices is essential. Our latest issue takes an in-depth look at the links between Evidence-Based...





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Member Spotlight: Kim K.

Kim Kras is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at San Diego State University. She earned her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2014, following a career as a probation officer with the Missouri Department of...


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Member Spotlight: Matthew D.

Matthew DeMichele, is Senior Research Sociologist in RTI International’s Applied Justice Research Division. He is the Director of the Center for Courts and Corrections Research and has conducted criminal justice research for nearly 20 years with a focus on correctional population trends,...


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Does Intensity of Community Supervision Matter: The Latest Research Evidence

Dr. Jennifer Doleac, Associate Professor at Texas A&M University, discusses the latest research on intensity of community supervision. Dr. Doleac’s approach of less rules and less enforcement makes community supervision more cost effective. #supervisionstrategies #reentry #research...


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Adolescent Brain Development: Research Implications for Community Corrections

This webinar recording was presented by Charlene Rhyne, PhD., Abbey Stamp, LCSW, Barbara Fletcher and Izzy Lefebvre on the subject of Adolescent Brain Development and Research Implications for Community Corrections. Brought to you by the APPA Research Committee. #juvenilejustice #treatment ...


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Disruptive Truth Bombs about Criminology, Implementation Science, and Organizational Change

You Can’t Read the Label from Inside the Jar: Disruptive Truth Bombs about Criminology, Implementation Science, and Real-World Organizational Change Presenter: Glenn A. Tapia, Director of Leadership and Systems Innovation for the Alliance for Criminal Justice Innovation (ACJI) This raw and...

 2019-04-18 | 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM ET