EBP Box Set Papers
The Crime and Justice Institute at CRJ and the National Institute of Corrections are proud to present a series of eight whitepapers on the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBP) known as the Box Set. The papers are designed to share information with criminal justice system stakeholders about how the implementation of evidence-based practices and a focus on recidivism reduction affect their areas of expertise in community corrections, defense, jail, judiciary, pretrial services, prison, prosecution, and treatment.
To read any of the papers, click on the links below:
Implementing Evidence-Based Policy and Practice in Community Corrections, 2nd Edition, October 2009
Evidence-Based Practices and Criminal Defense: Opportunities, Challenges, and Practical Considerations, August 2008
Our System of Corrections: Do Jails Play a Role in Improving Offender Outcomes?, January 2008
Evidence-Based Practice to Reduce Recidivism: Implications for State Judiciaries, August 2007
Legal and Evidence-Based Practices: Applications of Legal Principles, Laws, and Research to the Field of Pretrial Services, April 2007
Evidence-Based Practice: Principles for Enhancing Correctional Results in Prisons, December 2005
Using Research to Promote Public Safety: A Prosecutor's Primer on Evidence-Based Practice, August 2008
Effective Clinical Practices in Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice System, June 2008
Wednesday Series: Using Science in Criminal Justice to Achieve Better Results
CJI has developed a 7-part webinar series with various panels of practitioners, policy makers and researchers discussing these papers and the real-world application of their principles. The webinars were held monthly between March and September 2010.
Click here for more information on these webinars.