publications — EBP & the Integrated Model
Evidence-Based Practice Skills Assessment
The EBPSA is a self-report measurement tool designed to gauge the extent to which correctional staff demonstrate the skills necessary to successfully implement Evidence-based Practices. This guide summarizes how the EBPSA enhances an organization’s ability to become a more effective evidence-based organization.
Putting the Pieces Together: An Implementation Manual
An EBP Implementation Manual
Roadmap for Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections
CJI was contracted by the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), in conjunction with the Virginia Community Criminal Justice Association (VCCJA), to construct this Roadmap for the implementation of evidence-based practices in local probation and pretrial agencies across the state.
Implementing EBP in Community Corrections, 2nd Ed.
This updated version of the publication Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community: An Integrated Model, incorporates the foundational information on EBP, Organizational Development, and Collaboration that was presented in the original 2004 publications, along with the latest research. It is essential reading for community corrections leaders and managers looking to implement EBP.
Integrated Model of Corrections Briefing Booklet
This briefing booklet entitled “Lighting the way: Improving Corrections Policies and Practices” outlines CJI's Integrated Model of Corrections Founded on Evidence-Based Practices.
EBP Box Set PapersThe 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.
Using an Integrated Model to Implement EBP in Corrections
This essay presents an integrated implementation model that encourages corrections leaders to focus equally on evidence-based practices, organizational development, and collaboration.