Montana SB 63 outlines specific sanctions for supervision violations using an SCF approach, including 3-days jail, intervention hearings, and a requirement to exhaust options before initiating revocation.
Honolulu’s DA argues that violent felons should not be eligible for HOPE.
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy recommends expanding Michigan’s Swift & Sure Sanctions Probation Program.
Incorporating SCF supervision is recommended as part of DOJ’s justice reinvestment plan to lower costs and reduce crime.
Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) uses an electronic monitoring system in response to supervision violations, but obtaining approvals to use electronic monitoring precludes swift consequences. The Illinois State Commission has recommended that IDOC have the authority to immediately implement electronic monitoring for up to 30 days.