Annotated SCF Literature Review Alaska PACE Carns, T.W. & Martin, S. (2011). “Anchorage PACE: Probation Accountability with Certain Enforcement. A preliminary evaluation of the Anchorage
State, local, territorial, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments are eligible for funding to implement SCF supervision (new or ongoing) in community corrections. Due: March
State, local, territorial, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments can use grant funds to implement evidence-based strategies to increase the effectiveness of community supervision, including
CSG recommends brief, proportional jail sanctions, and alternative sanctions, for probation and parole violators in Montana, to promote fairness.
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.