Research has shown that a system of swift, certain, and modest sanctions can motivate compliance in community corrections. This approach has yielded reductions in drug use, recidivism, and incarceration rates across the country. The SCF Center currently partners with agencies in more than a dozen states, including those funded by BJA, shown here.

SCF Community Sentencing

Oklahoma Department of Corrections

SCF Pilot

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Recidivism Elimination Supervision Enhancement Team (RESET)

New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

Hillsborough County New Hope Program

New Hampshire Department of Justice

SMART Supervision for Emerging Adults

Hidalgo County (Tex.) Community Supervision and Corrections Department

Alabama’s Certain Enforcement Supervision Program (ACES)

Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles  

Swift Alternative Violation Enforcement (SAVE)

Chester County (Penn.) Adult Probation and Parole

Sure and Swift Parole

Colorado Department of Corrections

SCF Probation Program

DeKalb County (Ill.) Court Services

Guam SCF Program

Judiciary of Guam