Argues for equal attention to the three pillars of SCF in the criminal-justice system.
SCF is among NIJ’s studies on community supervision.
The founding SCF judge in Summit Co. is leaving the bench.
SCF sanctions for probation violations in Kansas are likelier to yield carceral sanctions for women than for men.
Recommendations for reducing long carceral sanctions for parole violations in Wyoming.
SCF responses can be effective in shaping non-criminal behaviors.
Probation and parole officers in Denver struggle to determine sanctions for technical violations.
An SCF judge in Tarrant Co. is candidate for District Attorney.
Situates SCF in the literature on reentry and rehabilitation.
Monroe Co. probation using SCF incentives and sanctions.
Contends that SCF sanctions in Pennsylvania probation do not reduce recidivism.
Reviews carceral sanctions for technical supervision violations and argues for minimizing them.
Calls for SCF responses to parole violations in Maryland.
SCF sanctions in drug court associated with lower graduation rates.
Challenges for HOPE probation in Hawaiʻi and bills to address them.
Proposed and recommended changes to make probation in Pennsylvania more SCF.
A paper calls for careful consideration of alternative SCF sanctions for women with histories of victimization.
A book chapter contends that SCF is in tension with a behavioral-change model of supervision.
Does the Involvement of Family and Friends Improve Probation and Parole Outcomes? A Quantitative Evaluation of Triple-S: Social Supports in Supervision
A study argues for SCF as a component of a holistic approach to supervision.
Sorting Through the Evidence: A Step Toward Prioritization of Evidence-Based Community Supervision Practices
A paper notes that excessive conditions of supervision may complicate SCF compliance.
A study argues that swift responses do not reduce recidivism.
A report finds that SCF has reduced the numbers and average length of jail sanctions in Louisiana.
A study finds that SCF sanctions had different effects on revocations from probation versus parole in Shelby Co. (Tenn).
An article contends that SCF responses have a role in reducing crime.
A new Alabama law reduces the use of jails and prisons for supervision violations.
The Alabama probation and parole agency receives a BJA SCF grant.
The founder of HOPE probation speaks on prosecution reform.
Many states are enacting statutes that reduce incarceration for supervision violations.
A report promotes SCF responses, including incentives and noncustodial sanctions, to improve supervision outcomes.
The Impact of Incarceration on the Desistance Process Among Individuals Who Chronically Engage in Criminal Activity
A paper argues that SCF sanctions are less disruptive to desistance than are long custodial sanctions, for people who chronically engage in criminal activity.