Argues that SCF supervision is consistent with principles of therapeutic justice.
Research review notes the challenges of replicating supervision programs, including HOPE.
Essay opposes SCF principles as anti-Enlightenment.
Notes that SCF sanctions and rewards in drug courts reduce violations.
Alaska DOC collaborates with other justice agencies in SCF probation.
Candidate for the New Mexico House of Representatives calls for SCF principles throughout justice system.
Study of supervision strictness notes that most supervision research focuses on violation responses, including SCF.
Op-ed calls for SCF in California probation to address methamphetamine use.
Think tank calls for SCF supervision to promote public safety.
Grant County, Indiana, reduced recidivism by using SCF principles, among others.
SCF probation in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, is cited as successful in reducing revocations.
West Virginia probation provides for SCF sanctions for substance-use violations.
Bill provides for SCF incentives for people on post-prison supervision in Oregon.
An evaluation of Montana probation and parole violations finds that sanction guidelines are unevenly followed.
An evaluation of Colorado parole violations finds that many available SCF responses are little used.
Nevada legislation provides for administrative SCF responses to supervision violations.
A community-supervision model includes SCF incentives and rewards.
People on community supervision who have a substance use disorder can respond to incentives to desist from use.
The HOPE Demonstration Field Experiment is cited as an example of a null finding.
California bill extends authority for “flash incarceration” for probation violations.
HOPE probation in Hawaiʻi is being reassessed.
The Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission recommends SCF principles for deterring crime.
An evaluation of noncustodial sentences in Chile considers evidence from SCF probation in the United States.
A defendant in Illinois sought placement into SCF probation, which the State denied.
Argues for SCF responses to establish a sense of fairness in federal probation.
Argues for SCF responses as a more-effective deterrent than long prison sentences.
Understanding Resource Deprivation: A Multilevel Examination of the Impact County Deprivation Has on Community Supervision and Treatment Outcomes
Considers SCF responses among a complement of evidence-based practices for reducing recidivism.
St. Louis Co. using SCF jail sanctions.
A group-violence-reduction strategy in Baltimore uses SCF responses.
SCF jail sanctions should be reconsidered for women with victimization histories.