SCF probation in Kansas reduces racial disparities in returns to prison.
SCF probation for young adults in Hidalgo Co. improved outcomes for recidivism and employment.
SCF for NJ parolees at risk of opioid overdose reduced returns to prison.
Recommends graduated-response SCF with incentives.
A case for research into sanctions for technical violations.
Recommends SCF supervision for domestic-violence defendants.
The Short-Term Effects of Intensive Post-Release Correctional Supervision on Recidivism: A Natural Experiment
Michigan’s Swift and Sure probation shows better outcomes than most intensive-supervision programs.
More federal SCF dollars would increase and improve implementations.
How recent foreign-policy lessons bear on domestic criminal justice reform.
Is a lack of SCF consequences driving gun-carrying behavior?
U.S. Department of Justice President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice
Recommends SCF pretrial supervision.
An SCF program for returning citizens.
SCF Gun Court for defendants with gun-related charges.
New research from three states shows that 24/7 Sobriety (SCF supervision for DUI offenders) reduces recidivism.
Proposed or enacted legislation in five states includes requirements for SCF supervision.
Justice Reinvestment initiatives in many states include recommendations for SCF supervision (includes reports on Idaho, Kansas, and N. Carolina).
An increasingly popular policing strategy incorporates incentives and SCF responses to criminal behavior.
The SCF “stick and carrot” in substance-use behavior.
An argument for SCF sanctions in the Capitol insurrection.
A review of SCF fidelity measures.
Differential Development of Perceived Costs and Rewards of Offending: The Relevance for Predicting Offending in Early Adulthood: A Group-Based Trajectory Modeling Approach
Rational choice—the cornerstone of SCF.
How SCF methods contribute to drug and DUI courts.
SCF’s role in Justice Reinvestment.
SCF in the fight against the opioid crisis.
SCF in encouraging drug treatment.
A deeper look at SCF in Washington State.
Where is criminal justice policy heading?
How do people perceive certainty and severity of sanctions?