A bill proposes SCF responses to supervision violations in Nevada.
Report contends that SCF jail sanctions may increase jail population, but alternative sanctions may be as effective.
An annual statewide report and local news items on SCF probation in Michigan.
The ACLU contends that Wyoming’s SCF 24/7 Sobriety may be unconstitutional.
A court in Cleveland uses SCF supervision with nonviolent gun defendants.
Presentations on an evaluation of SCF in accountability courts in Georgia.
SCF responses are key to deterring and reducing gun violence.
Reviews concerns about discretion versus consistency in SCF responses.
The evidence on whether SCF responses deter recidivism is mixed and challenging to sort out.
Random drug testing, shown effective in SCF in some community-supervision studies, isn’t well understood in prisons.
SCF police responses for sex offenders may deter reoffending.
A laboratory experiment considers the effects on deterrence of varying swiftness and certainty of sanctions.
An evaluation of a therapeutic court for drug-involved persons in the federal justice system considers SCF findings.
SCF sanctions are noted in a discussion of the causes of crime in South Africa.
SCF responses are integral to police focused-deterrence efforts.
Deterrence and the Moral Context: Is the Impact of Perceived Sanction Risk Dependent on Best Friends’ Moral Beliefs?
Adolescents’ perception of the certainty of sanctions may depend on their friends’ beliefs about the rules.
Increasing Pretrial Releases and Reducing Felony Convictions for Defendants: Implications for Desistance from Crime
SCF responses remain popular amid criminal justice reform.
Gender and Community Supervision: Examining Differences in Violations, Sanctions, and Recidivism Outcomes
The effects of carceral sanctions for technical violations may differ for men and women.
Staying Close and Looking Back: An Examination of Desistance in a Maryland Community Corrections Population Project
A brief review of best practices in pretrial supervision.
Frequency of Enforcement Is More Important Than the Severity of Punishment in Reducing Violation Behaviors
Experiments show that certain enforcement reduces violations more than severe sanctions do.
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?