SCF to reduce teens’ illegal behavior on the road in Australia.
More research is needed to determine the impact of HOPE.
Swiftness and certainty in domestic-violence enforcement.
A look at swifter case processing and recidivism in Denmark.
How Offender Decision-Making Can Inform Policing: A Focus on the Perceived Certainty of Apprehension
Perceived certainty can influence offender decision-making.
SCF is recommended for study for violent recidivists in Victoria.
H.R.7617 Defense, Commerce, Justice, Science, Energy and Water Development, Financial Services and General Government, Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development Appropriations Act, 2021
Funding request for the Second Chance Reauthorization Act includes $4.5M for SCF.
Calling for SCF prosecution for gun crimes.
Guidelines on SCF responses to drug use in community supervision.
SCF is recommended as an evidence-based probation management tool by the Charles Colson Task Force on Federal Corrections.
When SCF probation isn’t an option, prison offers medication-assisted treatment.
SCF traffic cameras could solve several problems.
SCF is untested for juveniles, but pretrial detention is an ineffective deterrent.
The HOPE DFE was implemented well but yielded poor outcomes.
A review of the benefits of SCF administrative sanctions
SCF Probation in Jefferson Parish
Three studies of 24/7 Sobriety programs
HOPE continues to feature in Honolulu’s prosecutor race.
The SCF probation pilot in Alabama finds low drug use.
New Mexico enacts SCF for probation and parole.
WADOC improving public safety by positively changing lives: Opportunity for supervision reform and reentry
Lessons learned and recommended policy changes in Swift and Certain supervision in Washington State.
Reductions in jail days are attributed to SCF incentives and sanctions besides jail time.
It remains to be seen whether the SCF components of Australia’s Compliance Management or Incarceration in the Territory (“COMMIT”) program in the Northern Territory are appropriate for the area.
Swiftness, certainty, and fairness in responding to crime has complex associations with levels of crime.
South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety reduced repeat DUI and domestic-violence arrests by 12 and 9 percent, respectively.
South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety holds lessons for SCF in reducing incarceration.
The Impact of the Sure and Swift Sanction Program and the Length of Stay in the Program on Reducing Recidivism in the Colorado Department of Corrections
An evaluation of SCF parole in Colorado finds mixed outcomes.
Argues that administrative SCF sanctions disparately impact minority probationers.
Still HOPEful: Reconsidering a “Failed” Replication of a Swift, Certain, and Fair Approach to Reducing Substance Use among Individuals under Criminal Justice Supervision
Reporting on the HOPE Demonstration Field Experiment underplays the positive outcomes on drug use.
A reevaluation of the Delaware Decide Your Time SCF study.