The Victoria (Australia) government is considering implementing an SCF approach to family violence. The model would include behavioral contracts, swift and equitable enforcement of consequences for non-compliance, and a minimalistic approach to punishment.
A study in Illinois relates probationers' perspectives on several different supervision models.
Budgetary constraints and other factors can cause agencies to lose track of probation and parole violators, who may commit violent crimes. The Post-Gazette has published an interactive special report on the issue.
This article explores whether or not a Swift, Certain, Fair program would work in New Zealand. The differences between the New Zealand and US criminal justice systems, as well as the potential benefits and drawbacks of attempting an SCF-based program in another country, are discussed.
This paper argues the merits of criminal justice reform, including allocating funds for treatment options for drug and alcohol-dependent individuals, and integrating SCF-based policies to incentivize completing drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.