June 1, 2008 Fixing the Parole System http://issues.org/24-4/kleiman/

Drs. Kleiman and Hawken argue that a parole system relying on SCF principles would result in less crime and fewer people in prison.

October 4, 2007 An Evaluation of Georgia's Probation Options Management Act http://nicic.gov/mobile/document.aspx?id=025454#home

An analysis of the Probation Management Act, which applies administrative processing to probation violators without judicial amendment to the original court order.

April 1, 2007 Fort Bend County Community Supervision and Corrections Special Sanctions Court Program https://www.scfcenter.org/resources/Research/200704%20Fort%20Bend%20County%20Community%20Supervision%20and%20Corrections%20Special%20Sanctions%20Court%20Program.pdf

Snell analyzes the Special Sanctions Court Program in Fort Bend County, Texas.

June 1, 2003 Impact Evaluation of the Maryland Break the Cycle Initiative https://www.scfcenter.org/resources/Research/200306%20Impact%20Evaluation%20of%20the%20Maryland%20Break%20the%20Cycle%20Initiative.pdf

The Urban Institute evaluates Break the Cycle, an SCF initiative designed to reduce drug use and crime among probationers and parolees in Maryland.

May 1, 2003 Opportunities and Barriers in Probation Reform https://escholarship.org/uc/item/0238v37t

Dr. Kleiman argues that frequent drug testing and SCF sanctions for violations along with formal drug treatment for those who need it could reduce drug use and recidivism among probationers.