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Federal Probation Journal - September 2013

Federal Probation Journal (September 2013) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

Too Many Going Back, Not Enough Getting Out? Supervision Violators, Probation Supervision, and Overcrowding in the Federal Bureau of Prisons

By Matthew G. Rowland

Early Termination of Supervision: No Compromise to Community Safety

By Laura M. Baber, James L. Johnson

Extending Our Knowledge About Recidivism of Persons on Federal Supervision

By Laura M. Baber, Mark Motivans


SPECIAL FOCUS ON: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices

Introduction to Federal Probation Special Focus on Implementing Evidence-Based Practices

By Christopher T. Lowenkamp

The Demands on Probation Officers in the Evolution of Evidence-Based Practice: The Forgotten Foot Soldier of Community Corrections

By Guy Bourgon

The Trials and Tribulations of Implementing What Works: Training Rarely Trumps Values

By Mario A. Paparozzi, Roger Guy

Reducing Recidivism Through Probation Supervision: What We Know and Don’t Know from Four Decades of Research

By Chris Trotter

Skills and Training in British Probation: A Tale of Neglect and Possible Revival

By Peter Raynor, Pamela Ugwudike

Changing Probation Officer Attitudes: Training Experience, Motivation, and Knowledge

By Christopher T. Lowenkamp, Alexander M. Holsinger, Anthony W. Flores, Igor Koutsenok, Natalie Pearl

Capitalizing on Collaboration in Arizona: Working Together to Advance the Use of Evidence-Based Officer Skills at All Levels of Community Corrections

By Kathy Waters, Mario Moreno, R. Brian Colgan

Coaching: The True Path to Proficiency, From an Officer's Perspective

By Melissa Alexander, Lisa Palombo, Ed Cameron, Evey Wooten, Matthew White, Michael Casey, Christopher Bersch

Using Quality Improvement Models in Correctional Organizations

By Danielle S. Rudes, Jill Viglione, Courtney M. Porter

7 Keys to "Make EBPs Stick": Lessons From the Field

By Faye S. Taxman


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