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Best Practices Tool Kits

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  1. An Update on Gender Responsive Strategies - 2011

    Kennedy, Amanda
    This Best Practices tool kit identifies research regarding practices that are considered promising, proven to be beneficial or "best practices" in the treatment of female ex-offenders on probation and parole. According to former director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Reginald Wilkinson, best practices range anywhere from practices which are empirically proven to be effective to strategies which demonstrate promise but have not yet been thoroughly evaluated. This document briefly summarizes four studies which outline effective strategies and particular aspects of working with women on probation and parole. Following this, there is a an annotated bibliography, featuring publications...

  2. Family Involvement During Incarceration and Reentry

    Pettway, Coretta
    Includes an annotated bibliography.

  3. Incarcerated Parents and Parenting Programs

    Harris, Millie; Pettway, Coretta
    Includes an annotated bibliography.

  4. Community Corrections and Evidence-Based Practices

    Pettway, Coretta
    This Best Practices Tool-Kit aims to identify the principles of effective intervention drawn from evidence-based research and how that translates into effective practice in community corrections. The objective of this tool kit is to provide information that will better inform policymakers, practitioners and researchers on the utilization of evidence-based practices in community corrections.

  5. Faith-Based Programming, Reentry and Recidivism

    Pettway, Coretta
    Annotated Bibliography

  6. Offender Job Readiness and Job Retention

    Pettway, Coretta
    Research has shown that ex-offenders have a high risk of unemployment and that an association exists between adult offender unemployment and recidivism. Additionally, offenders’ themselves consider that securing employment is important to maintaining a crime free existence upon release. The following tool-kit highlights key features of 4 programs focused on job readiness training and retention for offenders.

  7. Employing Ex-Offenders after Release from Prison

    Pettway, Coretta
    Annotated bibliography

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