Evidence-Based Strategies for Working with Offenders

Evidence-Based Strategies For Working With OffendersWithin the last two decades, a growing body of research has found that evidence-based interventions, which effectively combine the principles of Risk-Needs-Responsivity (RNR), deterrence, procedural justice, and collaboration, can reduce recidivism. This brief from the Center for Court Innovation provides information on the research about evidence-based strategies in five areas of reducing recidivism: assessment, treatment, deterrence, procedural justice, and collaboration.

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