1 edition of Effective interventions with offenders found in the catalog.
Effective interventions with offenders
Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-244).
|Statement||edited by Ken McMaster & David Riley|
|LC Classifications||HV9304 .E42 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||2011505575|
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Original articles by leading criminologists provide in-depth analyses of “turning points” in the desistance process experienced by criminal offenders.
An understanding of the sources of. March 17 Webinar: OJJDP FY Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems Similar Opportunities OJJDP FY Preventing Trafficking of Girls.
Get this from a library. Effective interventions with offenders: lessons learned. [Ken McMaster; David Riley; Hall McMaster & Associates.;] -- "The view of the s and '80s - that in terms of rehabilitation programmes, nothing works - ontinues to exert an influence that is no longer deserved.
Over the last twenty years more than Vennard, J & Hedderman, CEffective interventions with offenders. in P Goldblatt & C Lewis (eds), Reducing Offending: an assessment of evidence on ways of dealing with offending behaviour. Home Office Research Study, pp. - Cited by: This book provides the most current thinking on effective interventions in the lives of criminal offenders.
Original articles by leading criminologists provide in-depth analyses of “turning points” in the desistance process experienced by criminal : Springer New York. This book provides the most current thinking on effective interventions in the lives of criminal offenders.
Original articles by leading criminologists provide in-depth analyses of "turning points. The number of female offenders in the United States is skyrocketing. Our "tough on crime" approach puts a female offender behind bars, but doesn't consider the factors eading to her incarceration.
Female Offenders: Critical Perspectives and Effective Interventions, Second Edition proposes an alternative, one that truly addresses the needs of female offenders and the root. This book will be of interest to counsellors, psychologists, social workers and policy planners by exploring a range of issue related to the provision of interventions.
While there has been discourse that interventions for those who offend wastes valuable time and resource, the thesis of this book is that with the right matching of intervention.
The purpose of this sourcebook is to provide a quick desk reference for interventions examined by the Department of Juvenile Justice, the criminogenic needs those interventions address, contact and training information, and equally as important, the rank of those interventions according to the Department.
As new. This essay summarizes the literature regarding the principles of effective correctional programming-offender risk, needs, and responsivity (RNR)-and the contribution of these principles to establishing “what works” in correctional rehabilitation. Origins of the rehabilitative ideal are reviewed, followed by its progress through the s and s, including the near-fatal blow Author: Claire Goggin.
This program will fund project sites to develop a community-based, multidisciplinary, comprehensive approach to responding to youth with sexual behavior problems, their child victims, and their families as well as a training and technical assistance provider to support project sites in developing intervention models.
The purpose of this program is to prevent sexual. George T. Patterson, in Clinical Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings, Motivation. Eight evidence-based principles for effective interventions for offenders were identified in arising from a partnership between the National Institute of Corrections and the Crime and Justice Institute (Domurad & Carey, ).
The second. Presents theory, guidelines, treatment, program considerations, and strategies designed to rehabilitate and empower female offenders to reenter society in a meaningful and productive way. Topics include an overview of delinquent girls; the relational theory of women's psychological development; ment.
effective in preventing criminal behavior if delivered in early inter-vention and parenting training pro-grams. If so, there are far-reaching benefits of this approach for reduc-ing crime and needless victimization. ENDNOTES 1 Lipsey, M.W. The primary factors that characterize effective interventions with juvenile offenders: A meta.
It is the contributors' thesis that prevention is never too early. They also maintain, however, that interventions for serious and violent juvenile offenders can never be too late in that effective interventions exist for known serious and violent juvenile offenders.
The second group consists of high-risk offenders. These types of offenders are not only a risk to the community but themselves. When it comes to attending to them, a lot of resources are required.
The interventions used must also be in line with their needs. Risk principle calls for prioritization of resources in line with the risk of the offender. successful interventions with sex offenders and their victims. Issues addressed included treatment and supervision of sex offenders, as well as prevention of sexual abuse and treatment for victims.
Over people attended the conference, including representatives from the File Size: 1MB. Interventions with Juvenile Offenders: A Meta-Analytic Overview Effective InterventionsM. Lipsey Mark W. Lipsey Peabody Research Institute, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA Abstract: Previous meta-analyses have identified many effective interventions for reducing the recidivism of juvenile offenders and various program Cited by: Juvenile Justice Interventions: System Escalation and Effective Alternatives to Residential Placement Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52(5).
Therapy Interventions With Sex Offenders Aviva Moster, MA, Dorota W. Wnuk, MA, and Elizabeth L. Jeglic, PhD The majority of convicted sex offenders are eventually released back into the community.
Con-sequently, effective treatment interventions that can lower the recidivism rates of sexual offenders are needed. Correctional services and interventions can be effective in reducing recidivism for offenders, however, not all programs are equally effective • The most effective programs are based on some principles of effective interventions • Risk (Who) • Need (What) • Responsivity (How) • Program Fidelity (How Well)File Size: 1MB.
Risk assessment, management and effective interventions could inform each other There could be a constructive feedback loop in which risk management practices integrate lessons from effective interventions and from assessment tools that have been shown to have relatively good predictive validity for violent offenders such as the Violence.
Speciﬁ cally, intensive interventions are most suitable for medium-risk or high-risk offend-ers—those who are especially predisposed to re-offend in the ﬁ rst place. However, interven-tions may have unintended deleterious effects if they are used with low-risk offenders. Speciﬁ - cally, intervening with low-risk offenders mayFile Size: KB.
‘Effective interventions with offenders: Lessons learned’ out now Edited by Ken McMaster & David Riley, RRP $In this book we asked contributors to reflect upon their practice and identify lessons learned that can increase the effectiveness and reach of rehabilitation.
This book provides the most current thinking on effective interventions in the lives of criminal offenders. Original articles by leading criminologists provide in-depth analyses of “turning points” in the desistance process experienced by criminal : Springer New York.
Indeed, there has been an almost complete lack of rigorous research on effective interventions for juvenile sexual offenders. The research community’s failure—our failure—to subject the most widely used models of treatment to empirical investigation means that we have consigned vulnerable youth to untested and possibly ineffective or even Cited by: Although sex offenders comprise a relatively small proportion of all offenders, they invoke fear and a strong emotional response.
The research indicates that treatment for sex offenders can be effective in reducing recidivism provided that programs adhere to the principles of effective intervention—risk, need, responsivity, and fidelity. violent offenders are less resistant to change than some other types of offenders such as some sexual offenders or property offenders.
Thus, learning from and implementing effective interventions from other countries to reduce violent crime could yield significant. Moral Remediation, Multi-systemic Therapy and Effective Interventions For Serious Juvenile Offenders. Our juvenile hall population is at an all time high, million inmates at an average cost of about $35, per inmate (OJJDP, ).
In fact, we lead the world in incarcerated juvenile offenders and the juvenile system is fast becoming a breeding ground for. There is a lack of knowledge about specific components that make interventions effective in preventing or reducing child maltreatment.
The aim of the present meta-analysis was to increase this knowledge by summarizing findings on effects of interventions for child maltreatment and by examining potential moderators of this effect, such as intervention Cited by: In Female Sexual Offenders: Theory, Assessment and Treatment, Drs Theresa Gannon and Franca Cortoni present a collection of chapters by clinicians and researchers knowledgeable about sexual violence in women.
This unique and timely volume quite nicely combines theoretical perspectives with suggestions for effective interventions, as well as.
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Zaplin. effective interventions and their related concepts/principles. The conventional approach to supervision in this country empha-sizes individual accountability from offenders and their supervis-ing officers without consistently providing either with the skills, tools, and resources that science Implementing Evidence-Based Practice.
Mandated interventions for DUI offenders vary in intensity, frequency, and duration, ranging from relatively brief one- or two-session interventions, to multicomponent programs implemented over the course of weeks or months, to inpatient care with lengthy aftercare (Wells-Parker et al.
Research shows the most effective interventions are those that target the right kids. Research by the Peabody Research Institute () shows, in general, that intervention for high-risk delinquents, on average, more effectively reduces recidivism than when those interventions are applied to low-risk delinquents.
CHAPTER 4. EARLY INTERVENTION, TREATMENT, AND MANAGEMENT OF SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS Chapter 4 Preview A substance use disorder is a medical illness characterized by clinically significant impairments in health, social function, and voluntary control over substance use. Substance use disorders range inFile Size: KB.
Social Policy Report V25 #1 4 Evidence-Based Interventions for Juvenile Offenders and Juvenile Justice Policies that Support Them Ineffective Programs and Policies Until the s the conclusion that “nothing works” (e.g., Lipton, Martinson, & Wilks, ) was generally accurate—rigorous research had not supported a myriadFile Size: KB.
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Interventions to reduce anti-social behaviour and crime RAND Europe ii serve the public interest by improving policymaking and informing public debate. Its clients are European governments, institutions, and firms with a need for rigorous, impartial, multidisciplinary Size: KB.Treatment of sexual offenders has evolved substantially over the years; various theoretical and practice models of treatment been developed, modified, refined, and proposed over time.
The predominant current recommended approach, supported by research, adheres to specific principles of effective correctional intervention, follows a cognitive-behavioral, skills-based Cited by: Effective interventions for Women offenders: A Rapid Evidence Assessment.
Lynn Stewart, Correctional Services Accreditation and Advice Panel: Renee Gobeil, consultant. This summary presents the findings of a review of the evidence of what interventions, and targets for intervention, reduce women’s reoffending. The review also examines.