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Screened-Out Program Evaluations

We have identified thousands of programs and practices in our literature reviews, but not every intervention makes it onto CrimeSolutions with a rating.

We use rigorous research to inform you about what works in criminal justice, juvenile justice and crime victim services. We set a high bar for the scientific quality of the evidence used to assign ratings. Much of the evidence that we identify is screened out before going to review.

Following is a list of program for which the associated evaluations were screened out during the initial review. Listed with each program are references to the evaluation(s) and other supplemental documents that were screened. See Why Program Evaluations Are Screened Out.

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Screened-Out Program Evaluations
Program Title Topic Study(ies)
13-Hour 20-Minute Work Shifts for Law Enforcement (Phoenix, Arizona Study) Law Enforcement

Bell, Leonard B., Thomas B. Virden, Deborah J. Lewis, and Barry A. Cassidy. 2015. “Effects of 13-Hour 20-Minute Work Shifts on Law Enforcement Officers’ Sleep, Cognitive Abilities, Health, Quality of Life, and Work Performance: The Phoenix Study.” Police Quarterly 18(3):293–337.

A Management Program for Youth Who Have Committed a Sexual Crime (Lucas County, Ohio) Juvenile Justice

Lovins, Lori Brusman, Jamie Rae Yoder, and Stuart Berry. 2017. “Evaluation I: Recidivism Outcomes From a Management Program for Youth Who Have Committed a Sexual Crime.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 56(6):394–411.

A Relational Sequence for Engagement (ARISE) Drugs

Landau, Judith, M. Duncan Stanton, David Brinkman-Sull, David Ikle, David McCormick, James Garrett, Gloria Baciewicz, Robert R. Shea, Ashley Browning, and Frederick Wamboldt. 2004. "Outcomes with the ARISE Approach to Engaging Reluctant Drug- and Alcohol-Dependent Individuals in Treatment." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 30(4):711-48.

A Woman's Addiction Workbook Drugs

Lisa M. Najavits, Marshall Rosier, Alan Lee Nolan, and Michael C. Freeman. 2007. "A New Gender-Based Model for Women's Recovery From Substance Abuse: Results of a Pilot Outcome Study." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33:5-11.

Najavits, Lisa M. 2002. A Woman's Addiction Workbook. Oakland, Calif: New Harbinger.

Aban Aya Youth Project Juvenile Justice

Flay, Brian R., Sally Graumlich, Eisuke Segawa, James L. Burns, and Michelle Y. Holliday. 2004. “Effects of 2 Prevention Programs on High-Risk Behaviors Among African American Youth.” Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 158:377–84.

Segawa, Eisuke, Job E. Ngwe, Yanhong Li, Brian R. Flay, and Aban Aya Coinvestigators. 2005. “Evaluation of the Effects of the Aban Aya Youth Project in Reducing Violence Among African American Adolescent Males Using Latent Class Growth Mixture Modeling Techniques.” Evaluation Review 29:128–47.

Liu, C. Li, Brian R. Flay, and Aban Aya Investigators. 2009. “Evaluating Mediation in Longitudinal Multivariate Data: Mediation Effects for the Aban Aya Youth Project Drug Prevention Program.” Prevention Science 10:197–207.

ABC ‘‘All Children in Focus’’ Program (Sweden) Juvenile Justice

Enebrink, Pia, Maja Danneman, Valeria Benvestito Mattsson, Malin Ulfsdotter, Camilla Jalling, and Lene Lindberg. 2015. “ABC for Parents: Pilot Study of a Universal 4-Session Program Shows Increased Parenting Skills, Self-efficacy and Child Well-Being.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(7):1917–1931.

Above the Influence/National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign on Youths Juvenile Justice

Scheier, Lawrence M., Jerry L. Grenard, and Kristen D. Holtz. 2011. "An Empirical Assessment of the Above the Influence Advertising Campaign." Journal of Drug Education 41(4):431-61.

Hornik, Robert, Lela Jacobsohn, Robert Orwin, Andrea Piesse, and Graham Kalton. 2008. "Effects of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign on Youths." American Journal of Public Health 98:2229-36.

Academic Tutoring and Social Skills Training Juvenile Justice

Coie, John D., and Gina Krehbiel. 1984. "Effects of Academic Tutoring on the Social Status of Low-Achieving, Socially Rejected Children." Child Development 55:1465-78.

Accelerated Community Entry Program Courts

Knollenberg, Laura, and Valerie A. Martin. 2008. "Community Reentry Following Prison: A Process Evaluation of the Accelerated Community Entry Program." Federal Probation 72(2):54-60.

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) Corrections

Kip, Kevin E., Laney Rosenzweig, Diego F. Hernandez, Amy Shuman, Kelly L. Sullivan, Christopher Long, James Taylor, Stephen McGhee, Sue Ann Girling, Trudy Wittenberg, Frances M. Sahebzamani, Cecile A. Lengacher, Rajendra Kade, and David M. Diamond. 2013. “Randomized Controlled Trial of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) for Symptoms of Combat-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).” Military Medicine 178(12):1298–1309.

Kip, Kevin E., Laney Rosenzweig, Diego F. Hernandez, Amy Shuman, David M. Diamond, Sue Ann Girling, Kelly L. Sullivan, Trudy Wittenberg, Ann M. Witt, Cecile A. Lengacher, Brian Anderson, and Susan C. McMillan. 2014. “Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Treatment of Pain Secondary to Symptoms of Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.” European Journal of Psychotraumatology 5:1–12.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Aboriginal Women) Corrections

Riley, Ben J., David Smith, and Michael F. Baigent. 2019. “Mindfulness and Acceptance– Based Group Therapy: An Uncontrolled Pragmatic Pre–Post Pilot Study in a Heterogeneous Population of Female Prisoners.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 63(15–16):2572–2585.

ACE Overcomers Program Victims

Cameron, Linda D., Paul Carroll, and W. Kyle Hamilton. 2018. “Evaluation of an Intervention Promoting Emotion Regulation Skills for Adults With Persisting Distress Due to Adverse Childhood Experiences.” Child Abuse & Neglect 79:423–33.

ACEs Public-Private Initiative (APPI) (Washington State) Juvenile Justice

Verbitsky-Savitz, Natalya, Margaret B. Hargreaves, Samantha Penoyer, Norberto Morales, Brandon Coffee-Borden, and Emilyn Whitesell. 2016. Preventing and Mitigating the Effects of ACEs by Building Community Capacity and Resilience: APPI Cross-Site Evaluation Findings. Washington, D.C.: Mathematica Policy Research.

Achieve My Plan Enhancement for Wraparound Juvenile Justice

Walker, Janet S., Celeste L. Seibel, and Sharice Jackson. 2017. “Increasing Youths’ Participation in Team-Based Treatment Planning: The Achieve My Plan Enhancement for Wraparound.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:2090–2100.

Acoustic Gunshot Locations Systems (St. Louis, Mo.) Crime Prevention

Mares, Dennis, and Emily Blackburn. 2012. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Acoustic Gunshot Location System in St. Louis, MO." Policing:1-17.

Acquaintance Rape Prevention Program Victims

Pinzone-Glover, Holly A., Christine A. Gidycz, and Cecilia Dine Jacobs. 1998. "An Acquaintance Rape Prevention Program: Effects on Attitudes Toward Women, Rape-Related Attitudes, and Perceptions of Rape Scenarios." Psychology of Women Quarterly 22: 605-21.

Gidycz, Christine A., Melissa J. Layman, Cindy L. Rich, Marie Crothers, Julius Gylys, Abigail Matorin, and Cecilia Dine Jacobs. 2001. "An Evaluation of an Acquaintance Rape Prevention Program: Impact on Attitudes, Sexual Aggression, and Sexual Victimization." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 16(11): 1120-38.

Action-Research Team to Address Sexual Assault Cases Corrections

National Institute of Justice. 2016. “Forming an Action-Research Team to Address Sexual Assault Cases.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Action for Children's Safe and Secure Network Juvenile Justice

Campbell, Rebecca, Giannina Fehler Cabral, Steven J. Pierce, Dhruv B. Sharma, Deborah Bybee, Jessica Shaw, Sheena Horsford, and Hannah Feeney. 2015. “The Detroit Sexual Assault Kit (SAK) Action Research Project (ARP), Final Report.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Coren, Esther, Manuela Thomae, Jameela Hutchfield, and Wendy Iredale. 2013. "Report on the Implementation and Results of an Outcomes-focused Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Interviews." Child Abuse Review 22:44-59.

Adapting Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (BCBT) for Group Therapy (Spain) Juvenile Justice

Santesteban-Echarri, Olga, Laura Hernández-Arroyo, Simon M. Rice, M. José Güerre-Lobera, María Serrano-Villar, José Carlos Espín-Jaime, and Miguel Ángel Jiménez-Arriero. 2018. “Adapting the Brief Coping Cat for Children with Anxiety to a Group Setting in the Spanish Public Mental Health System: A Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Pilot Study.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 27:3300–3315.

Adept Drug and Alcohol Community Prevention Project (ADACPP) Juvenile Justice

Ross, James G., Pedro J. Saavedra, Gail H. Shur, Franklin Winters, and Robert D. Felner. 1992. "The Effectiveness of an After-School Program for Primary Grade Latchkey Students on Precursors of Substance Abuse." Journal of Community Psychology, OSAP Special Issue:22-38.

Adolescent Mentalization-Based Integrative Therapy (AMBIT) (UK) Juvenile Justice

Bevington, Dickon, Peter Fuggle, Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, and Eia Asen. 2013. “Innovations in Practice: Adolescent Mentalization-Based Integrative Therapy (AMBIT) – A New Integrated Approach to Working With the Most Hard to Reach Adolescents With Severe Complex Mental Health Needs.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 18(1):46–51.

Adult Basic Education (Florida) Corrections

Cho, Rosa Minhyo, and John H. Tyler. 2013. "Does Prison-Based Adult Basic Education Improve Postrelease Outcomes for Male Prisoners in Florida?" Crime & Delinquency 59:975.

Adult Civil Citation Network (Florida) Courts

Kopak, Albert M., J. Jordan Cowart, Greg Frost, and Ashley Ballard. 2015. “The Adult Civil Citation Network: An Innovative Pre-Charge Diversion Program for Misdemeanor Offenders.” Journal of Community Corrections 25(1):5–12.

Kopak, Albert M., and Gregory A. Frost. 2017. “Correlates of Program Success and Recidivism Among Participants in an Adult Pre-Arrest Diversion Program.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 42(4):727–45.

Adult Civil Citation (ACC) and Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) Corrections

Kopak, Albert M. 2020. “A Matched-Samples Comparison of Pre-Arrest and Post-Booking Diversion Programs in Florida’s Second Judicial District.” Justice Evaluation Journal 1–27.

Adult Drug Court (Texas) Courts

Frailing, Kelly, and Diana Carreon. 2016. “Quiero Hablar Con Usted en Espanol, Juez: The Importance of Spanish at a Majority Hispanic Drug Court.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27(2):164–81.

Adult Mental Health Court (Florida) Courts

Costopoulos, Julie S., and Bethany L. Wellman. 2017. “The Effectiveness of One Mental Health Court: Overcoming Criminal History.” Psychological Injury and Law 10:254–63.

Adult Supervision of Juvenile in Police Custody (England) Law Enforcement

Pierpoint, Harriet. 2008. "Quickening the PACE? The Use of Volunteers as Appropriate Adults in England and Wales." Policing and Society 18(4):397-410.

Adult Transition Centers (Illinois) Corrections

Jung, H. 2014. “Do Prison Work-Release Programs Improve Subsequent Labor Market Outcomes? Evidence from the Adult Transition Centers in Illinois.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 53(5): 384–402.

Advocacy Intervention in Mental Health in Chinese Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Victims

Tiwari, Agnes, Daniel Yee Tak Fong, Kwan Hok Yuen, Helina Yuk, Polly Pang, Janice Humphreys, and Linda Bullock. 2010. "Effect of an Advocacy Intervention on Mental Health in Chinese Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence." Advocacy Intervention and Intimate Partner Violence 304(5):536-43.

AFFIRM  

Craig Shelley L., and Ashley Austin. 2016. “The AFFIRM Open Pilot Feasibility Study: A Brief Affirmative Cognitive Behavioral Coping Skills Group Intervention for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth.” Children and Youth Services Review 64:136–44.

Aftercare Services for Juvenile Parolees with Mental Disorders Juvenile Justice

Stevens, Jack, Kelly Kelleher, and John Hayes. 2014. Aftercare Services for Juvenile Parolees with Mental Disorders: A Collaboration Between the Ohio Department of Youth Services (DYS) and Columbus Children’s Research Institute. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Aggression Replacement Training for Violent Young Men (Netherlands) Crime Prevention

Hornsveld, Ruud H. J., Floris W. Kraaimaat, Peter Muris, Almar J. Zwets, and Thijs Kanters. 2015. “Aggression Replacement Training for Violent Young Men in a Forensic Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(18):3174–3191.

Smeijers, D., E. Bulten, J. Buitelaar, and R.J. Verkes. 2018. “Treatment Responsivity of Aggressive Forensic Psychiatric Outpatients.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(12):3834–52.

Smeijers, D., E. Bulten, J. Buitelaar, and R.J. Verkes. 2018. “Associations Between Neurocognitive Characteristics, Treatment Outcome, and Dropout Among Aggressive Forensic Psychiatric Outpatients.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(12):3853–72.

AileyCamp Juvenile Justice

Beals-Erickson, Sarah E., and Michael C. Roberts. 2016. “Youth Development Program Participation and Changes in Help-Seeking Intentions.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(5):1634–1645.

Al-Anon (Iran) Drugs

Etemadi, Afsaneh, Mahdi Zarebahramabadi, and Roksana Mirkazemi. 2015. “Effect of Al-Anon Attendance on Family Function and Quality of Life in Women in Mashhad, Iran.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 41(5):442–48.

Alcohol Arrest Referral Drugs

Hopkins, Matt, and Paul Sparrow. 2006. "Sobering up: Arrest Referral and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Users in the Custody Suite." Criminology & Criminal Justice 6(4): 389-410.

Alcohol de Baas (Netherlands) Drugs

Postel, Marloes G., Elke D. ter Huurne, Hein A. de Haan, Job van der Palen, and Cor A. J. de Jong. 2015. “A 9-Month Follow-Up of a 3-Month Web-Based Alcohol Treatment Program Using Intensive Asynchronous Therapeutic Support.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 41(4):309–16.

Allegheny County (Pa.) Mental Health Court Courts

Falk, Kimberly C., and Stephanie Moravec. 2011. An Analysis of Allegheny County Mental Health Court. Pittsburgh, PA: Allegheny County Department of Human Services.

Office of Behavioral Health Justice Related Services Unit. 2009. Mental Health Court Report 2009. Pittsburgh, PA: Allegheny County Department of Human Services.

M. Susan Ridgely, John Engberg, Michael D. Greenberg, Susan Turner, Christine DeMartini, and Jacob W. Dembosky. 2007. Justice, Treatment, and Cost: An Evaluation of the Fiscal Impact of Allegheny County Mental Health Court. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND.

Allen County (Ind.) Reentry Court Courts

Pearson-Nelson, Benjamin. 2008. Reentry Court Program Evaluation. Fort Wayne, IN: Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

Alley-Gating in Cadoxton (South Wales, England) Crime Prevention

Rogers, Colin. 2007. "Alley-Gates: Theory and Practice-A Perspective From Urban South Wales." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 9: 179-200.

Alternative Sanctions for Drug Users (Belgium) Drugs

DeWree, Eveline, Lieven Pauwels, Charlotte Colman, and Brice DeRuyver. 2009. "Alternative Sanctions for Drug Users: Fruitless Efforts or Miracle Solution?" Crime Law and Social Change 52:513-25

AMBER Alert Juvenile Justice

Griffin, Timothy. 2010. "An Empirical Examination of AMBER Alert successes.'" Journal of Criminal Justice 38:1053-62.

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 2012. AMBER Alert Best Practices. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs.

Griffin, Timothy, Monica K. Miller, Jeffrey Hoppe, Amy Rebideaux, and Rachel Hammack. 2007. "A Preliminary Examination of AMBER Alert's Effects." Criminal Justice Policy Review 18(4):378-94.

Anchorage (Alaska) PACE (Probation Accountability with Certain Enforcement) Corrections

Carns, Teresa W., and Stephanie Martin. 2011. Anchorage PACE (Probation Accountability with Certain Enforcement): A Preliminary Evaluation of the Anchorage Pilot PACE Project. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Judicial Council.

Anger Management for Combat Veterans with PTSD Crime Prevention

Van Voorhees, Elizabeth E., Kirsten H. Dillon, Sarah M. Wilson, Paul A. Dennis, Lydia C. Neal, Alyssa M. Medenblik, Patrick S. Calhoun, Eric A. Dedert, Kelly Caron, Nivedita Chaudhry, Jeffrey D. White, Eric Elbogen, and Jean C. Beckham. 2019. “A Comparison of Group Anger Management Treatments for Combat Veterans With PTSD: Results From a Quasi-Experimental Trial.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260519873335

Anger Management Program for Women Inmates (Canada) Corrections

Eamon, Karen C., Michelle M. Munchua, and John R. Reddon. 2001. "Effectiveness of an Anger Management Program for Women Inmates." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 34(1):45-60.

Anger Management Training (Turkey) Juvenile Justice

Oz, F. Selda and Ferda Aysan. 2011. "The Effect of Anger Management Training on Anger Coping and Communication Skills of Adolescents." International Online Journal of Educational Sciences 3(1):343-69.

Anti-Burglary Project (West Yorkshire, England) Crime Prevention

Farrell, Graham, Sylvia Chenery, and Ken Pease. 1998. Consolidating Police Crackdowns: Findings from an Anti-Burglary Project. Police Research Series. London, England: Home Office, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Antibias Educational Intervention (Portugal) Juvenile Justice

Guerra, Rita, Margarida Rebelo, Maria B. Menteiro, and Samual L. Gaertner. 2013. "Translating Re-categorization Strategies into an Anti-bias Educational Intervention." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43:14-23.

APEX Program (England) Corrections

Soothill, Keith, Brian Francis, and Elizabeth Ackerley. 1997. "The Value of Finding Employment for White-Collar Ex-Offenders. A 20-Year Criminological Follow-up." British Journal of Criminology 37(4):582-92.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Crime Prevention

Gould, Madelyn, Wendi Cross, Anthony R. Pisani, Jimmie Lou Munfakh, and Marjorie Kleinman. 2013. “Impact of Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training on the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 43(6):676–91.

Aripiprazole Versus Risperidone for Treatment of Amphetamine-Induced Psychosis Drugs

Farnia, Vahid, Jalal Shakeri, Faezeh Tatari, Toraj Ahmadi Jubari, Katayoun Yazdchi, Hafez Bajoghli, Serge Brand, Nasrin Abdoli, and Abbas Aghaei. 2014. “Randomized Controlled Trial of Aripiprazole Versus Risperidone for the Treatment of Amphetamine-Induced Psychosis.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 40(1):10–15.

Arizona Juvenile Drug Court Juvenile Justice

Ruiz, Bridget S., Sally J. Stevens, Janet Fuhriman, John G. Bogart, and Josephine D. Korchmaros. 2009. "A Juvenile Drug Court Model in Southern Arizona: Substance Abuse, Delinquency, and Sexual Risk Outcomes by Gender and Race/Ethnicity." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 48:416-38.

Arts-In-Corrections (AIC) Corrections

Brewster, Larry. 2014. “The Impact of Prison Arts Programs on Inmate Attitudes and Behavior: A Quantitative Evaluation.” Justice Policy Journal 11(2):1–28.

Brewster, Larry. 2010. “A Qualitative Evaluation of the California Arts-In-Corrections Program.” Public and Nonprofit Administration 1. University of San Francisco Scholarship Repository.

Brewster, Larry. 1983. “An Evaluation of the Arts-In-Corrections Program of the California Department of Corrections.” Santa Cruz, Calif.: William James Association, California Department of Corrections.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) Crime Prevention

Bartholomew, Nicole R., Robert D. Morgan, Sean M. Mitchell, and Stephanie A. Van Horn. 2018. “Criminal Thinking, Psychiatric Symptoms, and Recovery Attitudes Among Community Mental Health Patients: An Examination of Program Placement.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 45(2): 95–213.

Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel (ARCCI) High School Rape Prevention Program Juvenile Justice

Moor, Avigail. 2011. "The Efficacy of a High School Rape Prevention Program in Israel." Violence and Victims 23(3):283-95.

At-Risk Units (ARUs) (New Zealand) Corrections

Harris, Alexis, and Elizabeth Stanley. 2018. “Exacerbating Risks and Diminishing Rights for At Risk Prisoners.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 18(5):515–32.

ATLAS (Achieving True Liberty and Success) Courts

Fiduccia, Chelsea E., and Richard Rogers. 2012. "Final-Stage Diversion: A Safety Net for Offenders With Mental Disorders." Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(4): 571-83.

Carmichael, Dottie, Miner P. Marchbanks III, Mary Kirven, Laura Klaversma, Mary Beth Durkin, and Tony Fabelo. 2010. Representing the Mentally Ill Offender: An Evaluation of Advocacy Alternatives. Austin, Tx.: Texas Task Force on Indigent Defense, Office of Court Administration.

Atomoxetine for Stimulant Addiction Drugs

Sofuoglu, Mehmet, Kevin Hill, and Thomas Kosten. 2009. "Atomoxetine Attenuates Dextroamphetamine Effects in Humans." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 35:412-16.

Levin, Frances R., John J. Mariani, Alex Secora, Daniel Brooks, Wendy Y. Cheng, Adam Bisaga, Edward Nunes, Efrat Aharonovich, Wilfrid Raby, and Grace Hennessy. 2009. "Atomoxetine Treatment for Cocaine Abuse and Adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): A Preliminary Open Trial." Journal of Dual Diagnoses 5(1):41-56.

Janak, Patricia H., Scott Bowers, and Laura H. Corbit. "Compound Stimulus Presentation and the Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor Atomoxetine Enhance Long-Term Extinction of Cocaine-Seeking Behavior." Neuropsychopharmacology 37:975-85.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Sexual Assault Reform Project (SARP) Victims

Anderson, Jessica, Kelly Richards, and Katie Willis. 2012. Evaluation of the ACT Sexual Assault Reform Program (SARP): Final Report. Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Victims of Crime Referral Project Victims

McGregor, Kiah Lauren Renshaw, and Hannah Andrevski. 2013. ACT Victims of Crime Referral Project: Final Report. Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Australian Cross-Border Justice Scheme Law Enforcement

Sarre, Rick, and Judy Putt. 2016. “The Australian Cross-Border Justice Scheme: An Evaluation of a Unique Policing Experiment.” Police Practice and Research 17(2):126–35.

Automated Victim Notification (AVN) Program Victims

Irazola, Seri, Erin Williamson, Emily Niedzwiecki, Sara Debus-Sherrill, and Julie Stricker. 2013. Evaluation of the Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification Program, Final Report. Fairfax, VA: ICF International.

AWARE Program for Domestic Violence Victims

Römkens, Renée. 2006. "Protecting Prosecution: Exploring The Powers of Law in an Intervention Program for Domestic Violence." Violence Against Women 12(2):160-86.

AWARE Program for Homeless Youth Drugs

Pedersen, Eric R., Brett A. Ewing, Elizabeth J. D’Amico, Jeremy N.V. Miles, Ann C. Haas, and Joan S. Tucker. 2018. “Predictors of Retention in an Alcohol and Risky Sex Prevention Program for Homeless Young Adults.” Prevention Science 29:459–67.

Back on Track (BOT) Courts

Rivers, Jacquelyn L., and Lenore Anderson. 2009. Back on Track: A Problem-Solving Reentry Court. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Baclofen for Relapse Prevention in Alcohol Dependence Drugs

Gupta, Manushree, Pankaj Verma, Rajesh Rastogi, Sheetal Arora, and Deeksha Elwadhi. 2017. “Randomized Open-Label Trial of Baclofen for Relapse Prevention in Alcohol Dependence.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 43(3):324–31.

Bacterial Cocaine Esterase to Treat Cocaine Addiction Drugs

Narasimhan, Diwahar, James H. Woods, and Roger K. Sunahara. 2012. "Bacterial Cocaine Esterase: A Protein-based Therapy for Cocaine Overdose and Addiction." Future Medicinal Chemistry 4(2):137-50.

Baltimore (Md.) Living Insurance for Ex-Offenders (LIFE) Program Corrections

Mallar, Charles D., and Craig Thornton. 1977. "Transitional Aid for Released Prisoners: Evidence From the Life Experiment." The Journal of Human Resources 13(2): 208-36.

Baltimore City's (Md.) Specialized Prostitution Diversion Program Victims

Shdaimah, Corey S. and Shelly A. Wiechelt. 2012. "Converging on Empathy: Perspectives on Baltimore City's Specialized Prostitution Diversion Program." Women & Criminal Justice 22:156-73.

Baltimore (Md.) Outward Bound Police Insight Program Juvenile Justice

Broaddus, Elena T., Kerry E. Scott, Lianne M. Gonsalves, Canada Parrish, Evelyn L. Rhodes, Samuel E. Donovan, and Peter J. Winch. 2013. "Building Connections Between Officers and Baltimore City Youth: Key Components of a Police-Youth Teambuilding Program." Journal of Juvenile Justice 3(1):48-62.

Banking Time for Preschoolers Juvenile Justice

Williford, Amanda P., Catherine Sanger Wolcott, Jessica Vick Whittaker, and Jennifer Locasale-Crouch. 2015. “Program and Teacher Characteristics Predicting the Implementation of Banking Time with Preschoolers Who Display Disruptive Behaviors.” Prevention Science 16(8):1054–1063.

Barron County (Wis.) Restorative Justice Programs Juvenile Justice

Lewis, Ted Gordon. 2011. "Barron County Restorative Justice Programs: A Partnership Model for Balancing Community and Government Resources for Juvenile Justice Services." Journal of Juvenile Justice 1(1):17-32

Baton Rouge (LA) Partnership for the Prevention of Juvenile Juvenile Justice

Sheppard, David, Heath Grant, Wendy Rowe, and Nancy Jacobs. 2000. Fighting Juvenile Gun Violence. OJJDP Juvenile Justice Bulletin. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Lizotte, Alan and David Sheppard. 2001. Gun Use by Male Juveniles: Research and Prevention. OJJDP Juvenile Justice Bulletin. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Batterer Intervention Program Across Three Sites Courts

Jones, Alison Snow, Ralph B. D'Agostino Jr., Edward W. Gondolf, and Alex Heckert. 2004. "Assessing the Effect of Batterer Program Completion on Reassault Using Propensity Scores." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 19:1002-20.

Batterer Intervention Program for Veterans Courts

Craig, Mary E., James Robyak, Elaine J. Torosian, and John Hummer. 2006. "A Study of Male Veterans' Beliefs Toward Domestic Violence in a Batterers Intervention Program." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 21(9):1111-28.

Batterer's Intervention Program in Correctional Setting (Calif.) Corrections

Yorke, Nada J., Bruce D. Friedman, and Pat Hurt. 2010. "Implementing a Batterer's Intervention Program in a Correctional Setting: A Tertiary Prevention Model." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 49:456-78.

Batterer Intervention vs. Restorative Justice Courts

Mills, Linda G., Briana Barocas, and Barak Ariel. 2013. “The Next Generation of a Court-Mandated Domestic Violence Treatment: A Comparison Study of Batterer Intervention and Restorative Justice Programs.” Journal of Experimental Criminology 9(1):65–90.

Be Safe Program (Sri Lanka) Juvenile Justice

Lam, Steven, Christine Zwart, Inem Chahal, David Lane, and Harry Cummings. 2018. “Preventing Violence Against Children in Schools: Contributions from the Be Safe Program in Sri Lanka.” Child Abuse & Neglect 76:129–37.

Becoming a Responsible Teen Juvenile Justice

Carmona, Jasmin, Natasha Slesnick, Xiamei Guo, and Amber Letcher. 2014. “Reducing High Risk Behaviors Among Street Living Youth: Outcomes of an Integrated Prevention Intervention.” Children and Youth Services Review 43:118–23.

Behavioral and Pharmacological Therapies for Children Juvenile Justice

Helseth, S.A., D.A. Waschbusch, E.M. Gnagy, A. N. Onyango, L. Burrows-Maclean, G.A. Fabiano, E. K. Coles, A. Chacko, B.T. Wymbs, K.S. Walker, F.A. Wymbs, A. Garefino, G.M. Massetti, J. R. Mazzant, M.T. Hoffman, J.G. Waxmonsky, K. Nochols-Lopez, W.E. Pelham, and A. M. Nezu. 2015. “Effects of Behavioral and Pharmacological Therapies on Peer Reinforcement of Deviancy in Children With ADHD-Only, ADHD and Conduct Problems, and Controls.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(2):280–92.

Behavioral Treatment + Naltrexone (Republic of Georgia) Drugs

Kirtadze, Irma, David Otiashvili, Kevin E. O’Grady, and Hendrée E. Jones. 2012. "Behavioral Treatment + Naltrexone Reduces Drug Use and Legal Problems in the Republic of Georgia." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 38:171–75.

Nunes, Edward V., Jami L. Rothenberg, Maria A. Sullivan, Kenneth M. Carpenter, and Herbert D. Kleber. 2006. "Behavioral Therapy to Augment Oral Naltrexone for Opioid Dependence: A Ceiling on Effectiveness?" American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 32:503–17.

Church, Sarah H., Jami L. Rothenberg, Maria A. Sullivan, Greg Bornstein, and Edward V. Nunes. 2001. "Concurrent Substance Use and Outcome in Combined Behavioral and Naltrexone Therapy for Opiate Dependence." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 27(3):441–52.

Belgian Youth Justice Act (2006) Juvenile Justice

Put, Johan, Inge Vanfraechem, and Lode Walgrave. 2012. "Restorative Dimensions in Belgian Youth Justice." Youth Justice 12(2):83-100.

Benton and Franklin Counties Adult Drug Court (BFADC) Courts

Lutze, F.E., and J. van Wormer. 2014. “The Reality of Practicing the Ten Key Components in Adult Drug Court.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 53(5):351–83.

Bernalillo County (N.M.) Metropolitan DWI/Drug Court Courts

Guerin, Paul, and Wayne J. Pitts. 2002. Evaluation of the Bernalillo County Metropolitan DWI/Drug Court: Final Report. Albuquerque, N.M.: The University of New Mexico, Institute for Social Research, Center for Applied Research and Analysis.

Blackfeet Alternative Restorative Justice Courts

Gottlieb, Karen. 2005. Process and Outcome Evaluations of the Blackfeet Alternative Court. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Blue Nile Rites of Passage (BNROP) Juvenile Justice

Irwin, Darrell D. 2002. "Alternatives to Delinquency in Harlem: A Study of Faith-based Community Mentoring." The Justice Professional 15(2):29-36.

Boston (Mass.) Offender Needs Delivery (BOND) Project Corrections

Salem, L., E. Reichert, J. Siegfriedt, T. Hall, and S.W. Hartwell. 2018. “Boston Offender Needs Delivery Project.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(11):3485–98.

Breaking the Cycle (Birmingham, AL) Drugs

Harrell, A., O. Mitchell, A. Hirst, D. Marlowe, and J. Merrill 2002. "Breaking the Cycle of Drugs and Crime: Findings from the Birmingham BTC Demonstration." Criminology & Public Policy 1: 189–216.

Brief Danger Assessment Prevention Intervention (BDAPI) Victims

Parker, Elizabeth M., Andrea C. Gielen, Renan Castillo, and Daniel Webster. 2015. “Safety Strategy Use Among Women Seeking Temporary Protective Orders: The Relationship Between Violence Experienced, Strategy Effectiveness, and Risk Perception.” Violence and Victims 30(4):615–35.

Brief Exposure-Based Group Treatment with Incarcerated Women Corrections

Karlsson, Marie E, Melissa J. Zielinski, and Ana J. Bridges. 2015. “Expanding Research on a Brief Exposure-Based Group Treatment with Incarcerated Women.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 54(8):599–617.

Brief Inpatient Opioid Detoxification Drugs

Chutuape, Mary Ann, Donald R. Jasinski, Michael I. Fingerhood, and Maxine L. Stitzer. 2001. "One-, Three-, and Six-Month Outcomes After a Brief Inpatient Opioid Detoxification." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 27(1):19-44.

Brief Motivational Enhancement Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence in Alcohol Treatment Setting Crime Prevention

Schumacher, Julie A., Scott F. Coffey, Paul R. Stasiewicz, Christopher M. Murphy, Kenneth E. Leonard, and William Fals-Stewart. 2011. “Development of a Brief Motivational Enhancement Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence in Alcohol Treatment Settings.” Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 20:103–27.

Brief Motivational Interview (BMI) for Substance-Using Offenders in a Pretrial Diversion Program Corrections

Swogger, M.T., K.R. Conner, N. Trabold, M.N. Parkhurst, L.M. Prothero, and S.A. Maisto. 2016. “Test of Core Psychopathic Traits as a Moderator of the Efficacy of a Brief Motivational Intervention for Substance-Using Offenders.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 84(3):248–58.

Broward County (Fla.) Drug Court Courts

Senjo, J. D. Scott. 2001. "Drug Court Implementation: An Empirical Assessment of Court Procedure on Offender Program Completion." The Justice Professional 14:239-67.

Brownsville (N.Y.) Anti-Violence Project Law Enforcement

Picard-Fritsche, Sarah, Rachel Swaner, and Suvi Hynynen Lambson. 2014. Deterrence and Legitimacy in Brownsville,Brooklyn: A Process Evaluation of the Brownsville Anti-Violence Project. New York, NY: Center for Court Innovation.

Buffalo (N.Y.) Veterans Treatment Court Courts

Washousky, Richard, David Washousky, Shari Greenwood, and Tracey Taylor. 2012. Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court: Enhancement, Expansion, and Evaluation. Clarence, N.Y.: Recovery Solutions. BJA Sponsored.

Building Safer Communities (Scotland) Crime Prevention

Bannister Jon, Rob Croudace, Jon Pickering, and Clair Lightowler. 2011. “Building Safer Communities: Knowledge Mobilisation and Community Safety in Scotland.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13(4):232–45.

Bulli and Pupe Juvenile Justice

Baldry, Anna, and David Farrington. 2004. "Evaluation of an Intervention Program for the Reduction of Bullying and Victimization in Schools." Aggressive Behavior 30:1-15.

Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support (Ore.) Juvenile Justice

Ross, Scott W., and Robert H. Horner. 2009. "Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 42:747-59.

Bullying Prevention Program (Korea) Juvenile Justice

Kim, Jong-Un. 2006. " The Effect of a Bullying Prevention Program on Responsibility and Victimization of Bullied Children in Korea." International Journal of Reality Therapy 26(1):4–8.

Burglary Prevention Program "Super Cocooning" (Manchester, England) Crime Prevention

Pegram, R., G.C. Barnes, M. Slothower, and Heather Strang. 2018. “Implementing a Burglary Prevention Program with Evidence-Based Tracking: A Case Study.” Cambridge Journal of Evidence Based Policing 2:181–91.

Burglary Reduction (Hartlepool, England) Crime Prevention

Sturgeon–Adams, Louise, Sue Adamson, and Norman Davidson. 2005. Hartlepool: A Case Study in Burglary Reduction. Hull, England: Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Hull.

Hough, Mike, Ian Hearnden, Andrew Millie, Carol Hedderman, Niall Hamilton–Smith, and Jane Willis. 2004. “The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery.” In Niall Hamilton–Smith (ed.). Home Office Research Study 287. London, England: Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Business Crime Direct Crime Prevention

Douglass, John P., Kate J. Bowers, Chris Yung, and Louise Clare. 2003. "If You Don't Call Us, We'll Call You: The Experiences of Business Crime Direct." Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, 5:25-37.

Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving Campaign Crime Prevention

Flexon, Jamie L., and Rob T. Guerette. 2009. "Differential Effects of an Offender-focused Crime Prevention Media Campaign." Journal of Criminal Justice 37:608-16.

The Advertising Council, Inc. "Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving: Drunk Driving Prevention Campaign Case Study." Washington, D.C.: The Advertising Council, Inc.

California Domestic Violence Court Courts

Petrucci, Carrie J. 2010. "A Descriptive Study of a California Domestic Violence Court: Program Completion and Recidivism." Victim and Offenders 5:130-60.

California Drug Courts Courts

Byrne, Francine, Richard Schauffler, Lisa Lightman, Michael Finigan, and Shannon Carey. 2004. “California Drug Courts: A Methodology for Determining Costs and Avoided Costs.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 2:147–56.

Carey, Shannon M., Michael Finigan, Dave Crumpton, and Mark Waller. 2006. “California Drug Courts: Outcomes, Costs and Promising Practices: An Overview of Phase II in a Statewide Study.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 3:345–56.

California Healthy Kids Juvenile Justice

Gilreath, Tamika D., Ron Astor, Joey Estrada Jr., Rami Benbenishty, Jennifer Unger. 2014. "School Victimization and Substance Use Among Adolescents in California." Prevention Science 15:897–906.

Camden Community Safety Partnership (London, England) Crime Prevention

Young, Tara, Simon Hallsworth, Emma Jackson, and Jim Lindsey. 2006. Crime Displacement in King's Cross. A report for Camden Community Safety Partnership. London, England:, London Metropolitan University, The Centre for Social and Evaluation Research.

CARE Project Victims

Whitaker, Daniel J., Charlence K. Becker, Carter Pratt, Elizabeth Reed, Conia Suri, Carlene Pavols, Beth Jacklin Nagy, and Jay Silverman. 2007. "A Network Model for Providing Competent Services for Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence." Violence Against Women 13(2):190-209.

Career and Technical Education Program (Va.) Corrections

Kamalludeen, Rosemaliza Mohd. N/d. Career and Technical Program's Influences on Post-Release Outcomes for Offenders in Virginia. Unpublished Document. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech.

Career Beginnings Juvenile Justice

Cave, George, and Janet Quint. 1990. Career Beginnings Impact Evaluation: Findings from a Program for Disadvantaged High School Students. New York, N.Y.: Manpower Research Demonstration Corporation (MDRC).

Caring Dads Victims

Katreena L. Scott, and Vicky Lishak. 2012. "Intervention for Maltreating Fathers: Statistically and Clinically Significant Change." Child Abuse & Neglect 36:680-84.

CASEL Guide for Schoolwide Social and Emotional Learning Juvenile Justice

Meyers, Duncan C., Celene E. Domitrovich, Rawan Dissi, Jordan Trejo, and Mark T. Greenberg. 2019. “Supporting Systemic Social and Emotional Learning With a Schoolwide Implementation Model.” Evaluation and Program Planning 73:53–61.

CCTV in Cairns (Australia) Crime Prevention

Pointing, E. Shane, Charmaine S. Hayes-Jonkers, and Alan R. Clough. 2012. “The Cairns Model: Evaluating the Context of an Open-Space, Closed Circuit Television System in an Urban Centre in Tropical Australia.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14(2):104–21.

CCTV (France) Crime Prevention

Mucchielli, Laurent. 2011. “CCTV: The French Controversy.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13:294–98.

CCTV in Brighton (England) Crime Prevention

Squires, Peter. 2003. An Independent Evaluation of the Installation of CCTV Cameras for Crime Prevention in the Whitehawk Estate, Brighton. Brighton, UK: University of Brighton, Health and Social Policy Research Centre.

CCTV in Jail Housing Crime Prevention

Debus-Sherrill, Sara A., Nancy G. La Vigne, and P. Mitchell Downey. 2017. “CCTV in Jail Housing: An Evaluation of Technology-Enhanced Supervision.” Security Journal 30(2):367–84.

CETA Corrections

Anderson, Dennis B., and Randall E. Schumacker. 1986. "Assessment of Job Training Program." Journal of Offender Counseling, Services & Rehabilitation 10(4):41-48.

Challenge Project (London, England) Corrections

Craissati, Jackie, and Rachel Blundell. 2013. "A Community Service for High Risk Mentally Disordered Sexual Offenders: A Follow-Up Study." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(6):1178-200

Changing Lives and Changing Outcomes Corrections

Morgan, Robert D., Daryl G. Kroner, Jeremy F. Mills, Rebecca L. Bauer, and Catherine Serna. 2014. “Treating Justice Involved Persons With Mental Illness: Preliminary Evaluation of a Comprehensive Treatment Program.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 41(7):902–16.

Charging Nontransfer Juveniles as Adults (Illinois) Juvenile Justice

Loeffler, Charles E., and Ben Grunwald. 2015. “Processed as an Adult: A Regression Discontinuity Estimate of the Crime Effects of Charging Nontransfer Juveniles as Adults.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52(6):890–922.

Changing Ways (Ontario, Canada) Corrections

Scott, Katreena, Colin King, Holly McGinn, and Narges Hosseini. 2013. "The (Dubious?) Benefits of Second Chances in Batterer Intervention Programs." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(8): 1657-71

Chester High School Youth Court (Chester, Pa.) Juvenile Justice

Hirschinger-Blank, Nancy, Lori Simons, Gregory L. Volz, Raymond Thompson, Laura Finely, and Joseph Cleary. 2009. "A Pilot Assessment of a School-Based Youth Court in a Resource-Poor African-American Urban School District: Lessons Learned From Youth Court Volunteers." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 60(2):31-47.

Chicago (Ill.) Quality Interaction Training Program Law Enforcement

Shuck, Amie M., and Dennis Rosenbaum. 2011. The Chicago Quality Interaction Training Program: A Randomized Control Trial of Police Innovation. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Rosenbaum, Dennis P., and Daniel S. Lawrence. 2017. “Teaching Procedural Justice and Communication Skills During Police-Community Encounters: Results of a Randomized Control Trial With Police Recruits.” Journal of Experimental Criminology 13:293–319.

Chicago (Ill.) Camera Network on Crime Crime Prevention

Shah, Rajiv, and Jeremy Braithwaite. 2013. "Spread Too Thin: Analyzing the Effectiveness of the Chicago Camera Network on Crime." Police Practice and Research 14(5):415-27.

Chicago (Ill.) Urban Resiliency Building (CURB) Juvenile Justice

Saulsberry, Alexandria, Marya E. Corden, Karen Taylor-Crawford, Theodore J. Crawford, Mary Johnson, Jennifer Froemel, Ashley Walls, Joshua Fogel, Monika Marko-Holguin, and Benjamin W. Van Voorhees. 2013. "Chicago Urban Resiliency Building (CURB): An Internet-Based Depression-Prevention Intervention for Urban African-American and Latino Adolescents." Journal of Child and Family Studies 22:150-60.

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (Israel) Victims

David, P., and M. Schiff. 2015. “Learning from Bottom-Up Dissemination: Importing an Evidence-Based Trauma Intervention for Infants and Young Children to Israel.” Evaluation and Program Planning 53:18–24.

Child Abuse and Neglect Institute (CANI) Juvenile Justice

Sicafuse, Lorie L., Steve M. Wood, Alicia Summers, and Alicia DeVault. 2015. “Evaluating the Child Abuse and Neglect Institute: Does Training Affect Decision-Making?” Juvenile and Family Court Journal 66(1):1–14.

Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) Juvenile Justice

Hodges, Kay, and Maria M. Wong. 1997. “Use of the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale to Predict Service Utilization and Cost.” Journal of Mental Health Administration 24(3): 278–90.

Hodges, Kay, and Maria M. Wong. 1996. “Psychometric Characteristics of a Multidimensional Measure to Assess Impairment: The Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 5(4):445–67.

Hodges, Kay, and Cheong-Seok Kim. 2000. “Psychometric Study of the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale: Prediction of Contact With the Law and Poor School Attendance.” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 28(3):287–97.

Hodges, Kay, Anne Doucette-Gates, and Cheong-Seok Kim. 2000. “Predicting Service Utilization With the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale in a Sample of Youths With Serious Emotional Disturbance Served by Center for Mental Health Services-Funded Demonstrations.” The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research 27(1):47–59.

Hodges, Kay, Ann Doucette-Gates, and Qinghong Liao. 1999. “The Relationship Between the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and Indicators of Functioning.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 8(1):109–22.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service Intervention (CAMHSI) Juvenile Justice

Pernebo, Karin, Mats Fridell, and Kjerstin Almqvist. 2019. “Reduced Psychiatric Symptoms at 6 and 12 Months’ Follow-Up of Psychotherapeutic and Psychoeducative Group Interventions for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.” Child Abuse & Neglect 93:228–38.

Child Development Community Policing Program Juvenile Justice

Hapraz-Rotem, Ilan, Robert A. Murphy, Steven Berkowitz, Steven Marans, and Robert A. Rosenheck. 2007. "Clinical Epidemiology of Urban Violence: Responding to Children Exposed to Violence in Ten Communities." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 22(11):1479-90.

Child Sex Offender Review (CSOR) Public Disclosure Pilots Victims

Kemshall, Hazel, Jason Wood, Sue Westwood, Brian Stout, Bernadette Wilkinson, Gill Kelly, and Gill Mackenzie. 2010. Child Sex Offender Review (CSOR) Public Disclosure Pilots: A Process Evaluation- 2nd Edition. London, England: Home Office, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Children Are People, Too (CAP) Juvenile Justice

Dore, Martha, Lani Nelson-Zlupko, and Eda Kaufmann. 1999. "'Friends in Need': Designing and Implementing a Psycho-educational Group for School Children from Drug-Involved Families." Social Work 44(2):179-90.

Children at Risk (CAR) Program Juvenile Justice

Hay, Carter, Ryan Meldrum, Walter Forrest, and Emily Ciaravolo. 2010. “Stability and Change in Risk Seeking: Investigating the Effects of an Intervention Program.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 8(2):91–106.

Harrell, Adele, Shannon Cavanagh, and Sanjeev Sridharan. 1999. “Evaluation of the Children at Risk Program: Results 1 Year After the End of the Program.” National Institute of Justice Research in Brief. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Hay, Carter, Brian Stults, and Emily Restivo. 2012. “Suppressing the Harmful Effects of Key Risk Factors: Results from the Children at Risk Experimental Intervention.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 39:1088–1106.

Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) Juvenile Justice

Latessa, Edward, Brian Lovins, and Beth Ellefson. 2007. Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle, Annual Report Fiscal Year 2007. Cincinnati, Ohio:. University of Cincinnati, Division of Criminal Justice, Center for Criminal Justice Research.

Latessa, Edward, Brian Lovins, and Beth Ellefson. 2009. Lucas County TASC Returning Home Project, FY 2009 Annual Report. Cincinnati, Ohio: Center for Criminal Justice Research.

Children’s Enhancement Project Juvenile Justice

Mendenhall, Amy N., and Susan Frauenholtz. 2014. “System of Care Development in Children’s Mental Health: Lessons Learned from a Process Evaluation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 23:157–68.

Children’s Mental Health Initiative Systems of Care (SOC) Juvenile Justice

Green, Jennifer Greif, Ziming Xuan, Lana Kwong, Kimberly Hoagwood, and Philip J. Leaf. 2016. “School Referral Patterns Among Adolescents with Serious Emotional Disturbance Enrolled in Systems of Care.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(1):290–98.

Children's Services in a Northern California Nonprofit Community Agency Juvenile Justice

Huffman, Lynne, Cheryl Koopman, Christine Blasey, Luba Botcheva, Kirsten E. Hill, Amy S. K. Marks, Irene McNee, Mary Nichols, and Jennifer Dyer-Friedman. "A Program Evaluation Strategy in a Community-Based Behavioral Health and Education Services Agency for Children and Families." The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 38(2):191-215.

Chittenden County (Vt.) Mental Health Court Courts

Wicklund, Peter, Patty Breneman, and Tim Halvorsen. 2013. Chittenden County Mental Health Court Outcome Evaluation: Final Report. Northfield Falls, VT.: The Vermont Center for Justice Research.

Choices (St. Louis County, Mo.) Corrections

Linhorst, Donald M., P. Ann Dirks-Linhorst, and Ralph Groom. 2012. "Rearrest and Probation Violate Outcomes Among Probationers Participating in a Jail-Based Substance-Abuse Treatment Used as an Intermediate Sanction." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51(8):519-40.

Circle of Security-Parenting Juvenile Justice

Angela N. Maupin, Emily E. Samuel, Susan M. Nappi, Jennifer M. Heath, and Megan V. Smith. “Disseminating a Parenting Intervention in the Community: Experiences from a Multi-Site Evaluation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:3079–3092.

Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA) Corrections

Elliott, Ian A., Gary Zajac, and Courtney A. Meyer. 2013. Evaluability Assessments of the Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA) Model, Cross-Site Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Citalopram with Behavioral Therapy for Cocaine Dependence Drugs

Moeller, F. Gerard, Joy M. Schmitz, Joel L. Steinberg, Charles M. Green, Christopher Reist, Lingo Y. Lai, Alan C. Swann, and John Grabowski. 2007. “Citalopram Combined with Behavioral Therapy Reduces Cocaine Use: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33:367–78.

Civil Commitment on Sexual Reoffending (Minnesota) Corrections

Duwe, Grant. 2014. “To What Extent Does Civil Commitment Reduce Sexual Recidivism? Estimating the Selective Incapacitation Effects in Minnesota.” Journal of Criminal Justice 42:193–202.

Civil Legal Services for Battered Women (Iowa Legal Aid) Corrections

Civil Legal Services for Battered Women (Iowa Legal Aid) Corrections: Ed Latessa Hartley, Carolyn Copps, and Lynette M. Renner. 2016. “The Longer-Term Influence of Civil Legal Services on Battered Women.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Clackamas County (Ore.) Juvenile Drug Court Juvenile Justice

Carey, Shannon M., Theresa Herrera Allen, Tamara Perkins, and Mark S. Waller. 2013. "A Detailed Cost Evaluation of a Juvenile Drug Court that Follows the Juvenile Drug Court Model (16 Strategies)." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 64(4):1-20.

Carey, Shannon M. 2004. Clackamas County Juvenile Drug Court Outcome Evaluation: Final Report. Portland, OR: NPC Research.

Carey, Shannon M., Judy Weller, and Becky Roth. 2003. Clackamas County Juvenile Drug Court Process Evaluation: Final Report. Portland, OR: NPC Research.

Clare's Law (England and Wales) Victims

Fitz-Gibbon, Kate, and Sandra Walklate. 2017. “The Efficacy of Clare’s Law in Domestic Violence Law Reform in England and Wales.” Criminology and Criminal Justice 17(3):284–300.

Clark County (Wash.) Mentally-Ill Rearrest Prevention (MIRAP) Program Corrections

Herinckx, Heidi, Sandra Swart, Shane Ama, and John Knutson. 2003. The Clark County Mentally Ill Re-arrest Prevention (MIRAP) Program: Final Evaluation Report. Portland, OR.: Portland State University, Regional Research Institute for Human Services.

Classroom Check Up Juvenile Justice

Reinke, Wendy, Teri Lewis-Palmer, and Kenneth Merrell. 2008. "The Classroom Check-Up: A Classwide Teacher Consultation Model for Increasing Praise and Decreasing Disruptive Behavior." School Psychology Review 37(3):315–32.

Clean Car Program (N.Y.) Crime Prevention

Sloan-Howitt, Maryalice, and George Kelling. 1990. "Subway Graffiti in New York City: 'Getting up' vs 'Meanin It and Cleanin It'." Security Journal 1(3):131-36.

Clean Lifestyle is Freedom Forever Therapeutic Community (CLIFF-TC) Corrections

Rowan-Szal, Grace, George Joe, D. Simpson, Jack Greener, and Jerry Vance. 2009. "During-Treatment Outcomes Among Female Methamphetamine-Using Offenders in Prison-Based Treatments." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 48(5):388-401.

Clean-up Operations (UK) Crime Prevention

Brown, Rick, and Emily Evans. 2012. “When Intervention is a Load of Rubbish: Evaluating the Impact of ‘Clean-up’ Operations.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14(1):33–47.

Clinician-Assisted Emotional Disclosure (CAED) Victims

Anderson, Timothy, Jennifer Fende Guajardo, Rohini Luthra, and Katie M. Edwards. 2010 “Effects of Clinician-Assisted Emotional Disclosure for Sexual Assault Survivors: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25(6):1113–1131.

Coaching Boys into Men Juvenile Justice

Miller, Elizabeth, Daniel J. Tancredi, Heather L. McCauley, Michele R. Decker, Maria Catrina D. Virata, Heather A. Anderson, Brian O’Connor, Jay G. Silverman. 2013. "One-Year Follow-Up of a Coach-Delivered Dating Violence Prevention Program: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 45(1):108–12.

Jaime, Maria C.D., Heather L. McCauley, Daniel J. Tnacredi, Jasmine Nattiksimmons, Michele R. Decker, Jay G. Silverman, Brian O'Connor, Nicholas Stetkevich, and Elizabeth Miller. 2015. "Athletic Coaches as Violence Prevention Advocates." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(7):1090-1111.

Jaime, Maria Catrina D., Heather L. McCauley, Daniel J. Tancredi, Michele R. Decker, Jay G. Silverman, Brian O’Connor, and Elizabeth Miller. 2018 "Implementing a Coach-Delivered Dating Violence Prevention Program with High School Athletes." Prevention Science 19:1113-22.

Cocaethylene to Treat Cocaine Dependence Drugs

Baker, Jennifer, Peter Jatlow, Patricia Pade, Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, and Elinore F. McCance-Katz. 2007. "Acute Cocaine Responses Following Cocaethylene Infusion." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33:619-25.

Cocaine Hydrolase Gene Therapy for Cocaine Abuse Drugs

Brimijoin, Stephen, and Yang Gao. 2012. "Cocaine hydrolase gene therapy for cocaine abuse." Future Medicinal Chemistry 4(3):151-62.

Gao, Yang, and Stephen Brimijoin. 2009. "Lasting Reduction of Cocaine Action in Neostriatum- A Hydrolase Gene Therapy Approach." The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 330:449-57.

Cocaine-Specific Coping Skills Training Drugs

Monti, Peter M., Damaris Rohsenow, Elizabeth Michaelc, Rosemarie Martin, and David Abrams. 1997. "Brief Coping Skills Treatment for Cocaine Abuse: Substance Use Outcomes at Three Months." Addiction 92(12):1717-28.

Rohesenow, Damaris J., Peter Monto, Rosemarei Martin, Elizabeth Michalec, and David Abrams. 2000. "Brief Coping Skills Treatment for Cocaine Abuse: 12-Month Substance Use Outcomes." Journal of Counseling and Clinical Psychology 68(3):515-20.

Rohsenow, Damaris J., Peter Monti, Rosemarie Martin, Suzanna Colby, Mark Myers, Suzy Gulliver, Richard Brown, Timothy Mueller, Alan Gordon, and David Abrams. 2004. "Motivational Enhancement and Coping Skills Training for Cocaine Abusers: Effects on Substance Use Outcomes." Addiction 99: 862-74.

Coerced Drug Treatment for Women Drugs

Longinaker, Nyaradzo, and Mishka Terplan. 2014. “Effect of Criminal Justice Mandate on Drug Treatment Completion in Women.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 40(3):192–99.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Anger Crime Prevention

McIntyre, Kathleen M., Jacqueline A. Mogle, Jennifer M. Scodes, Martina Pavlicova, Peter A. Shapiro, Ethan E. Gorenstein, Felice A. Tager, Catherine Monk, David M. Almeida, and Richard P. Sloan. 2019. “Anger-Reduction Treatment Reduces Negative Affect Reactivity to Daily Stressors.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 87(2):141–50.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Recent-Onset Psychosis Crime Prevention

Pos, Karin, Nathalie Franke, Filip Smit, Ben F. M. Wijnen, Anton B.P. Staring, Mark Van der Gaag, Carin Meijer, Lieuwe de Haan, Eva Velthorst, and Frederike Schirmbeck. 2019. “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Activation in Recent-Onset Psychosis: Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 87(2):151–60.

Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program for Sex Offenders (CBTP-SO) Corrections

Kim, Jeong-Hyun, Sang Sub Chou, Moon Sung Rhee, Sun Bum Kim, Ji Sook Joung, and Eun Hye Kim. 2012. "Effect of Sex Offenders Treatment Program on Cognitive and Emotional Characteristics of Mentally Ill Sex Offenders." Journal of Forensic Sciences 57(6):1608-13.

Cognitive-Behavioral Group Adolescent Depression Prevention Program Juvenile Justice

Rohde, Paul, Eric Stice, Heather Shaw, and Jeff M. Gau. 2015. “Effectiveness Trial of an Indicated Cognitive–Behavioral Group Adolescent Depression Prevention Program Versus Bibliotherapy and Brochure Control at 1- and 2-Year Follow-Up.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(4):736–47.

Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) plus Family Treatment Juvenile Justice

Santiago, Catherine DeCarlo, Sheryl H. Kataoka, Maria Hu-Cordova, Karla Alvarado-Goldberg, Lauren M. Maher, and Pia Escudero. 2015. “Preliminary Evaluation of a Family Treatment Component to Augment a School-Based Intervention Serving Low-Income Families.” Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 23(1):28–39.

Cognitive-Behavioral Programming at a Correctional Facility (Northeastern State) Corrections

Strah, Beck M., Natasha A. Frost, Jacob I. Stowell, and Sema A. Taheri. 2017. “Cognitive-Behavioral Programming and the Value of Failed Interventions: A Propensity Score Evaluation.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 57(1):22–46.

Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy for Battered Women (Spain) Victims

Echeburua, Enrique, Belen Sarasua, and Irene Zubizarreta. 2014. “Individual Versus Individual and Group Therapy Regarding a Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Battered Women in a Community Setting.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(10):1783–1801.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Intervention (England) Juvenile Justice

Squires, Garry, and Katie Caddick. 2012. "Using Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Intervention in School Settings With Pupils Who Have Externalizing Behavioural Difficulties: An Unexpected Result." Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties 17(1):25-45.

Cognitive Housing Approach: New Goals Environment (CHANGE) Corrections

Hogan, Nancy L., Eric G. Lambert, and Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa. 2012. "Evaluation of CHANGE, an Involuntary Cognitive Program for High-Risk Inmates." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51:370-88.

Cognitive Restructuring and Imagery Modification for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Victims

Steil, Regina, Kerstin Jung, and Ulrich Stangier. 2011. "Efficacy of a Two-Session Program of Cognitive Restructuring and Imagery Modification to Reduce the Feeling of Being Contaminated in Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Pilot Study." Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 42:325-29.

Cognitive Therapy for Depression Crime Prevention

Schmidt, Iony D., Benjamin J. Pfeifer, and Daniel R. Strunk. 2019. “Putting the ‘Cognitive’ Back in Cognitive Therapy: Sustained Cognitive Change as a Mediator of In-Session Insights and Depressive Symptom Improvement.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 87(5): 446–56.

Cognitive Training and Response Cost Procedures Juvenile Justice

Forman, Susan G. 1980. "A Comparison of Cognitive Training and Response Cost Procedures in Modifying Aggressive Behavior of Elementary School Children." Behavior Therapy 11:594–600.

Cognitive-Behavioral Training Program for Behaviorally Disordered Adolescents Juvenile Justice

Etscheidt, Susan. 1991. "Reducing Aggressive Behavior and Improving Self-Control: A Cognitive-Behavioral Training Program for Behaviorally Disordered Adolescents." Behavioral Disorders 16(2): 107–115.

Cognitive Trauma Therapy for IPV Survivors Victims

Allard, Carolyn B., Sonya B. Norman, Steven R. Thorp, Kendall C. Browne, and Murray B. Stein. 2018. “Mid-Treatment Reduction in Trauma-Related Guilt Predicts PTSD and Functioning Following Cognitive Trauma Therapy for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 33(23):3610–3629.

Collaboration in Sexual Assault Prevention Victims

Shapiro, Deborah L., and Alicia Rinaldi. 2001. "Achieving Successful Collaboration in the Evaluation of Sexual Assault Prevention Programs." Violence Against Women 7(10):1186-201.

Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) Juvenile Justice

Booker, Jordan A., Thomas H. Ollendick, Julie C. Dunsmore, and Ross W. Greene. 2016. “Perceived Parent–Child Relations, Conduct Problems, and Clinical Improvement Following the Treatment of Oppositional Defiant Disorder.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(5):1623–1633.

Color it Real: An HIV and Substance Abuse Program for Young Adults Juvenile Justice

Morehouse School of Medicine. 2014. Color it Real Program: An HIV and Substance Abuse Prevention Program for Young Adults. Annual Evaluation Report October 2011–September 2013. Atlanta, Ga.: Morehouse School of Medicine, Prevention Research Center, Evaluation Unit.

Zellner, Tiffany, Jennie Trotter, Shelia Lenoir, Kelvin Walston, L’dia Men-Na’a, Tabia Henry-Akintobi, and Assia Miller. 2015. “Color It Real: A Program to Increase Condom Use and Reduce Substance Abuse and Perceived Stress.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13(51):1–11.

Colorado Integrated System of Care Family Advocacy Juvenile Justice

Cataldo, Kerry, and Kevin Ford. 2010. Evaluation of the Colorado Integrated System of Care Family Advocacy Demonstration Programs for Mental Health Juvenile Justice Populations, Interim Report. Denver, Colo.: Office of Research Statistics, Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Public Safety.

Cataldo, Kerry, and Kevin Ford. 2010. Evaluation of the Colordo Integrated System of Care Family Advocacy Demonstration Programs for Mental health Juvenile Justice Populations, Final Report. Denver, Colo.: Office of Research Statistics, Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Public Safety.

Combination Bupropion and Bromocriptine for Cocaine Dependence Drugs

Montoya, Ivan D., Kenzie L. Preston, Richard Rothman, and David A. Gorelick. 2002. "Open-Label Pilot Study of Bupronpion Plus Bromocriptine for Treatment of Cocaine Dependence." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 28(1):189-96.

Combined Behavioral Intervention (CBI) and the Craving Intervention Drugs

Witkiewitz, Katie, Sarah Bowen, and Dennis M. Donovan. 2011. "Moderating Effects of a Craving Intervention on the Relation Between Negative Mood Heavy Drinking Following Treatment for Alcohol Dependence." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 79(1):54-63.

Combining Contingency Management with Medications for Drug Abuse Drugs

Carroll, Kathleen M., and Bruce J. Rounsaville. 2007. "A Perfect Platform: Combining Contingency Management with Medications for Drug Abuse." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33:343-65.

Community Advocacy Project (CAP) (Mexico) Victims

Sullivan, Cris M., Elizabeth Aguilar, Gabriela Lopez-Zeron, and Jose Ruben Parra-Cardona. 2019. “Disseminating the Community Advocacy Project in Mexico: A Feasibility Study.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 34(14): 2920–2937.

Community Aftercare at a State Correctional Institution (Chester, Pa.) Corrections

Houser, Kimberly A., Christopher Salvatore, and Wayne N. Welsh. 2012. "Individual-Level Predictors of Community Aftercare Completion." The Prison Journal 92(1):106-24.

Community and Environment Project (CEP)–Designing Out Crime (New South Wales, Australia) Crime Prevention

Duarte, Olga Comacho. 2013. “Can Design Support Community Safety and Crime Prevention Programmes in Areas of Socio-Economic Disadvantage?” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 15(3):223–39.

Community Based Drug Court Courts

Hartman, Jennifer L., Shelley J. Listwan, and Deborah Koetzle Shaffer. 2007. “Methamphetamine Users in a Community-Based Drug Court: Does Gender Matter?” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 45(3/4):109–30.

Listwan, Shelley J., Deborah Koetzle Shaffer, and Jennifer L. Hartman. 2009. “Combating Methamphetamine Use in the Community: The Efficacy of the Drug Court Model.” Crime & Delinquency 55(4):627–44.

Community Based Intervention for Child Witnesses of Interparental Violence Juvenile Justice

Overbeek, Mathilde M., J. Clasien de Schipper, Francien Lamers-Winkelman, and Carlo Schuengel. 2013. “Effectiveness of Specific Factors in Community-Based Intervention for Child-Witnesses of Interparental Violence: A Randomized Trial.” Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect 37:1202–14.

Community Based Juvenile Offender Intervention Juvenile Justice

Hanten, Gerri, and Adam Schmidt. 2017. Environmental and Personal Factors in a Community-Based Juvenile Offender Intervention. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 

Community Based Preparatory Research Juvenile Justice

Parsai, Monica Bermudez, Felipe Castro, Flavio Marsiglia, Mary Harthun, and Hector Valdez. 2011. "Using Community Based Participatory Research to Create a Culturally Grounded Intervention for Parents and Youth to Prevent Risky Behaviors." Prevention Science 12:34–47.

Community Dialectic Behaviour Therapy Programme (UK) Juvenile Justice

James, Anthony C., Louise Winmill, Ciorsdan Anderson, and Kielly Alfoadari. 2011. “A Preliminary Study of an Extension of a Community Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Programme to Adolescents in the Looked After Care System.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 16(1):9–13.

Community Job Skills Training Program in Large Urban Center in Southeast United States Corrections

Formon, D. L., A. T. Schmidt, and C. Henderson. 2018. “Examining Employment Outcomes of Offender and Nonoffender Vocational Program Graduates.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(9):2781–2800.

Community Justice Center Reparative Panel Programs (Vt.) Corrections

Wicklund, Peter, and Tim Halvorsen. 2014. Vermont Community Justice Center Reparative Panel Programs, Outcome Evaluation Final Report. Northfield Falls, Vt.: The Vermont Center for Justice Research.

Community Policing (South Korea and the UK) Law Enforcement

Choi, Kwan, and Ju-lak Lee. 2016. “Citizen Participation in Community Safety: A Comparative Study of Community Policing in South Korea and the UK.” Policing and Society 26(2):165–84.

Community Reinforcement and Family for Treatment Retention (CRAFT-T) Drugs

Brigham, G.S., Natasha Slesnick, Theresa M. Winhusen, Daniel F. Lewis, Xiamei Guo, and Eugene Somoza. 2014. "A Randomized Pilot Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy of Community Reinforcement and Family Training for Treatment Retention (CRAFT-T) for Improving Outcomes for Patients Completing Opioid Detoxification." Drug and Alcohol Dependence:1-17.

Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) Juvenile Justice

Carmona, Jasmin, Natasha Slesnick, Xiamei Guo, and Amber Letcher. 2014. “Reducing High Risk Behaviors Among Street Living Youth: Outcomes of an Integrated Prevention Intervention.” Children and Youth Services Review 43:118–23.

Community Safety Officers (New South Wales, Australia) Law Enforcement

Shepherdson, Patrick, Garner Clancey, Murray Lee, and Thomas Crofts. 2014. “Partnerships and NSW Local Government Community Safety Officers.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16:71–86.

Community Supervision Mapping System Corrections

Lucht, Jim, Nancy La Vigne, Diana Brazzell, and Megan Denver. 2011. Enhancing Supervision and Support for Released Prisoners: A Documentation and Evaluation of the Community Supervision Mapping System. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, Justice Policy Center.

La Vigne, Nancy G., and Megan Denver. 2015. “Extending Dynamic Mapping to Reentry Practitioners: An Exploration of Rhode Island’s Community Supervision Mapping System.” The Prison Journal 95(4):493–509.

Community Violence Prevention Program’s Parent Program Juvenile Justice

Reichert, Jessica. 2015. Evaluation of the 2014 Community Violence Prevention Program’s Parent Program. Chicago, Ill.: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

Community Violence Prevention Program’s Youth Employment Program Juvenile Justice

Reichert, Jessica, and Hannah Ridge. 2015. Evaluation of the 2014 Community Violence Prevention Program’s Youth Employment Program. Chicago: Ill.: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

Community Warden Scheme (Scotland) Crime Prevention

Brown, Donna Marie. 2012. “Out on Patrol: Maintaining the Strengths and Addressing the Weaknesses of Scotland’s Community Warden Scheme.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14: 258–77.

Community-Based, Muslim-Led Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) Program Crime Prevention

Williams, Michael J., John G. Horgan, and William P. Evans. 2016. “Evaluation of a Multi-Faceted, U.S. Community-Based, Muslim-Led CVE Program.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Williams, Michael J., John G. Horgan, and William P. Evans. 2016. “The Critical Role of Friends in Networks for Countering Violent Extremism: Toward a Theory of Vicarious Help-Seeking.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 8(1): 45–65.

Williams, Michael. J., John G. Horgan, and William P. Evans. 2015. “Research Summary: Lessons from a U.S. Study Revealing the Critical Role of ‘Gatekeepers’ in Public Safety Networks for Countering Violent Extremism.” In Countering Violent Extremism: Developing an Evidence-Base for Policy and Practice, edited by S. Zeiger and A. Aly. Perth, Australia: Curtin University,139–43.

Community-Based Sanctions for Parole Violators (Ohio) Corrections

Steiner, Benjamin, Matthew D. Makarios, Lawrence F. Travis III, and Benjamin Meade. 2012. "Examining the Effects of Community-Based Sanctions on Offender Recidivism." Justice Quarterly 29(2):229-57.

Community-Based Violence Prevention Demonstration (Multi-site) Juvenile Justice

Tomberg, Kathleen A., and Jeffrey A. Butts. 2016. “Street by Street: Cross-Site Evaluation of the OJJDP Community-Based Violence Prevention Demonstration Program.” New York, N.Y.: City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Research and Evaluation Center.

Comparison of Hot Spot and Risk Terrain Modeling Techniques (Little Rock, AK) Law Enforcement

Drawve, Grant, Stacy C. Moak, and Emily R. Berthelot. 2016. “Predictability of Gun Crimes: A Comparison of Hot Spot and Risk Terrain Modelling Techniques.” Policing and Society 26(3):312–31.

COMPASS Program (Pakistan) Juvenile Justice

Ashugar, Khudejha, Yana Mayevskaya, Marni Sommer, Ayesha Razzaque, Betsy Laird, Yasmin Khan, Shamsa Qureshi, Kathryn Falb, and Lindsay Stark. 2018. “Promoting Adolescent Girls’ Well-Being in Pakistan: A Mixed-Methods Study of Change Over Time, Feasibility, and Acceptability, of the COMPASS Program.” Prevention Science 19:1030–1042.

Computer vs. In-Person Interventions for College Drinkers Drugs

Henson, J.M., M.R. Pearson, and K.B. Carey. 2015. “Defining and Characterizing Differences in College Alcohol Intervention Efficacy: A Growth Mixture Modeling Application.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(2): 370–81.

Carey, K.B., M.P. Carey, S.A. Maisto, and J.M. Henson. 2006. “Brief Motivational Interventions for Heavy College Drinkers: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 74(5)943–54.

Carey, K.B., J.M. Henson, M. P. Carey, and S.A. Maisto. 2009. “Computer Versus In-Person Intervention for Students Violating Campus Alcohol Policy.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77(1): 74–87.

Carey, K.B., M.P. Carey, J. M. Henson, S.A. Maisto, and K. S. DeMartini. 2011. “Brief Alcohol Interventions for Mandated College Students: Comparison of Face-To-Face Counseling and Computer-Delivered Interventions.” Addiction 106: 528–37.

Computerized Cognitive Bias Modification for Alcohol (Germany) Drugs

Rinck, Mike, Reinout W. Wiers, Eni S. Becker, and Johannes Lindenmeyer. 2018. “Relapse Prevention in Abstinent Alcoholics by Cognitive Bias Modification: Clinical Effects of Combining Approach Bias Modification and Attention Bias Modification.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 86:1005–16.

Computerized Safety Decision Aid Victims

Glass, Nancy, Karen B. Eden, Tina Bloom and Nancy Perrin. 2009. "Computerized Aid Improves Safety Decision Process for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25(11):1947-64.

Comprehensive Indian Resources for Community and Law Enforcement (CIRCLE) Law Enforcement

Wakeling, Stewart, Miriam Jorgensen, Stephen Brimley, Joseph Thomas Flies-Away, Carrie Garrow, Hayes Lewis, Paul Robertson, and Yvoneda Thompson. 2007. Strengthening and Rebuilding Tribal Justice Systems: A Participatory Outcomes Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Justice Comprehensive Indian Resources for Community and Law Enforcement (CIRCLE) Project—Final Report. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, Native Nations Institute of Leadership, Management, and Policy. NIJ Sponsored.

Comprehensive Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Victims

Caliber Associates. 2007. Evaluation of Comprehensive Services for Victims of Human Trafficking: Key Findings and Lessons Learned. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice. NIJ Sponsored. https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/218777.pdf

Connecticut Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSTAT) Programs Corrections

Pease, Susan E., Raymond Chip Tafrate, and Stephen M. Cox. 2001. Process Evaluation of Tier IV Connecticut Department of Correction Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs: Final Report. New Britain, Conn.: Central Connecticut State University, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Connecticut's Families with Service Needs Initiative Juvenile Justice

Ryon, Stephanie Bontrager, Lindsey Devers, Kristin Winokur Early, and Gregory A. Hand. 2012. “Changing How the System Responds to Status Offenders: Connecticut’s Families with Service Needs Initiative.” Juvenile & Family Court Journal 63(4):37–46.

Mogulescu, S., and G. Caro. 2008. Making Court the Last Resort: A New Focus for Supporting Families in Crisis. Models for Change. New York, N.Y.: The Vera Institute of Justice. Accessed September 2, 2009.

Families with Service Needs Advisory Board. Report to the Connecticut General Assembly. February, 2008. Accessed September 24, 2009.

Department of Children and Families. Policy Manual: Superior Court for Juvenile Matters. Families with Service Needs (FWSN). Revised November 1, 2005.

Consent Searches in Motor Vehicle Stops (Md. and Ohio) Law Enforcement

Lichtenberg, Illya D., and Alisa Smith. 2001. "Testing the Effectiveness of Consent Searches as a Law Enforcement Tool." The Justice Professional 14:95-111.

Conservation Corps Juvenile Justice

Sayegh, Caitlin S., Stanley J. Huey, Jr., Janet U. Schneiderman, and Sarah A. Redmond. 2019. “Pilot Evaluation of a Conservation Corps Program for Young Adults.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 63(12):2194–2212.

Contingency Management for Child Neglect and Drug Abuse Drugs

Donohue, Brad, Christopher P. Plant, Travis A. Loughran, and Anali Torres. 2017 “Family Assisted Contingency Management Within the Context of Evidence-Supported Treatment for Child Neglect and Drug Abuse.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:2224–2236.

Control of Violence for Angry Impulsive Drinkers (COVAID) Drugs

Bowes, Nicola, Mary McMurran, Bryn Williams, David Siriol, and Ingrid Zammit. 2012. "Treating Alcohol-Related Violence: Intermediate Outcomes in a Feasibility Study for a Randomized Controlled Trial in Prisons." Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(3):333-44.

McMurran, Mary, and Bryany Cusens. 2003. "Controlling Alcohol-related Violence: A Treatment Programme." Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 13(10): 59-76.

McCulloch, Anna, and Mary McMurran. 2008. "Evaluation of a Treatment Programme for Alcohol-related Aggression." Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 18:224-31.

McMurran, Mary. (2007). "An Intervention for Alcohol-related Violence." Mental Health Review Journal 12(3):7-9.

Controlled Substances Reporting System (CSRS) (North Carolina) Drugs

Ringwalt, Christopher, Sharon Schiro, Meghan Shanahan, Scott Proescholdbell, Harold Meder, Anna Austin, and Nidhi Sachdeva. 2015. “The Use of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to Develop Algorithms to Identify Providers With Unusual Prescribing Practices for Controlled Substances.” Journal of Primary Prevention 36:287–99.

Cook County (IL) Target Abuser Call (TAC) Courts

Hartley, Carolyn C., and Lisa Frohmann. 2003. The Cook County Target Abuser Call (TAC): An Evaluation of a Specialized Domestic Violence Court, Revised Final Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Cool 2 Be Safe Juvenile Justice

Morrongiello, Barbara A., and Alexa Kane. 2015. “An Evaluation of the Cool 2 Be Safe Program: An Evidence-Based Community-Disseminated Program to Positively Impact Children's Beliefs About Injury Risk on Playgrounds.” Prevention Science 16:61–9.

Cool Kids (CBT) (Australia) Juvenile Justice

Bayer, Jordana K., Ronald M. Rapee, Harriet Hiscock, Obioha C Ukoumunne, Cathrine Mihalopoulos, Susan Clifford, and Melissa Wake. 2011. “The Cool Little Kids Randomised Controlled Trial: Population-Level Early Prevention for Anxiety Disorders.” BMC Public Health 11(1):11.

Hudson, Jennifer L., Ronald M. Rapee, Charise Deveney, Carolyn A. Schniering, Heidi J. Lyneham, and Nataly Bovopoulos. “Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Versus an Active Control for Children and Adolescents With Anxiety Disorders: A Randomized Trial.” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 48(5):533–44.

Cool Kids (CBT) (Denmark) Juvenile Justice

Arendt, K., M. Thastum, and E. Hougaard. 2016. “Efficacy of a Danish Version of the Cool Kids Program: A Randomized Wait-List Controlled Trial.” Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 133:109–21.

Lundkvist-Houndoumadi, Irene, Mikael Thastum, and Esben Hougaard. 2016. “Effectiveness of an Individualized Case Formulation-Based CBT for Non-Responding Youths with Anxiety Disorders.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(2):503–17.

Coordinated Prostitution Strategy (UK) Victims

Sagar, Tracey, and Debbie Jones. 2014. “Off-Street Sex Workers and Victim-Orientated Policymaking at the Local Level: Denial of Agency and Consequences of Victimhood.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16: 230–52.

Coordination of Services (COS) Juvenile Justice

Washington State Institute for Public Policy. 2015. “Washington's Coordination of Services Program for Juvenile Offenders: Outcome Evaluation and Benefit-Cost Analysis.” Olympia, Wash.: Washington State Institute for Public Policy.

Coping and Support Training (CAST) Juvenile Justice

Thompson, E.A., L.L. Eggert, B.P. Randell, and K.C. Pike. 2001. "Evaluation of Indicated Suicide Risk Prevention Approaches for Potential High School Dropouts." American Journal of Public Health 91:742–52.

CORCAN Prison Work Program (Canada) Corrections

Gillis, Christa A., Larry Motiuk, and Ray Belcourt. 1998. Prison Work Program (CORCAN) Participation: Post-Release Employment and Recidivism. Ottawa, Ontario: Correctional Service Canada, Research Branch.

Core and Balance Model for Preventing Female Gang Involvement Juvenile Justice

Snethen, G. 2010. “Preventing Female Gang Involvement: Development of the Joint-Interest Core and Balance Model of Mother/Daughter Leisure Functioning.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 15:42–8.

Correct Course Diversion Program (Wayne County, MI) Juvenile Justice

Hodges, K., Lisa A. Martin, Cynthia Smith, and Shaun Cooper. 2011. “Recidivism, Costs, and Psychosocial Outcomes for a Post-Arrest Juvenile Diversion Program.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50:447–65.

Correctional Education Program (Ind.) Corrections

Nally, John, Susan Lockwood, Katie Knutson, and Taiping Ho. 2012. "An Evaluation of the Effect of Correctional Education Programs on Post-Release Recidivism and Employment: An Empirical Study in Indiana." The Journal of Correctional Education 63(1):69-88.

Correctional Program Assessment Inventory (CPAI) Corrections

Smith, Paula, and Myrinda Schweitzer. 2012. "The Therapeutic Prison." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 28(1):7-22.

Nesovic, Aleksandra. 2003. Psychometric Evaluation of the Correctional Program Assessment Inventory (CPAI). Doctoral Dissertation. Ottawa, Ontario: Carleton University, Department of Psychology.

Correctional Treatment of Sexual and Violent Offenders (Germany) Corrections

Woessner, Gunda, and Andreas Schweldler. 2014. “Correctional Treatment of Sexual and Violent Offenders: Therapeutic Change, Prison Climate, and Recidivism.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 41(7):862–79.

Corrections Reform (Kan.) Corrections

Rengifo, Andres F., Don Stemen, Brendan D. Dooley, Ethan Amidon, and Amanda Gendon. 2010. "Cents and Sensibility: A Case Study of Corrections Reform in Kansas and Michigan." Journal of Criminal Justice 38:419-29.

ACLU. 2011. Smart Reform is Possible: States Reducing Incarceration Rates and Costs While Protecting Communities. New York, N.Y.: ACLU.

Rich, William. 2002. "Prison Conditions and Criminal Sentencing in Kansas: A Public Policy Dialogue." Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 11(3):693-721.

Corrections Reform (Mich.) Corrections

Rengifo, Andres F., Don Stemen, Brendan D. Dooley, Ethan Amidon, and Amanda Gendon. 2010. "Cents and Sensibility: A Case Study of Corrections Reform in Kansas and Michigan." Journal of Criminal Justice 38:419-29.

Corrective Work Order (Singapore) Crime Prevention

Chan, Wing-Cheong. 2003. "A Letter from Singapore: The Corrective Work Order: A Misguided Attempt at Using Shame as Punishment." Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal 5:61-70.

Counter Fraud Specialist (CFS) Crime Prevention

Button, Mark, Kwabena Frimpong, Geoffrey Smith, and Les Johnson. 2007. "Professionalizing Counter Fraud Specialist in the UK: Assessing Progress and Recommendations for Reform." Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal 9(2):92-101.

Counterpoint House Juvenile Justice

Hyman, Lee. 2007. "Juvenile Sexual Offenders: An Analytical View of Effective Programming." Justice Policy Journal 4(2).

John Howard Society of Alberta. 2002. Sex Offender Treatment Programs. Edmonton, Alberta: John Howard Society of Alberta.

County Drug Court Courts

Mullany, Jacqueline M., and Barbara Peat. 2008. "Process Evaluation of a County Drug Court: An Analysis of Descriptors, Compliance and Outcome-Answering Some Questions While Raising Others." Criminal Justice Policy Review 19(4):491-508.

Court Based Intervention Programs for Juvenile Domestic and Family Violence (Calif.) Juvenile Justice

Uekert, Brenda, Inger Sagatun-Edwards, Ann Crowe, Tracy Peters, Fred Cheeseman, and Dina Kameda. 2006. Juvenile Domestic and Family Violence: The Effects of Court-Based Intervention Programs on Recidivism. National Institute of Justice, The National Center for State Court.

Sagatun-Edwards, Inger, Eugene Hyman, Tracy Lafontaine, and Erin Nelson-Serano. 2003. “The Santa Clara County Juvenile Domestic and Family Violence Court.” Journal of the Center for Families, Children and the Courts.

Buel, Sarah M. 2002. “Why Juvenile Courts Should Address Family Violence: Promising Practices to Improve Intervention Outcomes.” Juvenile and Family Court Journal 53:1–18.

Court for the Individualized Treatment of Adolescents (CITA) Juvenile Justice

Behnken, Monic, David E. Arredondo, and Wendy L. Packman. 2009. "Reduction in Recidivism in a Juvenile Mental Health Court: A Pre- and Post-Treatment Outcome Study." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 60(3):23-44.

Arredondo, David E., Kurt Kumli, Larry Soto, Enrique Colin, Jill Ornellas, Judge Raymond J. Davilla, Judge Leonard P. Edwards, and Judge Eugene M. Hyman. 2001. "Juvenile Mental Health Court: Rationale and Protocols." Juvenile and Family Court Journal:1-19.

Court Referral of Eligible Defendants into Treatment (CREDIT) Courts

Trimboli, Lily. 2012. "NSW Court Referral of Eligible Defendants into Treatment (CREDIT) Pilot Program: An Evaluation." Crime and Justice Bulletin 159:1-24.

Court-Mandated Mediation Services for Couples Alleging Intimate Partner Abuse (Pima County, Ariz.) Victims

Beck, Connie J.A., Michele E. Walsh, Mindy B. Mechanic, Aurelio Jose Figueredo, and Mei-Kuang Chen. 2011. Intimate Partner Abuse in Divorce Mediation: Outcomes from a Long-Term Multi-cultural Study. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Court Ordered Forensic Evaluations for Juveniles Juvenile Justice

Skorek, Rebecca. 2014. Influence of Court-Ordered Forensic Evaluations on Juvenile Justice System-Involved Youth: Evaluation of River Valley Detention Center's Detention Probation Continuum of Care Program. Chicago, Ill.: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

Creating A Safe School (CASS; the Ophelia Project) Juvenile Justice

Nixon, Charisse, and Werner, Nicole. 2010. "Reducing Adolescents Involvement with Relational Aggression: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Creating a Safe School (CASS) Intervention." Psychology in the Schools 7(6):606-620.

Creating Ongoing Relationships Effectively (CORE) Juvenile Justice

Nesmith, Ande, and Kaitlin Christophersen. 2014. “Smoothing the Transition to Adulthood: Creating Ongoing Supportive Relationships Among Foster Youth.” Children and Youth Services Review 37:1–8.

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (New South Wales, Australia) Crime Prevention

Clancey, Garner, Daren Fisher, and Amanda Rutherford. 2014. “An Exploratory Study of Crime Risks and the Planning Process.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16(1):1–19.

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (Seoul, South Korea) Crime Prevention

Thorpe, Adam, and Lorraine Gamman. 2013. “Walking with Park: Exploring the ‘Reframing’ and Integration of CPTED Principles in Neighbourhood Regeneration in Seoul, South Korea.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 15:207–22.

Crime Reduction Programme (England) Crime Prevention

Maguire, Mike. 2004. "The Crime Reduction Programme in England and Wales: Reflections on the Vision and the Reality." Criminal Justice 4(3): 213-37.

Hough, Mike. 2004. "Modernization, Scientific Rationalism and the Crime Reduction Programme." Criminal Justice 4(3):239-53.

Tilley, Nick. 2004. "Applying Theory-Driven Evaluation and the British Crime Reduction Programme: The Theories of the Programme and of its Evaluations." Criminal Justice 4(3):255-76.

Stanko, Elizabeth. 2004. "Reviewing the Evidence of Hate: Lessons from a Project under the Home Office Crime Reduction Programme." Criminal Justice 4(3):277-86.

Criminal Protection Orders (Connecticut) Victims

Sullivan, Tami P., Carolina E. Price, Nicole H. Weiss, and Nicole E. Pugh. 2017. Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy to Reduce Domestic Violence, Final Summary Overview. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. 

Crisis Intervention Team (Chicago, IL) Law Enforcement

Morabito, Melissa S., Amy N Kerr, Amy Watson, Jeffrey Draine, Victor Ottati, and Beth Angell. 2010. "Crisis Intervention Teams and People With Mental Illness: Exploring the Factors That Influence the Use of Force." Crime and Delinquency 20(10):1-21.

Watson, Amy C., Victor Ottati, Morabito, Melissa S., Jeffrey Draine, Amy N Kerr, and Beth Angell. 2010. "Outcomes of Police Contacts with Persons with Mental Illness: The Impact of CIT." Administration and Policy in Mental Health 37:302-17.

CUIDAR Juvenile Justice

Lakes, Kimberley D., Danyel Vargas, Matt Riggs, Janeth Schmidt, and Mike Baird. 2011. “Parenting Intervention to Reduce Attention and Behavior Difficulties in Preschoolers: A CUIDAR Evaluation Study.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 20:648–59.

Golan, Shari, Tracy Huang, Dana Petersen, Mario Snow, and Cyndi Williamson. 2007. CUIDAR Program Evaluation Report. Menlo Park, Calif.: SRI International.

SRI International Center for Education and Human Services. 2007. “Findings from the CUIDAR Program Evaluation.” New Developments. http://www.sri.com/sites/default/files/brochures/200712_enewsletter.pdf

Lakes, Kimberley D., Ryan J. Kettler, Janeth Schmidt, Marche Haynes, Kelly Feeney-Kettler, Laura Kamptner, Jim Swanson, and Leanne Tamm. 2009. “The CUIDAR Early Intervention Parent Training Program for Preschoolers at Risk for Behavioral Disorders: An Innovative Practice for Reducing Disparities in Access to Service.” Journal of Early Intervention 31(2):167–78.

Culturally Adapted Motivational Interviews (CAMI) Crime Prevention

Lee, Christina S., Suzanne M. Colby, Damaris J. Rohsenow, Rosemarie Martin, Robert Rosales, Tonya Taveres McCallum, Luis Falcon, Joanna Almeida, and Dharma E. Coretes. 2019. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Motivational Interviewing Tailored for Heavy Drinking Latinxs.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 87( 9):815–30.

Culturally Specific Domestic Violence Program Victims

Gillum, Tameka L. 2008. "The Benefits of a Culturally Specific Intimate Partner Violence Intervention for African American Survivors." Violence Against Women 14(8):917-43.

Curb the Danger Law Enforcement

Grekul, Jana, & Jana Thue. 2013. "Curb the Danger: A Police-Community Collaboration to 'Curb' Impaired Driving." Police Practice and Research 14(5):402-14.

Custom Skilled Training Corrections

Cullinan Group Foundation. N.d. Custom Certified Training. Henderson, NV: Cullinan Group Foundation.

D-cycloserine (DCS) to Treat Cocaine Dependence Drugs

Price, Kimber L., Aimee L. McRae-Clark, Michael E. Saladin, Megan M. Moran-Santa Maria, Stacia M. DeSantis, Sudie E. Back, and Kathleen T. Brady. 2009. "D-Cycloserine and Cocaine Cue Reactivity: Preliminary Findings." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 35:434-38.

Dallas (Texas) Anti-Gang Initiative Law Enforcement

Fritsch, Eric, Tory J. Caeti, and Robert W. Taylor. 1999. “Gang Suppression Through Saturation Patrol, Aggressive Curfew, and Truancy Enforcement: A Quasi-Experimental Test of the Dallas Anti-Gang Initiative.” Crime & Delinquency 45(1):122–39.

Dallas County (Texas) Judicial Treatment Center Modified Therapeutic Community Corrections

Hiller, Matthew L., Kevin Knight, Carl Leukefeld, and Dwayne Simpson. 2002. "Motivation as a Predictor of the Therapeutic Engagement in Mandated Residential Substance Abuse Treatment." Criminal Justice and Behavior 29(1):56-75.

Hiller, Matthew L., Kevin Knight, Christine Saum, and Dwayne Simpson. 2006. "Social Functioning, Treatment Dropout, and Recidivism of Probationers Mandated to a Modified Therapeutic Community." Criminal Justice and Behavior 33(6):738-59

Hiller, Matthew L., Kevin Knight, and Dwayne Simpson. 2006. "Recidivism Following Mandated Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Felony Probationers." The Prison Journal 86(2):230-41.

Hiller, Matthew L., Kevin Knight, Sandhya Rao, and Dwayne Simpson. 2002. Assessing and Evaluating Mandated Correctional Substance-Abuse Treatment. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Dane County (Wis.) Drug Treatment Court Courts

Brown, Randall. 2011. “Drug Court Effectiveness: A Matched Cohort Study in the Dane County Drug Treatment Court.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 50:191–201.

Dating Abuse Prevention in Teen Moms Juvenile Justice

Foshee, Vangie A., Kim Dixon, Ling Yin-Chang, Susan Ennett, Beth Moracco, Michael Bowling, and Jennifer Moss. 2012. "Dating Abuse Prevention in Teens with Domestic Violence Protection Orders." Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Davidson County (Tenn.) Juvenile Drug Court Juvenile Justice

Carter, W. Craig, and R. Donald Barker. 2011. “Does Completion of Juvenile Drug Court Deter Adult Criminality?” Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 11(2): 181–93.

Dawn Project Juvenile Justice

Wright, Eric, and Jeffrey A. Anderson. 2005. Sixth Annual Evaluation Briefing of the Dawn Project Evaluation Study. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research.

Kooreman, Harold, Jeffrey Anderson, and Eric Wright. 2007. The Dawn Project Helps Indiana Youth. Indianapolis, Ind: Indiana Research for a Healthier Indiana.

Wright, Dustin E., and Eric R. Wright. 2005. Changes in Substance Use Behaviors and Severity Over Time. DAWN Project Evaluation Study, Public Briefing. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research.

Anderson, Jeffrey, Rhonda D. Meyer, W. Patrick Sullivan, and Eric R. Wright. 2005. "Impact of a System of Care on a Community's Children's Social Services System." Journal of Child and Family Services 14(4):505-20.

Day Reporting Center (Vigo County, Ind.) Corrections

Roy, Sudipto. 2004. "Factors Related to Success and Recidivism in a Day Reporting Center." Criminal Justice Studies 17(1):3-17.

DCL (High-Tech Jail Design in the Netherlands) Corrections

Kenis, Patrick, Peter M. Kryuen, Joan Baaijens, and Peter Barneveld. 2010. "The Prison of the Future? An Evaluation of an Innovative Prison Design in the Netherlands." The Prison Journal 90(3):313-30.

Defending Childhood Demonstration Program Juvenile Justice

Swaner, Rachel, Elise Jensen, Lama Hassoun Ayoub, Michael Rempel, and Dana Kralstein. 2015. “An Outcome Evaluation of the Defending Childhood Demonstration Program.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Delaware Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative (SVORI) Corrections

O'Connell, John P., and Julia Cahill. 2009. Delaware Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Project 2003 to 2006 Evaluation with Recidivism Follow-Up Results. Dover, DE.: State of Delaware Executive Department, Statistical Analysis Center.

Dependency Court Intervention Program for Family Violence (DCIPFV) Courts

Maze, Candice L., and Stefanie A. Hannah. 2008. "Perspectives on Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Dependency Court in Cases Involving Battered Mothers." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 59(1):33-45.

Maze, Candice L., Stefanie A. Klein, and Judge Cindy S. Lederman. 2003. "The Use of Domestic Violence Advocates in Juvenile Court: Lessons from the Dependency Court Intervention Program for Family Violence." Juvenile & Family Court Journal:109-20.

Deschutes County (Ore.) Community Justice Courts

Maloney, Dennis, and Deevy Holocomb. 2001. "In Pursuit of Community Justice: Deschutes County, Oregon." Youth and Society 33(2):296-313.

Detecting Deception (Brief Training Workshop) Law Enforcement

Colwell, Lori H., Kevin Colwell, Cheryl K. Hiscock-Anisman, Maria Hartwig, Lindsey Cole, Kathryn Werdin, and Kimberly Youschak. 2012. "Teaching Professional to Detect Deception: The Efficacy of a Brief Training Workshop." Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 12:68-80.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy-Corrections Modified (DBT-CM) Corrections

Nyamathi, Adeline, Sanghyuk S. Shin, Jolene Smeltzer, Benissa Salem, Kartik Yadav, Donna Krogh, and Maria Ekstrand. 2018. “Effectiveness of a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy on Reduction of Recidivism Among Recently Incarcerated Homeless Women: A Pilot Study.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(15):4796–4813.

Diffusion of School Based Prevention Juvenile Justice

Ozer, Emily J., Maggie Wanis, and Nickle Bazell. 2010. "Diffusion of School-Based Prevention Programs in Two Urban Districts: Adaptations, Rationales, and Suggestions for Change." Prevention Science 11:42–55.

DISCOVER CBT Workshops (UK) Juvenile Justice

Sclare, Irene, Daniel Michelson, Liz Malpass, Fay Coster, and June Brown. 2015. “Innovations in Practice: DISCOVER CBT Workshops for 16-18 Year Olds: Development of an Open-Access Intervention for Anxiety and Depression in Inner-City Youth.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 20(2):102–106.

Discretionary Parole Release Corrections

Ireland, Connie Stivers, and JoAnn Prause. 2005. "Discretionary Parole Release: Length of Imprisonment, Percent of Sentence Served, and Recidivism." Journal of Crime and Justice 28(2):27-49.

Disposition Matrix (Florida Department of Juvenile Justice) Juvenile Justice

Baglivio, Michael T., Mark A. Greenwald, and Mark Russell. 2015. “Assessing the Implications of a Structured Decision-Making Tool for Recidivism in a Statewide Analysis Disposition Matrix for Court Recommendations Made by Juvenile Probation Officers.” Criminology and Public Policy 14(1):5–49.

Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) Juvenile Diversion Program (Colo.) Juvenile Justice

Winder, Chandra, and Jean Denious. 2013. Statewide Evaluation of the DCJ Juvenile Diversion Program. Denver, CO: OMNI Institute.

Campbell, Justin S., and Paul Retxlaff. 2000. "Juvenile Diversion Interventions: Participant Description and Outcomes." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 32(2):57-73

Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Interventions Project (DAPI) (United Kingdom) Crime Prevention

Davies, Pamela Ann, and Paul Biddle. 2018. “Implementing a Perpetrator-Focused Partnership Approach to Tackling Domestic Abuse: The Opportunities and Challenges of Criminal Justice Localism.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 18(4):468–87.

Domestic Violence and Abuse Course for Men Crime Prevention

Contrino, Kathleen M., Kurt H. Dermen, Thomas H. Nochajski, William F. Wieczorek, and Peter K. Navratil. 2007. "Compliance and Learning in an Intervention Program for Partner-Violent Men." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 22(12):1555-66.

Domestic Violence Coordinating Councils Victims

Allen, Nicole E. 2006. "An Examination of the Effectiveness of Domestic Violence Coordinating Councils." Violence Against Women 12(1):46-67.

Domestic Violence Group Work Intervention Program (Australia) Crime Prevention

Broady, Timothy R., Rebecca Gray, and Irene Gaffney. 2014. “Taking Responsibility: A Psychological Profile of Men Attending a Domestic Violence Group Work Intervention Program in New South Wales, Australia.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(14):2610–2629.

Pitts, Wayne J., Eugena Givens, and Susan McNeeley. 2009. "The Need for a Holistic Approach to Specialized Domestic Violence Court Programming: Evaluating Offender Rehabilitation Needs and Recidivism." Juvenile and Family Court Journal 60(3):1–21.

Pitts, Wayne. 2005. Outlining the Processes and Intermediate Outcomes of a Specialized Court Initiative in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Unpublished evaluation report. Memphis, Tenn.: University of Tennessee, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Dona Ana County Teen Court (N.M.) Juvenile Justice

Harrison, Paige, James R. Maupin, and G. Larry Mays. 2001. "Teen Court: An Examination of Processes and Outcomes." Crime and Delinquency 47(2):243-64.

Dorchester County (Mass.) Adult Drug Treatment Court Courts

Mackin, Juliette, R., Shannon Carey, Michael Finigan, Theresa Allen, and Dawn James. 2009. Dorchester County (District) Adult Drug Treatment Court Process Evaluation. Portland, OR: NPC Research.

Dose–Response Relationship Between Time Served in Prison and Recidivism (Ohio) Corrections

Corrections: Ed Latessa Meade, Benjamin, Benjamin Steiner, Matthew Makarios, and Lawrence Travis. 2012. “Estimating a Dose–Response Relationship Between Time Served in Prison and Recidivism.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50(4):525–50.

Douglas County (Neb.) Day Reporting Center Corrections

Kim, Dae-Young, Cassia Spohn, and Mark Foxall. 2009. "An Evaluation of the DRC in the Context of Douglas County, Nebraska: A Developmental Perspective." The Prison Journal 87(4):434-56.

Drug Abuse Resistance Education Play and Learn Under Supervision (DARE PLUS) Juvenile Justice

Perry, Cheryl L., Kelli A. Komro, Sara Veblen–Mortenson, Linda M. Bosma, Kian Farbakhsh, Karen A. Munson, Melissa H. Stigler, and Leslie A. Lytle. 2003. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Middle and Junior High School D.A.R.E. and D.A.R.E. P.L.U.S. Programs.” Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 157:178–84.

Komro, Kelli A., Cheryl L. Perry, Sara Veblen–Mortenson, Melissa H. Stigler, Linda M. Bosma, Karen A. Munson, and Kian Farbakhsh. 2004. “Violence-Related Outcomes of the D.A.R.E. P.L.U.S. Project.” Health Education and Behavior 31:335–54.

Perry, Cheryl L., Kelli A. Komro, Sara Veblen–Mortenson, Linda M. Bosma, Karen A. Munson, Melissa H. Stigler, Leslie A. Lytle, Jean L. Forster, and Seth L. Welles. 2000. “The Minnesota D.A.R.E. P.L.U.S. Project: Creating Community Partnerships to Prevent Drug Use and Violence.” Journal of School Health 70:84–88.

Drug Market Intervention (DMI) (Multi-site) Law Enforcement

Saunders, Jessica, Allison J. Ober, Beau Kilmer, and Sarah Michal Greathouse. 2016. “A Community-Based, Focused-Deterrence Approach to Closing Overt Drug Markets: A Process and Fidelity Evaluation of Seven Sites.” Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation.

Drug Treatment Courts (Canada) Drugs

Fischer, Benedikt. 2003. "'Doing Good With a Vengeance': A Critical Assessment of the Practices, Effects and Implications of Drug Treatment Courts in North America." Criminal Justice 3(3):227-48.

Co-ordinated Services for Drug-Abusing Women Who Are Victims of Inmate Partner Violence Victims

Bennett, Larry, and Patricia O'Brien. 2007 "Effects of Co-ordinated Services for Drug-Abusing Women Who Are Victims of Intimate Partner Violence." Violence Against Women 13(4):395-411.

Drum-Assisted Recovery Therapy for Native Americans (DARTNA) Drugs

Dickerson, Daniel, Francis Robichaud, Cheryl Teruya, Kathleen Nagaran, and Yih-Ing Hser. 2012. "Utilizing Drumming for American Indians/Alaska Natives with Substance Use Disorders: A Focus Group Study." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 38(5):505-10.

Duluth Model Batterer Intervention Program (Florida) Corrections

Herman, Katharine, Robert Rotunda, Gail Williamson, and Stephen Vodanovich. 2014. “Outcomes From a Duluth Model Batterer Intervention Program at Completion and Long Term Follow-Up.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 53:1–18.

Morrison, Penelope K., Lynn Hawker, Elizabeth P. Miller, Patricia A. Cluss, Rhonda Fleming, Kalem Wright, Jessica Burke, and Judy C. Chang. 2016. “The Operational Challenges for Batterer Intervention Programs: Results From a 2-Year Study.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260516662307

Duval County (Fla.) Teen Court Program (DCTCP) Juvenile Justice

Vose, Brenda, and Kelly Vannan. 2013. "A Jury of Your Peers: Recidivism Among Teen Court Participants." Journal of Juvenile Justice 3(1):97-109.

Earlscourt Girls Connection (EGC) Juvenile Justice

Walsh, Margaret M., Debra J. Pepler, and Kathryn S. Levene. 2002. "A Model Intervention for Girls with Disruptive Behaviour Problems: The Earlscourt Girls Connection". Canadian Journal of Counselling 36(4):297-311.

Early Intervention for the Prevention of Offending Programme (Ireland) Juvenile Justice

Haydon, Deena. 2014. “Early Intervention for the Prevention of Offending in Northern Ireland.” Youth Justice 14(3):226–40.

Early Legal Advice Project (ELAP) Courts

Lane, Mike, Daniel Murray, Rajith Lakshman, Claire Devine, and Andrew Zurawan. 2013. Evaluation of the Early Legal Advice Project: Final Report. London, England: Home Office, Border Agency, Legal Aid Agency.

Early Truancy Initiative Juvenile Justice

McCluskey, Cynthia Perez, Timothy Bynum, Justin Patchin. 2004. "Reducing Chronic Absenteeism: An Assessment of Early Truancy Initiative." Crime and Delinquency 50(2):214-34.

Early Warning System for Temporary Crime Hot Spots (Pennsylvania) Crime Prevention

Gorr, Wilpen L., and YongJei Lee. 2015. “Early Warning System for Temporary Crime Hot Spots.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31(1):25–47.

Earned Discharge Pilot Project (Calif.) Corrections

Smith, Sarah M., Marisa K. Omori, Susan F. Turner, and Jesse Jannetta. 2012. “Assessing the Earned Discharge Pilot Project: The Importance of Context, Capacity, and Content.” Criminology and Public Policy 11(2):385–410.

Educational Bullying Program (Wales) Juvenile Justice

Hunt, Caroline. 2007. "The Effect of an Education Program on Attitudes and Beliefs about Bullying and Behaviour in Junior Secondary School Students." Child and Adolescent Mental Health 12(1):21–26.

Educational Services in Swedish Prisons Corrections

Pettit, Michelle D., and Michael Kroth. 2011. "Educational Services in Swedish Prisons: Successful Programs of Academic and Vocational Teaching." Criminal Justice Studies 24(3):215-26.

Effective Police Interactions With Youth (Conn.) Law Enforcement

LaMotte, Valerie, Kelley Ouellette, Jessica Sanderson, Stephen A. Anderson, Iva Kosutic, Julie Griggs, and Marison Garcia. 2010. "Effective Police Interactions With Youth: A Program Evaluation." Police Quarterly 12(2):161-79.

Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism (Multisites) Juvenile Justice

Duriez, Stephanie A., Carrie Sullivan, Christopher J. Sullivan, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward J. Latessa. 2017a. Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism: Grant# 2013-JU-FX-0004. University of Cincinnati, Center for Criminal Justice Research, School of Criminal Justice.

Duriez, Stephanie A., Carrie Sullivan, Christopher J. Sullivan, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward J. Latessa. 2017b. Final Report. OJJDP-Funded Research in Brief: Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring for Youth on Parole and Probation in Ohio. Final Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Effects of the National Minimum Drinking Age Law Juvenile Justice

Lewis, John A., and Philip E. Carlan. 2009. "The National Minimum Drinking Age Law: Perceptions of its Effectiveness to Deter Juvenile Alcohol Use." Criminal Justice Studies 22(2):167-79.

Electronic Bridge to Mental Health Services (eBridge) Juvenile Justice

King, C.A., D. Eisenberg, K. Zheng, E. Czyz, A. Kramer, A. Horwitz, and S. Chermack. 2015. “Online Suicide Risk Screening and Intervention With College Students: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(3):630–36.

Electronic Case Management (ECM) with Homeless Youth Juvenile Justice

Bender, K., N. Schau, S. Begun, B. Haffejee, A. Barman-Adhikari, and J. Hathaway. 2014. “Electronic Case Management With Homeless Youth.” Evaluation and Program Planning 50: 36–42.

Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program (Indiana) Corrections

Avdija, Avdi S., and JiHee Le. 2014. “Does Electronic Monitoring Home Detention Program Work? Evaluating Program Suitability Based on Offenders’ Post-Program Recidivism Status.” Justice Policy Journal 11(1):1–15.

Electronic Prescription Monitoring Program (Mass.) Drugs

Katz, Nathaniel, Lee Panas, MeeLee Kim, Adele D. Audet, Arnold Bilansky, John Eadie, Peter Kreiner, Florence C. Paillard, Cindy Thomas, and Grant Carrow. 2010. “Usefulness of Prescription Monitoring Programs for Surveillance Analysis of Schedule II Opioid Prescription Data in Massachusetts, 1996–2006.” Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 19(2): 115–123.

E-Mail "Grade Nudge" (United Kingdom) Juvenile Justice

Smith, Ben O., Dustin R. White, Patricia C. Kuzyk, and James E. Tierney. 2018. “Improved Grade Outcomes With An E-Mailed ‘Grade Nudge.’” The Journal of Economic Education 49:1–7.

Emerge (Batterer Intervention Program) Courts

Morrison, Penelope K., Lynn Hawker, Elizabeth P. Miller, Patricia A. Cluss, Rhonda Fleming, Kalem Wright, Jessica Burke, and Judy C. Chang. 2016. “The Operational Challenges for Batterer Intervention Programs: Results From a 2-Year Study.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence:1–23.

EMOTION Intervention Juvenile Justice

Loevaas, Mona Elisabeth S., Anne Mari Sund, Stian Lydersen, Simon-Peter Neumer, Kristin Martinsen, Solveig Holen, Joshua Patras, Frode Adolfsen, and Trude Reinfjell. 2019. “Does the Transdiagnostic EMOTION Intervention Improve Emotion Regulation Skills in Children?” Journal of Child and Family Studies 28:805–13.

Martinsen, Kristin, D., Lene Mari P. Rasmussen, Tore Wentzel-Larsen, Solveig Holen, Anne Mari Sund, Mona Elisabeth S. Løvaas, Joshua Patras, Philip C. Kendall, Trine Waaktaar, and Simon-Peter Neumer. 2019. “Prevention of Anxiety and Depression in School Children: Effectiveness of the Transdiagnostic EMOTION Program.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 37(2):212–19.

Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities (EFEC) (UK) Juvenile Justice

Day, Crispin, Daniel Michelson, Stacey Thomson, Caroline Penney, and Lucy Draper. 2012. “Innovations in Practice: Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities: A Pilot Evaluation of a Peer-Led Parenting Programme.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 17(1):52–57.

Empowerment Intervention for Abused Pregnant Women (Peru) Victims

Cripe, Swee May, Sixto E. Sanchez, Elena Sanchez, Beatriz Ayala Quintanilla, Christian Hernandez Alarcon, Bizu Gelaye, and Michelle A. Williams. 2010. "Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy: A Pilot Intervention Program in Lima, Peru". Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25(11):2054-76.

Engaging Youth Serving Communities (EYSC) Juvenile Justice

Serido, Joyce, Lynne M. Borden, and Christine B. Wiggs. 2014. “Breaking Down Potential Barriers to Continued Program Participation.” Youth & Society 46(1):51–69.

Engine Immobilizers (Germany) Crime Prevention

Bassmann, Jorg. 2011. "Vehicle Theft Reduction in Germany: The Long-Term Effectiveness of Electronic Immobilisation." European Journal of Crime and Policy Research 17:221-46.

Enhanced Mentor Training and Peer Support Juvenile Justice

Peaslee, Liliokanaio, and Amanda C. Teye. 2015. Testing the Impact of Mentor Training and Peer Support on the Quality of Mentor-Mentee Relationships and Outcomes for At-Risk Youth. Grant# 2011-JU-FX-0002. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Enhanced Support Service (ESS) Corrections

Camp, J., K. Joy, and M. Freestone. 2018. “Does ‘Enhanced Support’ for Offenders Effectively Reduce Custodial Violence and Disruption? An Evaluation of the Enhanced Support Service Pilot.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(12):3928–46.

Enhanced Thinking Skills for Mentally Disordered Offenders (UK) Corrections

Tapp, James, Emma Fellowes, Nicola Wallis1, Linda Blud, and Estelle Moore. 2009. “An Evaluation of the Enhanced Thinking Skills (ETS) Programme With Mentally Disordered Offenders in a High Security Hospital.” Legal and Criminological Psychology 14:201–12.

Environmental Management to Prevent Alcohol-Related Problems (University of Arizona) Corrections

Johannessen, Koreen, Peggy Glider, Carolyn Collins, Harry Hueston, and William DeJong. 2001. "Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems at the University of Arizona's Homecoming: An Environmental Management Case Study." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 27(3):587-97.

Equine Facilitated Therapy (Queensland, Australia) Juvenile Justice

Kemp, Kathleen, Tania Signal, Helena Botros, Nik Taylor, and Kathy Prentice. “Equine Facilitated Therapy with Children and Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused: A Program Evaluation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 23(3):558–66.

Essex Body Worn Video Trial (United Kingdom) Law Enforcement

Owens, Catherine, David Mann, and Rory Mckenna. 2014. The Essex Body Worn Video Trial: The Impact of Body Worn Video on Criminal Justice Outcomes of Domestic Abuse Incidents. London, England: College of Policing.

European Safer Schools Partnership Juvenile Justice

Holt, Amanda, Denise Martin, Carol Hayden, and Claire Nee. 2011. “Schooled in Democracy? Promoting Democratic Values as a Whole-School Approach to Violence Prevention.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13(3):205–17.

Evaluation of State Supermax Policies on the Mentally Ill Corrections

Butler, H. Daniel, W. Wesley Johnson, and O. Hayden Griffin III. 2014. “The Treatment of the Mentally Ill in Supermax Facilities: An Evaluation of State Supermax Policies.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 41(11):1338–1353.

Evening Reporting Center (ERC) Juvenile Justice

Garland, Brett, Sara Moore, Mary K. Stohr, and Michael Kyle. 2016. “Juvenile Evening Reporting Centers: A Research Note on an Emerging Practice.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 14(2):164–74.

Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale (EBPAS) Corrections

Boppre, B., J. Sundt, and E. J. Salisbury. 2018. “The Limitations and Strengths of the Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale as a Measure of Correctional Employees’ Attitudes: A Psychometric Evaluation.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(12):3947–64.

Getting to Outcomes-Underage Drinking Juvenile Justice

Chinmann, Matthew, Patricia Ebener, Q. Burkhart, Karen Chan Osilla, Pamela Imm, Susan M. Paddock, and Patricia Ann Wright. 2014. "Evaluating the Impact of Getting to Outcomes--Underage Drinking on Prevention Capacity and Alcohol Merchant Attitudes and Selling Behaviors." Journal of Prevention Science 15:485-96.

EVOLVE Courts

Lyon, Eleanor. 2005. Impact Evaluation of Special Session Domestic Violence: Enhanced Advocacy and Interventions, Final Report. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut, School of Social Work.

EX: A National Smoking Cessation Media Campaign Juvenile Justice

Villanti, Andrea C., Jennifer Cullen, Donna M. Vallone, and Elizabeth A Stuart. 2012. "Use of Propensity Score Matching to Evaluate a National Smoking Cessation Media Campaign." Evaluation Review 35(6):571-91.

Expedited DUI Court Program (Spokane, Wash.) Courts

Bouffard, Jeffrey A., and Leana A. Bouffard. 2011. “What Works (or Doesn’t) in a DUI Court? An Example of Expedited Case Processing.” Journal of Criminal Justice 39:320–28.

Facing History and Ourselves Juvenile Justice

Brabeck, M., and M. Kenny. 1994. "Human Rights Education Through the `Facing History and Ourselves' Program." Journal of Moral Education 23(3):333-48.

Schultz, Lynn Hickey, Dennis J. Barr, and Robert L. Selman. 2001. "The Value of a Developmental Approach to Evaluating Character Development Programmes: An Outcome Study of Facing History and Ourselves." Journal of Moral Education 30(1):3-27.

Boulay, Beth, Rachel McCormick, Kristina Kliorys, Marc Moss, and Beth Gamse. 2009. The National Professional Development and Evaluation Project Facing History and Ourselves: Year 1 Final Report. Cambridge, Mass.: Abt Associates Inc.

Barr, Dennis. 2010. Continuing a Tradition of Research on the Foundations of Democratic Education: The National Professional Development and Evaluation Project. Brookline, Mass.: Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.

Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc. 2010. Facing History and Ourselves National Evaluation Study: Outcomes and Implications. Brookline, Mass.: Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.

Factors of School-Based Prevention Programs Juvenile Justice

Payne, Allison A., and Ronald Eckert. 2010. "The Relative Importance of Provider, Program, School, and Community Predictors of the Implementation Quality of School-Based Prevention Programs." Prevention Science 11:26–141.

Families And Schools Together (FAST) (Middle Eastern and Central American Regions Juvenile Justice

Maalouf, Wahib, and Giovanna Campello. 2014. “The Influence of Family Skills Programmes on Violence Indicators: Experience From a Multi-Site Project of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Low and Middle Income Countries.” Aggression and Violent Behavior (19):616–24.

FAMILY (FCC and ARC Model to Improve the Lives of Youth) Juvenile Justice

Olin, Su-chin Serene, Anthony L. Hemmelgarn, Kappy Madenwald, and Kimberly E. Hoagwood. 2016. “An ARC-Informed Family Centered Care Intervention for Children’s Community Based Mental Health Programs.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(1):275–89.

Family Centered Strengths-based Advocacy Intervention for Abused Women and their Children Victims

Sullivan, Cris M., Deborah I. Bybee, and Nicole E. Allen. 2002. "Findings From a Community-Based Program for Battered Women and Their Children." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 17:915-36.

Family Connections Corrections

Blumberg, Daniel M. and Dawn A. Griffin. 2013. "Family Connections: The Importance of Prison Reading Programs for Incarcerated Parents and Their Children." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52(4):254-69.

Family Court Rules of Procedure and Practice (Kentucky) Juvenile Justice

Boes, Corey, Crystal Collins-Camargo, and Tammi Alvey Thomas. 2015. “Evaluation of Implementation of the Kentucky Court Rules of Procedure and Practice: An Approach to Assessing the Impact of Court Reform Efforts.” Juvenile and Family Court Journal 66(4):1–16.

Family Creative Therapy (FCT) (Netherlands) Juvenile Justice

Abrahamse, Marielle E., Marianne Junger, Mirjam A. M. M. van Wouwe, Frits Boer, and Ramon J. L. Lindauer. 2016. “Treating Child Disruptive Behavior in High-Risk Families: A Comparative Effectiveness Trial from a Community-Based Implementation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(5):1605–1622.

Family Engagement Partnership Juvenile Justice

Sheldon, Steven B., and Sol Bee Jung. 2015. “The Family Engagement Partnership: Student Outcome Evaluation.” Baltimore, Md.: John Hopkins University, School of Education, Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships.

Family Engagement Strategy (FES) (Brisbane, Australia) Law Enforcement

Meyer, Silke, and Lorraine Mazerolle. 2014. “Police-Led Partnership Responses to High Risk Youths and Their Families: Challenges Associated with Forming Successful and Sustainable Partnerships.” Policing and Society 24(2):242–60.

Family First Juvenile Justice

Leonard, Noelle R.., Marya V. Gwadz, Gricel N. Arredondo, Marion Riedel, Lauren Rotko, Emily J. Hardcastle, and Jodi C. Potere. 2007. "Description of a Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Substance Use and Related Risk and Increase Positive Parenting among Urban Mothers with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems." Journal of Child and Family Studies 16:531-44.

Family Group Conferencing for Students Recommended for Expulsion Juvenile Justice

McMorris, Barbara J., Kara J. Beckman, Glynis Shea, Jenna Baumgartner, and Rachel C. Eggert. 2013. Applying Restorative Practices to Minneapolis Public Schools Students Recommended for Possible Expulsion: A Pilot Program Evaluation of the Family and Youth Restorative Conference Program. Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota, Prevention Research Center, Department of Pediatrics.

Family Group Conferencing Pilot Program (New South Wales, Australia) Juvenile Justice

Boxall, Hayley, Anthony Morgan, and Kiptoo Terer. 2012. Evaluation of the Family Group Conferencing Program. Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Family Inclusion Project (New South Wales, Australia) Juvenile Justice

Nisbet, Ian, Anne Graham, and Sallie Newell. 2012. “A Letter From Australia – The Potential of a ‘Wraparound’ Approach to Reducing Juvenile Offending in New South Wales.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14:225–34.

Family Intervention Projects (UK) Juvenile Justice

Hodgkinson, Sarah, and Diane Jones. 2013. “The Use of Family Intervention Projects to Deal with Anti-Social Behaviour: A Preliminary Study of Keyworker Perceptions.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 15:278–91.

Family Peace Project Victims

Hamberger, L. Kevin, Clare Guse, Jennifer Boerger, Debbie Minsky, Deb Pape, and Christine Folsom. 2004. “Evaluation of a Health Care Provider Training Program to Identify and Help Partner Violence Victims.” Journal of Family Violence 19(1):1–11.

Family Preservation Programs (United States and Taiwan) Juvenile Justice

Lin, Ching-Hsuan, and Meng-Jung Lee. 2016. “A Comparative Policy Analysis of Family Preservation Programs in the U.S. and in Taiwan.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(4):1131–1144.

Family Preservation Program for Adjudicated Male Juveniles in a Southern State Juvenile Justice

Diamond, Brie, Robert G. Morris, and Jonathan W. Caudill. 2011. "Sustaining Families, Dissuading Crime: The Effectiveness of a Family Preservation Program with Male Delinquents." Journal of Criminal Justice 39:338-43.

Family Services for Male Youth Adjudicated of a Sexual Crime Juvenile Justice

R. Yoder, Jesse Hansen, Christopher Lobanov-Rostovsky, and Donna Ruch. 2015. “The Impact of Family Service Involvement on Treatment Completion and General Recidivism Among Male Youthful Sexual Offenders.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 54(4):256–77.

Fathers and Children Together (FACT) Corrections

Henson, A. 2018. “Strengthening Evaluation Research: A Case Study of an Evaluability Assessment Conducted in a Carceral Setting.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(10):3185–3200.

FBI Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Law Enforcement

Bennell, Craig, Brent Snook, Sarah Macdonald, John C. House, and Paul J. Taylor. 2012. "Computerized Crime Linkage Systems: A Critical Review and Research Agenda." Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(5):620-34.

Fearless (Nebraska) Corrections

Sample, L.L., B.N. Cooley, and T. ten Bensel. 2018. “Beyond Circles of Support: ‘Fearless’–An Open Peer-to-Peer Mutual Support Group for Sex Offense Registrants and Their Family Members.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(3):4257–77.

Federally Funded Shelter Service Availability to Reduce Intimate Partner Homicides (Calif.) Victims

Wells, William, Ling Ren, and William DeLeon-Granados. 2010. "Reducing Intimate Partner Homicides: The Effects of Federally-Funded Shelter Service Availability in California." Journal of Criminal Justice 38:512-19.

Fife Intensive Therapy Team (FITT) (UK) Juvenile Justice

Simpson, Wendy, Lee Cowie, Lucy Wilkinson, Naomi Lock, and Graham Monteith. 2010. “The Effectiveness of a Community Intensive Therapy Team on Young People's Mental Health Outcomes.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 15(4):217–23.

Fight-Free School Violence Prevention Program Juvenile Justice

Fahsl, Allison J., and Amanda Luce. 2012. “Improving Interactions: The Effects of Implementing the Fight-Free Schools Violence Prevention Program.” Preventing School Failure 56(4):214–18.

Fines for Drunk Driving Offenders (AUS) Courts

Weatherburn, Don, and Steve Moffatt. 2011. “The Specific Deterrent Effect of Higher Fines on Drink-Driving Offenders.” British Journal of Criminology 51:789–803.

Finish Intervention Program Juvenile Justice

Salmivalli, Christina, Ari Kaukiainen, and Marinus Voeten. 2005. "Anti-Bullying Intervention: Implementation and Outcome." British Journal of Education Psychology 75(3):465–87.

Salmivalli, C., A. Kaukiainen, M. Voeten, and M. Sinisammal. 2004. "Targeting the Group as a Whole: The Finnish Anti-Bullying Intervention." In P. K. Smith, D. Pepler, and K. Rigby (eds.).Bullying in Schools: How Successful Can Interventions Be? ). New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 251–73.

FIPSE-Funded Collegiate Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Efforts Juvenile Justice

Licciardone, John C. 2003. "Outcomes of a Federally Funded Program for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention in Higher Education." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 29(4):803-27.

Firearm Arrests and Subsequent Shootings (Philadelphia, Pa.) Crime Prevention

Wyant, Brian R., Ralph B, Taylor, Jerry H. Ratcliffe, and Jennifer Wood. 2012. "Deterrence, Firearm Arrests, and Subsequent Shootings: A Micro-Level Spatio-Temporal Analysis." Justice Quarterly 29(4):524-45.

Firearms Licensing System Law Enforcement

Koper, Christopher S. 2002. "Federal Legislation and Gun Markets: How Much Have Recent Reforms of the Federal Firearms Licensing System Reduced Criminal Gun Suppliers?" Criminology & Public Policy 1(2):151-78.

Flexible Funding for IPV Victims (Washington, D.C.) Victims

Sullivan, Cris M., Heather D. Bomsta, and Margaret A. Hacskaylo. 2019. “Flexible Funding as a Promising Strategy to Prevent Homelessness for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 34(14): 3017–3033.

Florida Adult Drug Court Model Courts

Christie, Natasha V. 2016. “Understanding the Role of Cross-Sector Collaborations on the Success of Florida’s Drug Courts.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27(2):119–137.

Florida Department of Corrections Vocational Training Programs Corrections

Johnson, C.M. 1984. “The Effects of Prison Labor Programs on Post-Release Employment and Recidivism.” PhD diss., Florida State University.

Florida Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program (DDTP) corrections

McNeece, C. Aaron. 1999. Evaluation of the Florida Department of Corrections Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Program: Final Technical Report [NCJ-194060]. Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida State University, Institute for Health and Human Services Research. NIJ Sponsored.

Florida Ready to Work (FLRTW) Corrections

Brown, Martha A., and Steve J. Rios. 2014. "Can a Workplace Credentialing Program Improve Inmate Literacy?" The Journal of Correctional Education 65(2):59-83.

Football Banning Order (UK) Law Enforcement

Hopkins, Matt. 2014. “Ten Seasons of the Football Banning Order: Police Officer Narratives on the Operation of Banning Orders and the Impact on the Behaviour of ‘Risk Supporters’.” Policing and Society 24(3): 285–301.

Forensic DNA Unit Efficiency Improvement Program (EIP) Law Enforcement

Hayeslip, David, Sara Debus-Sherrill, and Kelly A. Walsh. 2012. Evaluation of the Forensic DNA Unit Efficiency Improvement Program. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, Justice Policy Center.

Ropero Miller, Jeri D., and Kellie Barrick. 2012. 2009 Evaluation of Forensic DNA Unit Efficiency Improvement (EIP) Program. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: RTI International,

Formal Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence (New Mexico) Corrections

Broidy, Lisa, Danielle Albright, and Kristine Denman. 2016. “Deterring Future Incidents of Intimate Partner Violence: Does Type of Formal Intervention Matter?” Violence Against Women 22(9):1113 –1133.

Fort Bend County (TX) Specials Sanctions Court Program Courts

Snell, C. 2007. Fort Bend County Community Supervision and Corrections Special Sanctions Court Program: Evaluation Report. Richmond, Texas: Fort Bend County Commission.

Fort PeckTribes Community Wellness Court Juvenile Justice

Gottlieb, K. 2005. Process and Outcome Evaluations of the Fort Peck Tribes Community Wellness Court. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Foster Parent Training (Ontario, Canada) Juvenile Justice

Nash, Jordanna, and Robert J. Flynn. 2009. "Foster-Parent Training and Foster-Child Outcomes: An Exploratory Cross-Sectional Analysis." Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 4(2):128-34.

Franklin County (Ohio) Sanctions Grid Corrections

Makarios, Matthew, Edward Latessa, and John Schwartz. 2009. Evaluation of the Franklin County Graduated Sanctions Grid, Final Report. Cincinnati, OH.: University of Cincinnati, Center for Criminal Justice Research.

Fresh Start Prisoner Reentry Program Corrections

Hunter, B.A., A.S. Lanza, M. Lawlor, W. Dyson, and D.M. Gordon. 2016. “A Strengths-Based Approach to Prisoner Reentry: The Fresh Start Prisoner Reentry Program.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 60(11):1298–1314.

Friendly Schools Friendly Families (FSFF) Juvenile Justice

Lester Leanne, Natasha Pearce, Stacey Waters, Amy Barnes. Shelley Beatty, and Donna Cross. 2017. “Family Involvement in a Whole-School Bullying Intervention: Mothers’ and Fathers’ Communication and Influence with Children.” Journal Child and Family Studies 26:2716–2727.

FRIENDS Program Juvenile Justice

Barrett, P. M., L. J. Farrell, T. H. Ollendick, and M. R. Dadds. 2006. Long-Term Outcomes of an Australian Universal Prevention Trial of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in Children and Youth: An Evaluation of the Friends Program. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 35(3), 403–11.

Friend to Friend Juvenile Justice

Leff, Stephen, Rebecca Lakin Gullan, Brooke Paskewich, Saburah Abdul-Kabir, Abbas Jawad, Michael Grossman, Melissa Munro, and Thomas Power. 2009. "An Initial Evaluation of a Culturally-Adapted Social Problem Solving and Relational Aggression Prevention Program for Urban African American Relationally Aggressive Girls." Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community 37(4):260–74.

Friends Care Corrections

Brown, Barry S., Kevin E. O'Grady, Robert J. Battjes, Eugene V. Farrell, Nikeba P. Smith, and David N. Nurco. 2001. "Effectiveness of a Stand-Alone Aftercare Program for Drug-Involved Offenders". Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 21:185-92.

Friends Outside's Positive Parenting for Incarcerated Parents Corrections

Simmons, Charlene Wear, Amanda Noble, and Marcus Nieto. 2012. "Friends Outside's Positive Parenting for Incarcerated Parents: An Evaluation." Corrections Today 74(6):45-51.

Frisks and Searches Following Traffic Stops Law Enforcement

Carroll, Leo, and M. Lilliana Gonzalez. 2014. “Out of Place: Racial Stereotypes and the Ecology of Frisks and Searches Following Traffic Stops.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(5):559–84.

From Dependency to Work (D2W) Crime Prevention

McSweeney, Tim, and Mike Hough. 2006. "Supporting Offenders with Multiple Needs: Lessons for the 'Mixed Economy' Model of Service Provision." Criminology & Criminal Justice 6(1):107-25.

Fugitive Safe Surrender Law Enforcement

Flannery, Daniel J., and Jeff M. Kretschmar. 2012. “Fugitive Safe Surrender Program Description, Initial Findings, and Policy Implications.” Criminology and Public Policy 11(3):437–59.

GANA Program Juvenile Justice

McCabe, Kristen M., May Yeh, Ann Garland, Anna Lau, and Gloris Chavez. 2005. "The GANA Program: A Tailoring Approach Adapting Parent Child Interaction Therapy for Mexican Americans." Education and Treatment of Children 28(2):111-29

Gang Reduction Program (Richmond, VA) Juvenile Justice

Cahill, Meagan, Mark B. Coggeshall, David Hayeslip, Ashley Wolff, Erica Lagerson, Michelle L. Scott, Elizabeth Davies, Kevin Roland, and Scott H. Decker. 2008. Community Collaboratives Addressing Youth Gangs: Interim Findings From the Gang Reduction Program. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Justice Policy Center.

Hayeslip, David, and Meagan Cahill. 2009. Community Collaboratives Addressing Youth Gangs: Final Evaluation Findings From the Gang Reduction Program. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Justice Policy Center.

Cahill, Meagan, and David Hayeslip. 2010. Findings From the Evaluation of OJJDP’s Gang Reduction Program. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Gender Differences in a Comprehensive Approach to Domestic Violence Victims

Muftic, Lisa R., and Jeffery A. Bouffard. 2007. “An Evaluation of Gender Differences in the Implementation and Impact of a Comprehensive Approach to Domestic Violence.” Violence Against Women 13(1):46–69.

Gender Responsive Programming in Secure Detention (Connecticut) Juvenile Justice

Day, Jacob C., Margaret A. Zahn, and Lisa P. Tichavsky. 2015. “What Works for Whom? The Effects of Gender Responsive Programming on Girls and Boys in Secure Detention.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52(1):93–129.

Gender-Responsive Community Policing (Bangladesh) Law Enforcement

Lee, Maggy, and Syed Jahangeer Haider. 2012. “A Letter from Bangladesh – Developing Gender-Responsive Community Policing in Bangladesh.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14:69–77.

Georgia DUI Court Pilot Program Courts

Meredith, Tammy. 2007. Georgia's DUI Court Programs Reduce Recidivism. Atlanta, GA: Applied Research Services, Inc.

Georgia’s Offender Reentry Transitional Center Program Corrections

Toppin, Sheila. 2015. “Program Evaluation: Georgia’s Transitional Center Program.” Justice Policy Journal 12(2):1–18.

Getting Ready for Success (Tacoma, Wash.) Juvenile Justice

Sepanik, Susan. 2012. Getting Ready for Success: Bridging the Gap Between High School and College in Tacoma, Washington. New York, NY: MDRC, National Center for Postsecondary Research Conference.

Greenbrook Initiative Victims

Banks, Duren, Nicole Dutch, and Kathleen Wang. 2008. "Collaborative Efforts to Improve System Response to Families Who Are Experiencing Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 23(7):876-902.

Geographic Community Based Prosecution Model (Philadelphia) Courts

Williams, R. Seth, and Will Stewart. 2013. Implementing a Geographic Community-Based Prosecution Model in Philadelphia [Prosecutor’s Report V]. Washington, D.C.: Association of Prosecuting Attorneys. BJA Sponsored.

Georgia Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Corrections

Moffett, Audry. 2000. Process Analysis of GDC RSAT Program, Draft Final Report [NCJ-189586]. Stone Mountain, Ga.: Wellsys Corporation. NIJ Sponsored.

Girls of the Run (GOTR) Juvenile Justice

Ullrich-French, S., A.N. Cole, and A. K. Montgomery. 2016. “Evaluation Development for a Physical Activity Positive Youth Development Program for Girls.” Evaluation and Program Planning 55:67–76.

GIS Supporting Intelligence-Led Policing Crime Prevention

Herchenrader, Tegan, and Steven Myhill-Jones. 2015. “GIS Supporting Intelligence-Led Policing.” Police Practice and Research 16(2):136–47.

Glendale (Ariz.) Smart Policing Initiative Law Enforcement

White, Michael D., and Charles M. Katz. 2013. “Policing Convenience Store Crime: Lessons from the Glendale, Arizona Smart Policing Initiative.” Police Quarterly 16(3):305–22.

White, Michael D., and Frank Balkcom. 2012. Glendale, Arizona Smart Policing Initiative: Reducing Convenience Store Theft.68. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Grafitti Reduction Initiatives (Western Australia) Juvenile Justice

Taylor, Myra F., and Umneea Khan. 2014. “What Works and What Does Not Work in Reducing Juvenile Graffiti Offending? A Comparison of Changes That Occurred in the Frequency of Persistent Graffitists’ Patterns of Offending Following the Announcement of Two Successive Initiatives Aimed at Reducing Graffiti Proliferation.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16:128–45.

Group Anger Control Training Juvenile Justice

Feindler, Eva L., Suzanna Marriott, and Margaret Iwata. 1984. "Group Anger Control Training for Junior High School Delinquents." Cognitive Therapy and Research 8(3):299–311.

Group CBT for Parents of ADHD Children (China) Juvenile Justice

Wong, Daniel F.K., Ting Kin Ng, Priscilla S.Y. Ip, Mei Ling Chung, and Joe Choi. 2018. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Group CBT for Parents of ADHD Children.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 27:227–39.

Group Schematherapy (GST) for Adolescents with Personality Disorders Juvenile Justice

Roelofs, Jeffrey, Peter Muris, Doret van Wesemael, Nick J. Broers, Ida Shaw, and Joan Farrell. 2016. “Group-Schematherapy for Adolescents: Results from a Naturalistic Multiple Case Study.” Journal of Child and Families Studies 25:2246–2257.

Group Violence Intervention Model (Newburgh, NY) Law Enforcement

Tallon, Jennifer A. 2019. Project Safe Neighborhoods: An Evaluation of the City of Newburgh’s Group Violence Intervention Model. New York, N.Y.: Center for Court Innovation.

Grow2Grow (UK) Juvenile Justice

Conway, Paula, and Jane Clatworthy. 2015. “Innovations in Practice: Grow2Grow–Engaging Hard-to-Reach Adolescents Through Combined Mental Health and Vocational Support Outside the Clinic Setting.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 20(2):112–15.

Growing Healthy Juvenile Justice

Connell, David B., and Ralph R. Turner. 1985. "The Impact of Instructional Experience and the Effects of Cumulative Instruction." Journal of School Health 55(8):324-31.

Smith, Dennis, Kerry Redican, and Larry Olsen. 1992. "The Longevity of Growing Healthy: An Analysis of the Eight Original Sites Implementing the School Health Curriculum Project." The Journal of School Health 62(3):83-87.

Smith, Dennis W., Laura C. McCormick, Allan B. Steckler, and Kenneth R. McLeroy. 1993. "Teachers Use of Health Curricula: Implementation of Growing Healthy, Project SMART, and the Teenage Health Teaching Modules." The Journal of School Health 63(8):349-54.

Guardianship in Action (GIA) Crime Prevention

Hollis-Peel, Meghan E., Danielle M. Reynald, and Brandon C. Walsh. 2011. "Guardianship and Crime: An International Comparative Study Of Guardianship In Action." Crime Law and Social Change 58:1-14.

Guided Group Interaction (GGI) Juvenile Justice

Gottfredson, Gary D. "Peer Group Interventions to Reduce the Risk of Delinquent Behavior: A Selective Review and A New Evaluation." Criminology 25(3):690–733.

Gun Buy Back (Seattle, Wash.) Law Enforcement

Callahan, Charles M., Frederick P. Rivara, and Thomas D. Koepsell. 1994. "Money for Funs: Evaluation of the Seattle Gun Buy-Back Program". Public Health Reports 109(4):472-77.

Gun Buy Back (St. Louis, Mo.) Law Enforcement

Rosenfield, Richard. 1996. "Gun Buy-Backs: Crime Control of Community Mobilization?" In M. Plotkin (ed.). Under Fire, Gun Buy-Backs, Exchanges and Amnesty Programs. Washington, D.C.: PERF.

Gun Crime Incident Review Law Enforcement

Hipple, N. K., McGarrell, E. F., O’Brien, M., and Huebner, B. M. 2017. “Gun Crime Incident Reviews as a Strategy for Enhancing Problem Solving and Information Sharing.” Journal of Crime and Justice 40(1):50–67.

Gunshot Detection Technology (CO, WI, CA) Crime Prevention

Lawrence, Daniel S., Nancy G. La Vigne, and Paige S. Thompson. 2019. Evaluation of Gunshot Detection Technology to Aid in the Reduction of Firearms Violence: Grant# 2015-R2-CX-K147. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute.

Habitat Program at Wood's Homes (Calgary, Alberta) Juvenile Justice

Stewart, Janet, Nick Todd, and Cameron Kopeck. 2010. "A Clinical Model in Action in Intensive Residential Treatment: Meeting the Needs of Adolescent Boys who have Experienced Domestic Violence." Journal of Child and Family Studies 19:419-28.

Halfway Houses in South Florida Corrections

Klein-Saffran, J. 1992. Electronic Monitoring Versus Halfway Houses: A Study of Federal Offenders. College Park, Md.: University of Maryland.

Hamilton County (Ohio) Unofficial Juvenile Community Courts Diversion Program Juvenile Justice

Beck, Victoria Simpson, Robert J. Ramsey, Judge Thomas R. Lipps, and Lawrence F. Travis III. 2006. "Juvenile Diversion: An Outcome Study of the Hamilton County, Ohio Unofficial Juvenile Community Courts." Juvenile & Family Court Journal:1-10.

Hand-held Cellphone Detectors in a Prison Setting Corrections

Russo, Joe. 2016. “Evaluating the Performance of Hand-Held Cellphone Detectors in a Prison Setting.” Corrections Today 78(2):18–21.

Shaffer, John S., and Joe Russo. 2015. Test and Evaluation of Hand-Held Cell Phone Detection Devices. Rockville, Md.: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center.

Happy Family Kitchen (Hong Kong) Juvenile Justice

Ho, Henry C.Y., Moses Mui, Alice Wan, Sunita M. Stewart, Carol Yew, Tai Hing Lam, and Sophia S. Chan. 2017. “Happy Family Kitchen: Behavioral Outcomes of a Brief Community-Based Family Intervention in Hong Kong.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:2852–2864.

HAWK (Honoring Ancient Wisdom and Knowledge: Prevention and Cessation) Juvenile Justice

Raghupathy, Shobana, and April Lea Go Forth. 2012. "The HAWK Program: A Computer-Based Drug Prevention Intervention for Native American Youth." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 38(5):461-67.

Hazing Prevention Intervention Juvenile Justice

Hakkola, Leah, Elizabeth J. Allan, and Dave Kerschner. 2019. “Applying Utilization-Focused Evaluation to High School Hazing Prevention: A Pilot Intervention.” Evaluation and Program Planning 75:61–68.

Head Start REDI (Research-based, Developmentally Informed) Juvenile Justice

Nix, R. L., K. L. Bierman, B.S. Heinrichs, S. D. Gest, J. A. Welsh, and C. E. Domitrovich. 2016. “The Randomized Controlled Trial of Head Start REDI: Sustained Effects on Developmental Trajectories of Social-Emotional Functioning.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 84(4): 310–22.

Head Start Trauma Smart (HSTS) Juvenile Justice

Holmes, Cheryl, Michelle Levy, Avis Smith, Susan Pinne, and Paula Neese. 2015. “A Model for Creating a Supportive Trauma-Informed Culture for Children in Preschool Settings.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(6):1650–1659.

Health Care Can Change from Within Model Victims

Hamberger, L. Kevin, Bruce Ambuel, Clare E. Guse, Mary Beth Phelan, Marlene Melzer-Lange, and Amy Kistner. 2014. “Effects of a Systems Change Model to Respond to Patients Experiencing Partner Violence in Primary Care Medical Settings.” Journal of Family Violence 29:581–94.

Health Services Training in Combating Intimate Partner Violence Against Women Crime Prevention

Kaplan, Sena, and Nuran Komurcu. 2017. “Evaluation of Effectiveness of Health Services Training Given with Different Methods in Combating of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Family Violence 32:69–77.

Helping Families Programme (UK) Juvenile Justice

Day, Crispin, Sascha Kowalenko, Megan Ellis, Sharon Dawe, Paul Harnett, and Stephen Scott. 2011. “The Helping Families Programme: A New Parenting Intervention for Children with Severe and Persistent Conduct Problems.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 16(3):167–71.

Stevens, Madeleine, Lucy Harris, Megan Ellis, Crispin Day, and Jennifer Beecham. 2014. “Investigating Changes in Use of Services by High-Need Families Following the Helping Families Programme, An Innovative Parenting Intervention for Children With Severe and Persistent Conduct Problems.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 19(3):185–91.

Helping the Noncompliant Child (Shanghai, China) Juvenile Justice

Yu, Jun, Mark Roberts, Yongquiang Shen, and Maria Wong. 2015. “Behavioral Family Therapy for Chinese Preschoolers with Disruptive Behavior: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(5):1192–1202.

Heroin Assisted Treatment (HAT) (UK) Drugs

Wakeman, Stephen. 2015. “Prescribing Heroin for Addiction: Some Untapped Potentials and Unanswered Questions.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 15(5):578–93.

High Intensity Training (HIT) Corrections

Jolliffe, Darrick, David P. Farrington, and Philip Howard. 2013. "How Long Did It Last? A 10-Year Reconviction Follow-up Study of High Intensity Training for Young Offenders." Journal of Experimental Criminology.

Hillsborough County (Fla.) Batterer Intervention Programs Corrections

Wareham, Jennifer, Denise Paquette Boots and Jorge M. Chavez. 2009. "Social Learning Theory and Intimate Violence Among Men Participating in a Family Violence Intervention Program." Journal of Crime & Justice 93-124.

Hillsborough County (Fla.) Truancy Intake Center (TIC) Juvenile Justice

Dembo, Richard, and Laura M. Gulledge. 2009. "Truancy Intervention Programs: Challenges and Innovations to Implementation." Criminal Justice Policy Review 20(4):437-56.

HIV Counseling and Testing (HIV-CT) for Drug-Involved Women Drugs

McMahon, James M., Enrique R. Pouget, Stephanie Tortu, Ellen M. Volpe, Leilani Torres, and William Rodriguez. 2015. “Couple-Based HIV Counseling and Testing: A Risk Reduction Intervention for US Drug-Involved Women and Their Primary Male Partners.” Prevention Science 16(2):341–51.

HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections (HIV-STIC) Corrections

Mitchell, Shannon Gwin, Jennifer Willett, Holly Swan, Laura B. Monico, Yang Yang, Yvonne O. Patterson, Steven Belenko, Robert P. Schwartz, and Christy A. Visher. 2015. “Defining Success: Insights From a Random Assignment, Multisite Study of Implementing HIV Prevention, Testing, and Linkage to Care in U.S. Jails and Prisons.” AIDS Education and Prevention 27(5):432–45.

HIV Testing Program at the Atlantic County (N.J.) Jail Corrections

Tartaro, Christine, and Marissa P. Levy. 2012. "An Evaluation of an HIV Testing Program in the Jail Setting: Results and Recommendations." The Prison Journal 93(1):57-79.

HKT-R Risk Assessment Tool (Netherlands) Corrections

Bogaerts, Stefan, Marinus Spreen, Paul Ter Horst, and Coby Gerlsma. 2018. “Predictive Validity of the HKT-R Risk Assessment Tool: Two And 5-Year Violent Recidivism in a Nationwide Sample of Dutch Forensic Psychiatric Patients.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(8):2259–70.

HKT-30 Risk Assessment Tool (Netherlands) Corrections

Lammers, Sylvia, Lot Kokkelink, and Hein deHaan. 2018. “Risk Assessment in Habitual Offenders With Substance Use Problems: A Quasi-Prospective Study of the Predictive Validity of the HKT-30.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(13):4187–4195.

HMP Grendon Underwood Therapeutic Community (TC) (UK) Corrections

Genders, Elaine, and Elaine Player. 2014. “Rehabilitation, Risk Management and Prisoners’ Rights.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 14(4):434–57.

Holistic Health Recovery Program (HHRP) Corrections

Shepherd, Jennifer L., Johnna Fandel, Rashaun Esposito, Elizabeth Pace, Mekka Banks, and Jean E. Denious. 2012. "Multidimensionality Matters: An Effective HIV, Hepatitis C, and Substance-Use Prevention Program for Minority Parolees." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51(4):199-221.

Home Detention with Electronic Monitoring (New Zealand) Corrections

Gibbs, Anita, and Denise King. 2003. "Home Detention with Electronic Monitoring: The New Zealand Experience." Criminal Justice 3(2): 199-211.

HOPE (Helping Other Partners Excel) Drugs

Jones, Hendrée E., Michelle Tuten, and Kevin E. O’Grady. 2011. “Treating the Partners of Opioid-Dependent Pregnant Patients: Feasibility and Efficacy.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 37:170–78.

Hope CDC’s Mentoring Program Juvenile Justice

Haas, Stephen M., and Erica Turley. 2011. Helping Others Pursue Excellence in Public Schools: Assessing the Impact of HOPE CDC’s Mentoring Program. Charleston, W.Va.: Criminal Justice Statistical Analysis Center.

HOPE Family Program Juvenile Justice

Lynn, Cynthia J., Mary C. Acri, Leah Goldstein, William Bannon, Nisha Beharie, and Mary M. McKay. 2014. “Improving Youth Mental Health Through Family-Based Prevention in Family Homeless Shelters.” Children and Youth Services Review 44: 243–48.

Hospital-Based Parent Education Program to Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome Juvenile Justice

Dias, Mark S. , Kim Smith, Kathy deGuehery, Paula Mazur, Veetai Li, and Michele L. Shaffer. 2005. "Preventing Abusive Head Trauma Among Infants and Young Children: A Hospital-Based, Parent Education Program". Pediatrics 115(4):470-77.

Hot Spots of Crime (Seattle, WA) Law Enforcement

Weisburd, David, Elizabeth Groff, and Sue-Ming Yang. 2014. “Understanding and Controlling Hot Spots of Crime: The Importance of Formal and Informal Social Controls.” Prevention Science 15:31–43.

Hot Spots Policing Impact Estimated by Agent-Based Simulation Law Enforcement

Weisburd, David, Anthony A. Braga, Elizabeth R. Groff, and Alese Wooditch. 2017. “Can Hot Spots Policing Reduce Crime in Urban Areas? An Agent-Based Simulation.” Criminology 55(1):137–73.

Houston (Texas) HOPE Crime Prevention

Mitchell, Megan M., Kadee L. Crandall, and Di Jia. 2019. “Hope Is Around the Corner: Determining the Effect of Neighborhood Revitalization on Crime Through an Evaluation of Houston HOPE.” Criminal Justice Policy Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0887403419828037

How-to Parenting Program (Canada) Juvenile Justice

Joussemet, Mireille, Genevieve A. Mageau, and Richard Koestner. 2014. “Promoting Optimal Parenting and Children’s Mental Health: A Preliminary Evaluation of the How-to Parenting.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 23(6):949–64.

Hualapai Wellness Court Courts

Gottlieb, Karen. 2005. Process and Outcome Evaluations of the Hualapai Wellness Court. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Houston (Texas) Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) Law Enforcement

Wells, William and Ling Wu. 2011. "Proactive Policing Effects on Repeat and Near-Repeat Shootings in Houston." Police Quarterly 14(3):298-319

Houston's (Texas) Investigative First Responder Project Law Enforcement

Kenney, Dennis Jay, Michael D. White, and Marc A. Ruffinengo. 2010. "Expanding the Role of Patrol in Criminal Investigations: Houston's Investigative First Responder Project." Police Quarterly 13(2):136-60.

I Mua Mua Ohana Program Juvenile Justice

Richard J. Kim and David S. Jackson. 2009. "Outcome Evaluation Findings of a Hawaiian Culture-Based Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Program." Psychological Services 6(1):43-55.

“I Wish the Hitting Would Stop...”: A School-Based Domestic Violence Education Program Juvenile Justice

Dahle, Thorvald O., and Carol A. Archbold. 2014. “ 'I Wish the Hitting Would Stop…' An Assessment of a Domestic Violence Education Program for Elementary Students.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(13): 2497–2508.

i-SAFE Juvenile Justice

Chibnall, Susan, Madeleine Wallace, Christine Leicht, and Lisa Lunghofer. 2006. I-SAFE Evaluation. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Idaho Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Corrections

Stohr, Mary K., Craig Hemmens, Diane Baune, Jed Dayley, Mark Gornik, Kirstin Kjaer, and Cindy Noon. 2005. Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners (RSAT) Program. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Idaho Therapeutic Communities Corrections

Jensen, Eric L. and Stephanie L. Kane. 2010. "The Effect of Therapeutic Community on Time to First Re-Arrest: A Survival Analysis." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 49:200-9.

Jensen, Eric L., and Stephanie L. Kane. 2012. "The Effects of Therapeutic Community on Recidivism Up to Four Years After Release from Prison: A Multisite Study." Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(8):1075-87.

Identifying Effective Counter-Trafficking Programs Victims

Bouche, Vanessa, Amy Farrell, and Dana Wittmer. 2015. Identifying Effective Counter-Trafficking Programs and Practices in the U.S.: Legislative, Legal, and Public Opinion Strategies that Work. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. 

Illinois Sheridan Correctional Center Therapeutic Community Corrections

Olson, David E., Jennifer Rozhon, and Mark Powers. 2009. "Enhancing Prisoner Reentry Through Access to Prison-Based and Post-Incarceration Aftercare Treatment: Experiences from the Illinois Sheridan Correctional Center Therapeutic Community." Journal of Experimental Criminology 5:299-321.

Immunoassay Urinalysis of Illicit Drug Use in Seriously Mentally Ill Outpatients Drugs

McDonell, Michael G., Frank Angelo, Andrea Sugar, Christina Rainey, Debra Srebnik, John Roll, Robert Short, and Richard K. Ries. 2011. "A Pilot Study of the Accuracy of Onsite Immunoassay Urinalysis of Illicit Drug Use in Seriously Mentally Ill Outpatients." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Use 37:137-40.

Impact Basics Victims

Rosenblum, Gianine D., and Lynn S. Taska. 2014. “Self-Defense Training as Clinical Intervention for Survivors of Trauma.” Violence Against Women 20(3):293–308.

Impact of the Antitobacco Norms (France) Juvenile Justice

Vosin, Dimitri, Jeff Stone, and Maja Becker. 2013 "The Impact of the Anti-Tobacco Norm on the Selected Mode of Dissonance Reduction." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43:57-67.

Impact of Cell Phone Videos on Perception of Police Law Enforcement

Parry, Megan M., Richard K. Moule Jr., and Lisa M. Dario. 2017. “Technology-Mediated Exposure to Police-Citizen Encounters: A Quasi-Experimental Assessment of Consequences for Citizen Perceptions.” Justice Quarterly 36(3): 412–36.

Impact of Residential Placement on Aggregate Delinquency Juvenile Justice

Dawkins, Marika, and Jon R. Sorensen. 2015. “The Impact of Residential Placement on Aggregate Delinquency: A State-Level Panel Study, 1997-2011.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 26(1):85–100.

Imprisonment Effect on Recidivism Corrections

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Improving Responses to People with Mental Illnesses at the Pretrial Stage Courts

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In-Clinic Intimate Partner Violence Advocate Intervention Victims

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In-House Work Assignment Corrections

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In-Prison Visitation (Canada) Corrections

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Incarcerated Individual Program (IIP) Juvenile Justice

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Increased Participation in Decision Making Among Middle Managers in Corrections Corrections

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Incredible Years Group Parent Program Juvenile Justice

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Indashyikirwa (IPV Prevention in Rwanda) Crime Prevention

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Independent Domestic Violence Advisers (IDVAs) (UK) Courts

Taylor-Dunn, Holly. 2016. “The Impact of Victim Advocacy on the Prosecution of Domestic Violence Offences: Lessons from a Realistic Evaluation.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 16(1):21–39.

Howarth, Emma, and Amanda Robinson. 2016. “Responding Effectively to Women Experiencing Severe Abuse: Identifying Key Components of a British Advocacy Intervention.” Violence Against Women 22(1):41–63.

Indiana's Community Corrections Corrections

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Individual Addiction Counseling (IAC) Drugs

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Individual Versus Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Partner-Violent Men Courts

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Individualized Release Mechanisms for Lifetime Incarcerated Offenders in Sweden Corrections

Schartmueller, Doris. 2014. “Too Dangerous to Get Out? The Use of Individualized Release Mechanisms for Lifetime Incarcerated Offenders in Sweden.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 25(4):407–31.

Individually Based Treatment for Male Alcoholics and Partner Violence Drugs

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Information-Sharing Social Media Technology (W-System) Law Enforcement

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Inhibitory Control Training for Problem Drinkers (Internet Delivery) (UK) Drugs

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Initial and Residual Deterrence Law Enforcement

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Inmate Visitation (Pennsylvania) Corrections

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InsideOut Dad Corrections

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Block, Steven, Christopher A. Brown, Louis M. Barretti, Erin Walker, Michael Yudt, and Ralph Fretz. 2014. “A Mixed-Method Assessment of a Parenting Program for Incarcerated Fathers.” The Journal of Correctional Education 65(1):50–67.

Insight Prison Project (IPP) Corrections

Silva, Fabiana, and Christopher Hartney. 2012. Evaluation of the Insight Prison Project. San Diego, Calif.: National Council on Crime & Delinquency.

Integra Mindfulness Martial Arts (MMA) Juvenile Justice

Milligan, Karen, Paul Badali, and Flavia Spiroiu. 2015. “Using Integra Mindfulness Martial Arts to Address Self-Regulation Challenges in Youth with Learning Disabilities: A Qualitative Exploration.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(3):562–75.

Integrated Arts Therapy for Young Female Offenders Juvenile Justice

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Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ICBT) Drugs

Meier, Andrea, Mark P. McGovern, Chantal Lambert-Harris, Bethany McLeman, Anna Franklin, Elizabeth C. Saunders, and Haiyi Xi. 2015. “Adherence and Competence in Two Manual-Guided Therapies for Co-occurring Substance Use and Posttraumatic Stress Disorders: Clinician Factors and Patient Outcomes.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 41(6):527–34.

Integrated Offender Management (UK) Corrections

Annison, Harry, Ben Bradford, and Eli Grant. 2015. “Theorizing the Role of 'the Brand' in Criminal Justice: The Case of Integrated Offender Management.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 15(4):387–406.

Integrated Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR-I) Corrections

Abracen, Jeffrey, Alessandra Gallo, Jan Looman, and Alasdair Goodwill. 2016. “Individual Community-Based Treatment of Offenders With Mental Illness: Relationship to Recidivism.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 31(10):1842–1858.

Intelligence-Led Policing (Britain) Crime Prevention

James, Adrian. 2014. “Forward to the Past: Reinventing Intelligence-Led Policing in Britain.” Police Practice and Research 15(1): 75–88.

Intelligence-Led Policing (Denver, Colo.) Law Enforcement

Massarotti, M. 2012. “Intelligence-led Policing: The Evaluation of the Denver Police Department’s Policy.” Journal of Applied Security Research, 7(2): 268–283.

Intelligence-Led Policing (New Zealand) Law Enforcement

Darroch, Steve, and Lorraine Mazerolle. 2015. “Intelligence-Led Policing: A Comparative Analysis of Community Context Influencing Innovation Uptake.” Policing and Society 25(1):1–24.

Intensive Home-Based Services (Hawaii) Juvenile Justice

Daleiden, Eric L., Dawn Pang, Deborah Roberts, Lesley A. Slavin, and Sarah L. Pestle. 2010. "Intensive Home Based Services Within a Comprehensive System of Care for Youth." Journal of Child and Family Studies 19:318-25.

Intensive Mental Health Program Juvenile Justice

Vernberg, Erica M., Michael C. Roberts, Anne K. Jacobs, Camille J. Randall, Bridget K. Biggs, and Joseph E. Nyre. 2008. "Outcomes and Findings of Program Evaluation for the Intensive Mental Health Program." Journal of Child and Family Studies 17:179-90.

Roberts, Michael C., Eric M. Vernberg, Bridget K. Biggs, Camille J. Randall, and Anne K. Jacobs. 2008. "Lessons Learned from the Intensive Mental Health Program: A School-based, Community Oriented Program for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances." Journal of Child and Family Studies 17:277-89.

Vernberg, Eric M., Michael C. Roberts, and Joseph E. Nyre. 2008. "The Intensive Mental Health Program: Development and Structure of the Model of Intervention for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances." Journal of Child and Family Studies 17:169-77.

Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme (England and Wales) Juvenile Justice

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Moore, Robin. 2005. "The Use of Electronic and Human Surveillance in a Multi-Modal Programme." Youth Justice 5:17-32.

Intensive Treatment Unit Programming Corrections

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Interactional Group Therapy Drugs

Litt, Mark D., Ronald M. Kadden, Ned L. Cooney, and Elise Kabela. 2003. “Coping Skills and Treatment Outcomes in Cognitive-Behavioral and Interactional Group Therapy for Alcoholism” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 71(1):118–28.

InterCSECt Screening Protocol (Clark County, Washington) Juvenile Justice

Salisbury, Emily J., Jonathan D. Dabney, and Kelli Russell. 2015. “Diverting Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation From Juvenile Detention: Development of the InterCSECt Screening Protocol.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(7):1247–1276.

Interdisciplinary Training Program (ITP) in Child Abuse and Neglect Juvenile Justice

Yamaoka, Yui, Carisa Wilsie, Elizabeth Bard, and Barbara L. Bonner. 2019. “Interdisciplinary Training Program (ITP) in Child Abuse and Neglect: Long Term Effects.” Child Abuse & Neglect 94.

Intergenerational Trauma Treatment Model (ITTM) Juvenile Justice

Copping, Valerie E., Diane L. Warling, David G. Benner, and Donald W. Woodside. 2001. "A Child Trauma Treatment Pilot Study." Journal of Child and Family Studies 10(4):467-75.

Scott, Katreena L., and Valerie E. Copping. 2008. "Promising Directions for the Treatment of Complex Childhood Trauma: The Intergenerational Trauma Treatment Model. The Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender and Victim: Treatment and Prevention 1(3):273-83.

International Arrestee Drug Abuse Program (I-ADAM) Drugs

Taylor, Bruce, Henry H. Brownstein, Charles Parry, Andreas Pluddemann, Toni Makkai, Trevor Bennett, and Katy Holloway. 2003. "Monitoring the Use of Illicit Drugs in Four Countries Through the International Drug Abuse Monitoring (I-ADAM) Program." Criminal Justice 3(3):269-86.

Internet Child Safety Materials (ICAC Task Forces) Juvenile Justice

Jones, Lisa M., Kimberly Mitchell, and Wendy A. Walsh. 2013. Evaluation of Internet Child Safety Material Used by ICAC Task Forces in School and Community Settings. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Internet-Based Mindfulness Meditation Juvenile Justice

Evans-Chase, Michelle. 2013. “Internet-Based Mindfulness Meditation and Self-Regulation: A Randomized Trial with Juvenile Justice Involved Youth.” Journal of Juvenile Justice 3(1):63–79.

Internet-Based Voucher Reinforcement Program (Fla.) Drugs

Dallery, Jesse, and Irene M. Glenn. 2005. "Effects of an Internet-Based Voucher Reinforcement Program for Smoking Abstinence: A Feasibility Study." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 38:349-57.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents Juvenile Justice

Mufson, Laura, Kristen Pollack Dorta, Priya Wichramaratne, Yoko Nomura, Mark Olfson, and Myrna M. Weissman. 2004. "A Randomized Effectiveness Trial of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents." Archives of General Psychiatry 61:577-84.

Intimate Partner Batterer Program (Spain) Crime Prevention

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Iowa Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts Courts

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Iowa Department of Corrections (IDOC) Treatment Regimen Drugs

Peters, David J., Andy Hochstetler, Matt DeLisi, and Hui-Ju Kuo. 2015. “Parolee Recidivism and Successful Treatment Completion: Comparing Hazard Models Across Propensity Methods.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31(1):149–81.

Iowa Victim Impact Panel Corrections

Crew, Benjamin Keith, and Sarah Emily Johnson. 2011. "Do Victim Impact Programs Reduce Recidivism for Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated? Findings from an Outcomes Evaluation." Criminal Justice Studies 24(2):153-63.

Jail Inreach Project (Harris County, Texas) Corrections

Brown, Carlie A., J. Scott Hickey, and David S. Buck. 2013. "Shaping the Jail Inreach Project: Program Evaluation as a Quality Improvement Measure to Inform Programmatic Decision Making and Improve Outcomes." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 24(2):435-43.

Held, Mary Lehman, Carlie Ann Brown, Lynda E. Frost, J. Scott Hickey, and David S. Buck. 2012. "Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care in Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Jail Releases With Mental Illness." Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(4):533-51.

Buck, David S., Carlie A. Brown, and J. Scott Hickey. 2011. "The Jail Inreach Project: Linking Homeless Inmates Who Have Mental Illness With Community Health Services." Psychiatric Services 62(2):120-22.

Jail Tour Program for Youthful Offenders Juvenile Justice

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Japanese Interrogation Techniques Law Enforcement

Wachi, Taeko, Kazumi Watanabe, Kaeko Yokota, Yusuke Otsuka, and Michael E. Lamb. 2016. “Japanese Interrogation Techniques From Prisoners’ Perspectives.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 43(5):617–34.

Jaws Program to Reduce Retail Theft Crime Prevention

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JEdI (Juvenile Education Initiative) (Ark.) Juvenile Justice

Kohler, Patty, and Jacque Reese. 2007. "JEdI: A New Pathway to Success for our Forgotten Youth." Journal for Juvenile Justice Services 21(1/2):43-48.

Jessica's Law Crime Prevention

Dierenfeldt, Rick, and Jennifer Varriale Carson. 2014. "Examining the Influence of Jessica’s Law on Reported Forcible Rape: A Time-Series Analysis." Criminal Justice Policy Review:1–15.

Jewish Family Services (JFS) Jail Diversion and Reentry Services for Mentally Ill Offenders Corrections

Tartaro, C. 2015. “An Evaluation of the Effects of Jail Diversion and Reentry for Mentally Ill Offenders.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 54(2):85–102.

Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Juvenile Justice

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Journey of Hope Coping with and Normalizing Emotions Juvenile Justice

Powell, Tara, and Sanna J. Thompson. 2014. “Enhancing Coping and Supporting Protective Factors After a Disaster: Findings From a Quasi-Experimental Study.” Research on Social Work Practice:1–11.

Justice in the Community (the Netherlands) Crime Prevention

Terpstra, Jan, and Inge Bakker. 2004. "'Justice in the Community' in the Netherlands: Evaluation and Discussion." Criminal Justice 4(4):375-93.

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 (JP3) Juvenile Justice

Pelletier, Annette, and Amy Russell. 2015. “Truancy Reduction and Prevention: The Impact of Provider Contact in Intervention Efficacy.” Journal of Juvenile Justice 4(2):123–32.

Juvenile Cognitive Intervention Program (Wisconsin) Juvenile Justice

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Bogestad, Anna J., Ryan J. Kettler, and Michael P. Hagan. 2009. “Evaluation of a Cognitive Intervention Program for Juvenile Offenders.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 20:1–14.

Juvenile Court Sanctioning and Rehabilitative Intervention (Florida) Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Drug Court Model and the Reclaiming Futures Model (JDC/RF) Juvenile Justice

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Korchmaros, Josephine D., Sally J. Stevens, Alison R. Greene, Monica Davis, and Rachel Chalot. 2015. “Meeting Treatment Needs: Overall Effectiveness and Critical Components of Juvenile Drug Court/Reclaiming Futures Programs.” Journal of Juvenile Justice 4(2):37–56.

Juvenile Drug Courts (Kentucky) Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts (Multi-site)-CSAT Funded Juvenile Justice

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Taylor, Liana R. 2016. “General Responsivity Adherence in Juvenile Drug Treatment Court: Examining the Impact on Substance-Use Outcome.” Journal of Drug Issues 46(1):24–40.

Ives, Melissa L., Ya-Fen Chan, Kathryn C. Modisette, and Michael L. Dennis. 2010. “Characteristics, Needs, Services, and Outcomes of Youths in Juvenile Treatment Drug Courts as Compared to Adolescent Outpatient Treatment.” Drug Court Review 7(1):10–56.

Juvenile Enhanced Treatment Services (JETS) Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Justice 101 (JJ 101) Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration's (JRA) Mentoring Program Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Residential Treatment Center Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Provider (J-SOTP) (Texas) Juvenile Justice

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Juvenile Substance Abuse Crisis Center (JSACC) Juvenile Justice

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Kansas City (Mo.) Specialized Unit for Sexual Assault Cases Courts

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Kent District's Dual System Youth Pilot Program (Wash.) Juvenile Justice

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Rinaldi, Linda, and Nancy Ashley. 2012. King County Uniting for Youth Implementation Evaluation. New York, NY: MacArthur Foundation, Models for Change.

Kentucky Methamphetamine COPS Program Law Enforcement

Vito, Anthony G., George Higgins, William Walsh, and Gennare Vito. 2012. The Threat of Methamphetamine Use and Production: Evaluation Results from a Kentucky Law Enforcement Programme. Louisville, KY.: University of Louisville, Department of Justice Administration.

Kentucky's Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS) Program Corrections

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Key Registration Laws Corrections

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King County (Wash.) Mediation Pilot Juvenile Justice

Summers, Alicia, Steve Wood, and Jesse Russell. 2011. "Assessing Efficiency and Workload Implications of the King County Mediation Pilot." OJJDP Journal of Juvenile Justice 1(1):48-59.

Kirkholt Burglary Prevention Project (England) Crime Prevention

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Know Your Body Juvenile Justice

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Know-Your-Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign Victims

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Potter, Sharyn J., and Jane G. Stapleton. 2013. “Bystander Social Marketing Campaign: Its Impact Four Weeks Later.” Sexual Assault Report 16(5):65–77.

L-Tetrahydropalamatine to Treat Cocaine Addiction Drugs

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Late Night Liquor Trading Lockout Legislative Provision (Australia) Crime Prevention

Palk, Gavan, Jeremy Davey, James Freeman, and Hannah Morgan. 2012. "Perspectives on the Effectiveness of the Late Night Liquor Trading Lockout Legislative Provision." Criminal Justice Policy Review 23(4):465-92.

Late Night Penn State (LNPS) Alcohol Program Juvenile Justice

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Law Enforcement Advocate Program (Denver, Colo.) Law Enforcement

Rajaee, Lilas, Julie Madden Rodriguez, Lt. Steven Addison, Stuart Readio, and Wendy Longwood. 2013. "Law Enforcement Advocate Program: An Interagency Collaboration to Enhance Community-Police Relations and Improve Outcomes for Substance-Using Offenders." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 64(2):17-33.

Legislations Targeting Sex Offenders Crime Prevention

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Licensing Act 2003 (England and Wales) Crime Prevention

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Linda Ray Intervention Program (LRIP) Juvenile Justice

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Claussen, Angelika H., Keith G. Scott, Peter C. Mundy, and Lynne Katz. 2004. “Effects of Three Levels of Early Intervention Services on Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine.” Journal of Early Intervention 26(3):204–20.

Bono, Katherine E., Laura Dinehart, Angelika Claussen, Keith Scott, Peter Mundy, and Lynne Katz. 2005. “Early Intervention with Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine: Expansion with Multiple Cohorts.” Journal of Early Intervention 27(4):268–84.

Lions Quest Working Towards Peace Juvenile Justice

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Living Life to the Full (LLTTF) (UK) Juvenile Justice

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Local Court Process Reform (Australia) Courts

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Local Initiated Research Partnership (LIRP) Law Enforcement

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Lockouts (Newcastle and Geelong, England) Crime Prevention

Miller, Peter, Darren Palmer, Emma McFarlane, and Ashlee Curtis. 2014. “Key Stakeholder Views of Venue Lockouts in Newcastle and Geelong.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16:38–53.

Long-term Residential Treatment Programs for Women Drugs

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Clark, H. Westley. 2001. “Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Children: Treatment and Policy Implications.” Child Welfare 80(2):179–98.

Porowski, Allan W., Kenneth Burgdorf, and James M. Herrell. 2004. “Effectiveness and Sustainability of Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Women.” Evaluation and Program Planning 27:191–98.

Los Angeles (Calif.) Jail Overcrowding Reduction Project Corrections

Vera Institute of Justice. 2011. Los Angeles County Jail Overcrowding Reduction Project, Final Report: Revised. Los Angeles, CA: Vera Institute of Justice, Center on Sentencing and Corrections.

Los Angeles County (Calif.) Juvenile Drug Treatment Boot Camps Juvenile Justice

Zhang, Sheldon X. 2001. Evaluation of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Drug Treatment Boot Camp, Final Report. San Marcos, CA: California State University, Department of Sociology.

Louisiana's Child Rape Law Courts

West, Angela D. 2002. "Death as Deterrent or Prosecutorial Tool? Examining the Impact of Louisiana's Child Rape Law." Criminal Justice Policy Review 13:156-91.

Lowell (Mass.) Smart Policing Initiative Law Enforcement

Bond, Brenda J., Lauren Hajjar, and Michael White. 2014. Lowell, Massachusetts Smart Policing Initiative: Reducing Property Crime in Targeted Hot Spots. Washington, D.C.: SMART Policing Initiative.

Bond, Brenda J., and Lauren Hajjar. 2013. “Measuring Congruence between Property Crime Problems and Response Strategies: Enhancing the Problem-solving Process.” Police Quarterly 16(3):323–38.

Lucas County (Ohio) Juvenile Court and Detention Reform Juvenile Justice

DeMuro, Paul. 2003. "Good News from Toledo: Real Improvements in Detention." Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services 18(2):79–91.

Lummi Nation's Community Mobilization Against Drugs Initiative Drugs

Joe, Jennie R., Jeanette Hassin, Xenia King, Robert S. Young, Darlene Lopez,Danita Washington, and Evelyn Jefferson. 2008. Final Report: Participatory Evaluation of the Lummi Nation’s Community Mobilization Against Drugs Initiative/Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Demonstration Project. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, Native American Research and Training Center. NIJ Sponsored.

Magen Prison (Mind and Body Center) Corrections

Einat, T. 2017. “The Wounded Healer: Self-Rehabilitation of Prisoners Through Providing Care and Support to Physically and Mentally Challenged Inmates.” Journal of Crime and Justice 40(2):204–21.

Mall Surveillance (Ankara, Turkey) Crime Prevention

Akinci, Guliz Mugan. 2015. “The Purposes and Meanings of Surveillance: A Case Study in a Shopping Mall in Ankara, Turkey.” Security Journal 28(1):39–53.

Managing for Results Mandate (Alabama, Vermont, and Virginia) Corrections

Moynihan, Donald P. 2005. "The Impact of Managing for Results Mandates in Corrections: Lessons From Three States." Criminal Justice Policy Review 16:18-37.

Managing Youth in Short Term Care (MYSTC) Juvenile Justice

Hurley, Kristin Duppong, Stephanie Ingram, J. Douglas Czyz, Nicholas Juliano, and Evelyn Wilson. 2006. "Treatment for Youth in Short-Term Care Facilities: The Impact of a Comprehensive Behavior Management Intervention." Journal of Child and Family Studies 15(5):617–32.

Manchester (Mass.) Gang Prevention Project Crime Prevention

Bullock, Karen, and Nick Tillet. 2008. "Understanding and Tackling Gang Violence." Crime and Crime Prevention 10:36-47.

Mano Dura Contra el Crimen [Hard Hand Against Crime] (Puerto Rico) Crime Prevention

Dinzey-Flores, Zaire Zenit. 2011. “Criminalizing Communities of Poor, Dark Women in the Caribbean: The Fight Against Crime Through Puerto Rico’s Public Housing.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13(1):53–73.

Marion County Reentry Court Program Courts

Thelin, Rachel, and Samuel Nunn. 2009. Marion County Reentry Court Program Assessment: January 2005 through September 2008. Indianapolis, Ind.: Center for Criminal Justice Research.

Maryland Opportunities Through Vouchers Experiment (MOVE) Corrections

Kirk, David S., Geoffrey C. Barnes, Jordan M. Hyatt, and Brook W. Kearley. 2018. “The Impact of Residential Change and Housing Stability on Recidivism: Pilot Results From the Maryland Opportunities Through Vouchers Experiment (MOVE).” Journal of Experimental Criminology 14(2):213–26.

Maryland Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Corrections

Taxman, Faye S., Rebecca Silverman, and Jeffrey A. Bouffard. 2000. “Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) in Prison: Evaluation of the Maryland RSAT Program.” College Park, Md.: University of Maryland. NIJ Sponsored.

Maryland Teen Courts Juvenile Justice

Administrative Office of the Courts. 2013. Multijurisdictional Teen Court Evaluation: A Comparative Evaluation of Three Teen Court Models. State Justice Institute.

Massachusetts Batterer Intervention Programs Victims

Rothman, Emily F., Jhumka Gupta, Carlene Pavlos, Quynh Dang, and Paula Coutinho. 2007. "Batterer Intervention Program Enrollment and Completion Among Immigrant Men in Massachusetts." Violence Against Women 13(5):527-43.

Massachusetts Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Corrections

Rocheleau, Ann Marie, Amy Mennerich, Diana Brensilber, and Lori-Ann Landry. 2000. Barnstable House of Correction Residential Substance Abuse Treatment: A Process Evaluation. Cambridge, Mass.: BOTEC Analysis Corporation. NIJ Sponsored.

Mayo Clinic Department of Psychiatry and Psychology Social Skills Groups Juvenile Justice

Sim, Leslie, Stephen P. Whiteside, Carrie A. Dittner, and Michael Mellon. 2006. "Effectiveness of a Social Skills Training Program with School Age Children: Transition to the Clinical Setting." Journal of Child and Family Studies 15:409-18.

McNeil Program (Wash.) Corrections

Lovell, David, David Allen, Clark Johnson, and Ron Jemelka. 2001. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Residential Treatment for Prisoners with Mental Illness." Criminal Justice and Behavior 28(1):83-104.

Media Campiagns Addressing Substance Influence Juvenile Justice

Slater, Michael D., Kathleen Kelly, Frank Lawrence, Linda Stanley, and Maria Comello. 2011. "Assessing Media Campaigns Linking Marijuana Non-Use with Autonomy and Aspirations: "Be Under Your Own Influence" and ONDCP's "Above the Influence." Prevention Science 12:12–22.

Meditation in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Drugs

Temme, Leslie J., Judy Fenster, and Geoffrey L. Ream. 2012. "Evaluation of Meditation in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency." Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 12:264-81.

Meditation on the Soles of the Feet Corrections

Singh, Nirbhay N., Giulio E. Lancioni, Alan S. W. Winton, Ashvind N. Singh, Angela D. Adkins, and Judy Singh. 2008. "Clinical and Benefit-Cost Outcomes of Teaching a Mindfulness-Based Procedure to Adult Offenders With Intellectual Disabilities." Behavior Modification 32(5):622-37.

Adkins, Angela D., Ashvind N. Singh, Alan S. W. Winton, Gerald F. McKeegan, and Judy Singh. 2010. "Using a Mindfulness-Based Procedure in the Community: Translating Research to Practice." Journal of Child and Family Studies 19:175-83.

Singh, Nirbhay N., Robert G. Wahler, Angela D. Adkins, and Rachel E. Myers. 2003. "Soles of the Feet: A Mindfulness-based Self-control Intervention for Aggression by an Individual With Mild Mental Retardation and Mental Illness." Research in Developmental Disabilities 24:158-69.

Memphis (Tenn.) Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Law Enforcement

Davidson, Megan L. 2014. "A Criminal Justice System–Wide Response to Mental Illness: Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Memphis Crisis Intervention Team Training Curriculum Among Law Enforcement and Correctional Officers." Criminal Justice Policy:1–30.

Mental Health Consultation for Young Children with Challenging Behaviors Juvenile Justice

Deborah F. Perry, Deborah F., Clare Dunne, LaTanya McFadden, and Doreen Campbell. 2008. "Reducing the Risk for Preschool Expulsion: Mental Health Consultation for Young Children with Challenging Behaviors." Journal of Child and Family Studies 17:44-54.

Mental Health Courts (Oklahoma) Courts

Bullard, Chelsea Elizabeth, and Ron Thrasher. 2016. “Evaluating Mental Health Court by Impact on Jurisdictional Crime Rates.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27(3):227–46.

Mental Health Intervention Team (MHIT) (New South Wales) Law Enforcement

Herrington, Victoria, and Rodney Pope. 2014. “The Impact of Police Training in Mental Health: An Example From Australia.” Policing and Society 24(5):501–22.

Mental Illness-Chemical Abuse (MICA) Program at Oshkosh Correctional Institution (Wis.) Corrections

Van Stelle, Kit R., and D. Paul Moberg. 2000. Outcome Evaluation of the Wisconsin Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program: The Mental Illness-Chemical Abuse (MICA) Program at Oshkosh Correctional Institution 1998-2000 (NCJ-186190). Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School, Department of Preventive Medicine, Center for Health Policy and Program Evaluation.

Van Stelle, Kit R., and D. Paul Moberg. 2004. “Outcome Data for MICA Clients After Participation in an Institutional Therapeutic Community.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 39(1):37–62.

Mental Strength Training (MST) for Dutch Police Officers Law Enforcement

van der Meulen, Erik, Mark W. G. Bosmans, Kim M. E. Lens. Esmah Lahlah, and Peter G. van der Velden. 2017. “Effects of Mental Strength Training for Police Officers: A Three-Wave Quasi-Experimental Study.” Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 33(4):385–97.

Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program (MEDP) Juvenile Justice

Jarjoura, G. Roger, Manolya Tanyu, Janet Forbush, Carla Herrera, and Thomas E. Keller. 2018a. Evaluation of the Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program: Technical Report. Washington, D.C.: American Institutes for Research.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, Manolya Tanyu, Janet Forbush, Carla Herrera, and Thomas E. Keller. 2018b. Evaluation of the Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program: Appendices to Technical Report. Washington, D.C.: American Institutes for Research.

Mentoring for Youthful Offenders on Probation (Southwest) Juvenile Justice

Tapia, Mike, Leanne Fiftal Alarid, and Arturo Enriquez. 2013. "Court-Ordered Mentoring Programs for Adjudicated Juveniles: When Should Youth be Referred?" Justice Policy Journal (10)2:1-18.

Mentoring Initiative for System-Involved Youth (MISY) Juvenile Justice

Hart-Johns, Martha, Matthew Courser, and Hilary Kirk. 2017. Lessons Learned and Implications From a Cross-Site Evaluation of Mentoring with System-Involved Youth. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Courser, Matthew, and Hilary Kirk. 2017. Mentoring Initiative for System-Involved Youth (MISY). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Mentoring Toward College (MTC) Juvenile Justice

Brezina, Timothy, Gabriel Kuperminc, and Erdal Tekin. 2016. Future Selves, Motivational Capital, and Mentoring Toward College: Assessing the Impact of an Enhanced Mentoring Program for At-Risk Youth. Grant#2012-50614-GA-JU. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Metal Detector Use In School Juvenile Justice

Hankin, Abigail, Marci Hertz, and Thomas Simon. 2011. “Impacts of Metal Detector Use in Schools: Insights From 15 Years of Research.” Journal of School Health 81(2):100–06

Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council (Metro-LEC) Law Enforcement

Schnobrich-Davis, Julie. 2014. “A Case Study of a Law Enforcement Council: Economy of Scale and Scope or Too Costly for Agencies?” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16:189–204.

Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center (MI-YVPC) Intervention Juvenile Justice

Heinze, Justin, Thomas M. Reischl, Mengqiao Bai, Jessica S. Roche, Susan Morrel-Samuel, Rebecca M. Cunningham, and Marc A. Zimmerman. 2015 “A Comprehensive Prevention Approach to Reducing Assault Offenses and Assault Injuries among Youth.” Prevention Research 17:167–76.

Military Service on Criminal Offending (The Netherlands) Crime Prevention

Van Schellen, Marieke, Robert Apel, and Paul Nieuwbeerta. 2012. “The Impact of Military Service on Criminal Offending Over the Life Course: Evidence From A Dutch Conviction Court.” Journal of Experimental Criminology 8(2):135–64.

Mind Body Awareness Project Juvenile Justice

Barnert, Elizabeth S., Samuel Himelstein, Sarah Herbert, Albert Garcia-Romeu, and Lisa Chamberlain. 2014. “Innovations in Practice: Exploring an Intensive Mediation Intervention for Incarcerated Youth.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 19(1):69–73.

Mindful Yoga - Preschool Children Juvenile Justice

Razza, Rachel A., Dessa Bergen-Cico, and Kimberly Raymond. 2015. “Enhancing Preschoolers' Self-Regulation Via Mindful Yoga.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(2):372–85.

Mindfulness Based Intervention for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Juvenile Justice

Van der Gucht, Jana Glas, Lucia De Haene, Peter Kuppens, and Filip Rae. 2019. “A Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors: A Pilot Study with Mixed Methods Evaluation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 28:1084–1093.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Juvenile Justice

Lewallen, Andrea C., and Cameron L. Neece. 2015. “Improved Social Skills in Children with Developmental Delays After Parent Participation in MBSR: The Role of Parent–Child Relational Factors.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(10):3117–3129.

Mindfulness Training for Adolescents and Parents Juvenile Justice

van de Weijer-Bergsma, Eva, Anne R. Formsma, Esther I. de Bruin, and Susan M. Bogels. 2012. "The Effectiveness of Mindfulness Training on Behavioral Problems and Attentional Functioning in Adolescents with ADHD." Journal of Child and Family Studies 21:775-87.

Mindfulness Training for Mothers and Parent-Mediated Mindfulness Training for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Problem Behaviors Juvenile Justice

Hwang, Yoon-Suk, Patrick Kearney, Helen Klieve, Wayne Lang, and Jacqueline Roberts. 2015. “Cultivating Mind: Mindfulness Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Problem Behaviours, and Their Mothers.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(10):3093–3106.

Mindfulness Training for Parents and Children with ADHD Juvenile Justice

Singh, Nirbhay N., Ashvind N. Singh, Giulio E. Lancioni, Judy Singh, Alan S. W. Winton, and Angela D. Adkins. 2010. "Mindfulness Training for Parents and Their Children With ADHD Increases the Children's Compliance." Journal of Child and Family Studies 19:157-66.

Mindfulness-Based and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Anger Management Program Juvenile Justice

Pellegrino, Brett. 2012. Evaluating the Mindfulness-Based and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Anger Management Program. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Kelly, Jeffrey R. 2007. Mindfulness-Based and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Anger-Management: An Integrated Approach. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Mindfulness-Based Intervention with Incarcerated Adolescents Juvenile Justice

Himelstein, Samuel, Arthur Hastings, Shauna Shapiro, and Myrtle Heery. 2012. “A Qualitative Investigation of the Experience of a Mindfulness-Based Intervention with Incarcerated Adolescents.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 17(4):231–37.

Minneapolis (Minn.) HEALS Initiative Law Enforcement

Kennedy, David M., and Anthony Braga. 1998. "Homicide in Minneapolis." Homicide Studies 2(3):263-90.

Minnesota Adolescent Community Cohort Juvenile Justice

Forster, Jean, Vincent Chen, Cheryl Perry, John Oswald, and Michael Willmorth. 2011. "The Minnesota Adolescent Community Cohort Study: Design and Baseline Results." Prevention Science 12:201–10.

Mirtazapine to Treat Cocaine Dependence Drugs

Afshar, Maryam, Clifford M. Knapp, Ofra Sarid-Segal, Eric Devine, Laurie Sickles Colaneri, Lisa Tozier, Megan E. Waters, Megan A. Putnam, and Domenic A. Ciraulo. 2012. "The Efficacy of Mirtazapine in the Treatment of Cocaine Dependence with Comorbid Depression." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 38:181-86.

Mirtazapine to Treat Morphine Dependence Drugs

Kang, Lin, Dan Wang, Bing Li, Min Hu, Ping Zhang, and Jing Li. 2008. "Mirtazapine, a Noradrenergic and Specific Serotonergic Antidepressant, Attenuates Morphine Dependence and Withdrawal in Sprague-Dawley Rats." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 34:541-52.

Graves, Steven M., Amanda L. Persons, Jennifer L. Riddle, and T. Celeste Napier. 2012. "The Atypical Antidepressant Mirtazapine Attenuates Expression of Morphine-induced Place Preference and Motor Sensitization." Brain Research 1472:45-53.

Missouri Drug Courts Courts

Dannerbeck, A., G. Harris, P. Sundet, and K. Lloyd 2006. “Understanding and Responding to Racial Differences in Drug Court Outcomes.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 5(2): 1–22.

Missouri Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 1995 Juvenile Justice

D'Angelo, Jill, and Michael P. Brown. 2008. "Missouri Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 1995: A Comparison of Case Outcomes for 1994 and 2000." Criminal Justice Policy Review 19:314-32.

Missouri Model of Rehabilitation Juvenile Justice

Mendel, Richard A. 2010. The Missouri Model: Reinventing the Practice of Rehabilitating Youthful Offenders. Baltimore, MD.: Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Department of Social Services. 2003. Missouri's Division of Youth Services, Programs and Services. Jefferson City, MO.: Department of Social Services, Division of Youth Services.

Missouri Department of Social Services. 2007. Division of Youth Services Annual Report. Jefferson City, MO.: Department of Social Services, Division of Youth Services.

Mitigating Invasive Airport Screening Practices Crime Prevention

Hasisi, Badi, Yoram Margalioth, Tal Johnathan-Zamir, Gali Perry, Roei Zamir, and Noam Haviv. 2020. “Mitigating the Consequences of Invasive Security Practices: A Quasi-Experiment in an International Airport.” Journal of Experimental Criminology Online First .

Mobile Technology Acceptance Model (M-TAM) Law Enforcement

Lindsay, Rachael, Thomas W. Jackson, and Louise Cooke. 2014. “Empirical Evaluation of a Technology Acceptance Model for Mobile Policing.” Police Practice and Research 15(5):419–36.

Modafinil and CBT to Treat Methamphetamine Dependence Drugs

McElhiney, Martin C., Judith G. Rabkin, Richard Rabkin, and Edward V. Nunes. 2009. "Provigil (Modafinil) Plus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Methamphetamine Use in HIV+ Gay Men: A Pilot Study." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 35:34-37.

Model Policy on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence (Fla.) Law Enforcement

Oehme, Karen, and Annelise Martin. 2011. "A Practical Plan For Prevention and Intervention: Florida's New Model Policy on Officer-involved Domestic Violence." Criminal Justice Studies 24(4):395-408.

Moderate Intensity Family Violence Prevention Program (MIFVPP) Corrections

Conners, Angela D., Jeremy F. Mills, and Andrew L. Gray. 2011. "An Evaluation of Intimate Partner Violence Intervention with Incarcerated Offenders." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 27(6):1176-96

ModerateDrinking.com Drugs

Hester, Reid. K, Harold D. Delaney and William Campbell. 2011. "ModerateDrinking.com and Moderation Management: Outcomes of a Randomized Clinical Trial With Non-Dependent Problem Drinkers." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 79(2):215-24.

Mothers Overcoming Violence through Education and Empowerment (MOVE) Victims

Macy, Rebecca J., Dania M. Ermentrout, and Cynthia F. Rizzo. 2012 “An Innovative Program for Justice-Involved Partner Violence Victims: ‘No Man is Worth Me Getting Locked Up’.” Journal of Family Violence 27:453–64.

Montana Drug Courts Courts

Conley, Timothy B., Hayley Allen-Blakney, and Elisabeth Stoeckel. 2013. “The Development of a Standardized Drug Court Data System in the Rural Western State of Montana.” Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 13(2):127–42.

Montana's 24/7 Sobriety Program Corrections

Midgette, Gregory, and Beau Kilmer. 2015. The Effect of Montana’s 24/7 Sobriety Program on DUI Re-Arrest. Insights from a Natural Experiment with Limited Administrative Data. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment.

Mothers and Babies Course Corrections

Munoz, R. F., H.N., Le, C.G. Ippen, M.A. Diaz, G.G. Urizar, J. Soto, T. Mendelson, K. Delucchi, and A.F. Lieberman. 2007. “Prevention of Postpartum Depression in Low-Income Women: Development of the Mamas y Bebes/Mothers and Babies Course.” Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 14:70–83.

Le, H.N., D.F. Perry, and E.A. Stuart. 2011. “Randomized Controlled Trial of a Preventive Intervention for Perinatal Depression in High-Risk Latinas.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 79(2):135–41.

Mendelson, T., J.A. Leis, D. F. Perry, E.A. Stuart, and S.D. Tandon. 2013. “Impact of a Preventive Intervention for Perinatal Depression on Mood Regulation, Social Support, and Coping.” Archives of Women’s Mental Health 16:211–18.

Tandon, S.D., J.A. Leis, T. Mendelson, D.F. Perry, and K. Kemp. 2014. “Six-Month Outcomes From a Randomized Controlled Trial to Prevent Perinatal Depression in Low-Income Home Visiting Clients.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 18:873–81.

Motivational Counseling for Court Referred Youth Juvenile Justice

Nirenberg, Ted, Janette Barid, Richard Longabaugh, and Michael Mello. 2013. “Motivational Counseling Reduces Future Police Charges in Court Referred Youth.” Accident and Analysis Prevention 53:89–99.

Motivational Enhancement for Batterers (Canada) Courts

Scott, Katreena, Colin King, Holly McGinn, and Narges Hosseini. 2011. “Effects of Motivational Enhancement on Immediate Outcomes of Batterer Intervention.” Journal of Family Violence 26:139–49.

Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) for Street Living Youth Juvenile Justice

Carmona, Jasmin, Natasha Slesnick, Xiamei Guo, and Amber Letcher. 2014. “Reducing High Risk Behaviors Among Street Living Youth: Outcomes of an Integrated Prevention Intervention.” Children and Youth Services Review 43:118–23.

Motivational Interviewing and Behavioral Activation (MI & BA) Drugs

Lindholm, L. H., K. Antti, A. Lassila, and O. Kampman. 2015. “Early Assessment of Implementing Evidence-Based Brief Therapy Interventions Among Secondary Service Psychiatric Therapists.” Evaluation and Program Planning 52:182–88.

Motivational Interviewing with Patient Choice (MI-PC) for Alcohol and Cocaine Dependence Drugs

McKay, J. R., D. H. A. Van Horn, D.W. Oslin, D. DePhilippis, M. L. Drapkin, K.G. Lynch, and M. Ivey. 2015. “Patient Choice in an Adaptive Sequential Randomization Trial of Treatment for Alcohol and Cocaine Dependence.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(6):102–1032.

Moving On/Action for Children (Scotland) Juvenile Justice

Nugent, Briege. 2015. “Reaching the 'Hardest to Reach'.” Youth Justice 15(3):271–85.

Multi-Faceted, School-Based Health Intervention Program (Alabama) Juvenile Justice

Morgan, Ali Z., Pamela Ulrich, Karla B. Simmons, Sareen S. Gropper, Linda Jo Connell, Mary Katherine Daniels, Elizabeth Latham, and Margaret K. Keiley. 2014. “Effectiveness of a Multi-Faceted, School-Based Health Intervention Program With 4th Graders in Alabama.” Children and Youth Services Review 37: 46–54.

Multicultural Latin American Inventory of Anger Expression and Hostility (ML-STAXI) Juvenile Justice

Alcázar-Olán, Raúl, Jerry L. Deffenbacher, and Héctor Escamilla-Tecalco. 2016. “Developing a Valid Version of an Inventory to Measure Anger in Mexican Adolescents of Middle School Level: The ML-STAXI-MS.” Youth & Society 48(1):126–43.

Multidimensional Family Therapy-Detention to Community Juvenile Justice

Liddle, Howard A., Gayle A. Dakof, Craig Henderson, and Cindy Rowe. 2011. “Implementation Outcomes of Multidimensional Family Therapy-Detention to Community: A Reintegration Program for Drug-Using Juvenile Detainees.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 55(4):587–604.

Rowe, Cynthia L., Linda Alberga, Gayle A. Dakof, Craig E. Henderson, Rocio Ungaro, and Howard A. Liddle. 2016. “Family-Based HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Risk Reduction for Drug-Involved Young Offenders: 42-Month Outcomes.” Family Process 55(2):305–20.

Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Approach to Violence Against Women (IL) Victims

Gruenenfelder, David E., Janice R. Hill-Jordan, and Peter C. Weitzel. 2013. Multisite Evaluation of the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Approach to Violence Against Women in Illinois. Springfield, Ill.: University of Illinois at Springfield, Center for State Policy and Leadership, Institute for Legal, Legislative and Policy Studies.

Multidisciplinary Team Home Run Program Juvenile Justice

Schram, Pamela J., and Larry K. Gaines. 2005. "Examining Delinquent Nongang Members and Delinquent Gang Members: A Comparison of Juvenile Probationers at Intake and Outcomes." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 3:99-115.

Multimedia Bullying Intervention Juvenile Justice

McLaughlin, Laura, John Laux,and Lisa Pescara-Kovach. 2006. "Using Multimedia to Reduce Bullying and Victimization in Third-Grade Urban Schools." Professional School Counseling 10(2):153–60.

Multimedia Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Prevention Campaign Crime Prevention

Self-Brown, Shannon, Alyssa A. Rheingold, Carole Campbell, Michael A. de Arellano. 2008. "A Media Campaign Prevention Program for Child Sexual Abuse: Community Members' Perspectives." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 23:728-43.

Multiple Opportunities to Reach Excellence (MORE) Juvenile Justice

Milam, A.J., C. Furr-Holden, M. Cooley Strickland, C. Bradshaw, and P. Leaf. "Risk for Exposure to Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs on the Route to and from School: The Role of Alcohol Outlets." Prevention Science 15:12–21.

Multisite Assessment of Five Court-Focused Elder Abuse Initiatives Courts

Steigel, Lori, and Pamela Teaster. 2011. Final Technical Report to the National Institute of Justice on "A Multi-Site Assessment of Five Court-Focused Elder Abuse Initiatives". Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) (UK) Juvenile Justice

Wells, Charles, Jai Adhyaru, Jacqueline Cannon, Moira Lamond, and Geoffrey Baruch. 2010. “Multisystemic Therapy (MST) for Youth Offending, Psychiatric Disorder, and Substance Abuse: Case Examples from a UK MST Team.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 15(3):142–49.

Multisystemic Therapy (MST)-Gang Involved Youth Offenders (MST-Gang) Juvenile Justice

Boxer, Paul, Meagan Docherty, Michael Ostermann, Joanna Kubik, and Bonita Veysey. 2017. “Effectiveness of Multisystemic Therapy for Gang-Involved Youth Offenders: One Year Follow-Up Analysis of Recidivism Outcomes.” Children and Youth Services Review 73:107–12.

Boxer, Paul, Joanna Kubik, Michael Ostermann, and Bonita Veysey. 2015. “Gang Involvement Moderates the Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Intervention for Justice-Involved Youth.” Children and Youth Services Review 52: 26–33.

Boxer, Paul. 2011. “Negative Peer Involvement in Multisystemic Therapy for the Treatment of Youth Problem Behavior: Exploring Outcome and Process Variables in ‘Realworld’ Practice.” Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 40(6):848–54.

Boxer, Paul. 2014. “Youth Gangs and Adolescent Development: New Findings, New Challenges, and New Directions: Introduction to the Special Section.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 24(2):201–03.

Boxer, Paul, Bonita Veysey, Michael Ostermann, and Joanna Kubik. 2014. “Measuring Gang Involvement in a Justice-Referred Sample of Youth in Treatment.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 13(1):41–59.

Music Composition Program at Urban Youth Detention Center Juvenile Justice

Hickey, M. 2018. “ ‘We All Come Together to Learn About Music’: A Qualitative Analysis of a 5-Year Music Program in a Juvenile Detention Facility.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. doi: 0306624X18765367

My Life My Choice (MLMC) (Boston, Mass.)  

Rothman, Emily F., Amy Farrell, and Jennifer Paruk. 2019. “Evaluation of a Multi-Session Group Designed to Prevent Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Minors: The My Life My Choice Curriculum.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi: 10.1177/0886260519865972

Rothman, Emily F., Megan Bair-Merritt, and Amy Farrell. 2019. Evaluation of a Service Provision Program for Victims of Sex Trafficking. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

NAMI Basics Program Juvenile Justice

Brister, Teri, Mary A. Cavaleri, S. Serene Olin, Sa Shen, Barbara J. Burns, and Kimberly E. Hoagwood. 2012. "An Evaluation of the NAMI Basics Program." Journal of Child and Family Studies 21:439-42.

Na'Nizhoozhi Center (NCI)'s Job Seeker Workshop (New Mexico) Drugs

Foley, K., and D. Pallas. 2010. “Effect of Job Skills Training on Employment and Job Seeking Behaviors in an American Indian Substance Abuse Treatment Sample.” Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 33(3): 181–92.

Narcotics Nuisance Abatement Unit (NNAU) Law Enforcement

Lurigio, Arthur J., Robert Davis, Thomas Regulus, Victoria Gwiasda, Susan Popkin, Mark Dantxker, Barbara Smith, and Lawrence Ovellet. 1998. "More Effective Place Management: An Evaluation of Cook County's Narcotics Nuisance Abatement Unit." Crime Prevention Studies 9:187-217.

National Arts and Youth Demonstration Project Juvenile Justice

Wright, Robin, Lindsay John, David R. Offord, and William Rowe. 2004. National Arts & Youth Demonstration Project: Highlights. Montreal, Canada: McGill University, School of Social Work.

Wright, Robin, Lindsay John, and Julia Sheel. 2007. "Lessons Learned from the National Arts and Youth Demonstration Project: Longitudinal Study of a Canadian After-School Program." Journal of Child and Family Studies 16:49–59.

National Campaign on School Violence Juvenile Justice

Mooij, Ton. 2005. "National Campaign Effects on Secondary Pupils' Bullying and Violence." British Journal of Education Psychology 75(3):489–511.

National Crime Institute Victims Law Victims

Davis, Robert C., James Anderson, Susan Howley, Carol Dorris, and Julie Whitman. 2013. No More Rights Without Remedies: An Impact Evaluation of the National Crime Victims Law Institute's Victims' Rights Clinic, Final Technical Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

National Focum on Youth Violence Prevention Juvenile Justice

Butts, Jeffrey A., Caterina Roman, and Kathleen A. Tomberg. 2012. Teaming up for Safer Cities. A Report from the Implementation Assessment of the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention. New York, N.Y.: City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Research and Evaluation Center.

National Reassurance Policing Programme (Scotland) Law Enforcement

Hamilton-Smith, Niall, Simon Mackenzie, Alistair Henry, and Catherine Davidones. 2014. “Community Policing and Reassurance: Three Studies, One Narrative.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 14(2):160–78.

Navy Sexual Assault Intervention Training (SAIT) Crime Prevention

Rau, Terri K., Lex L. Merrill, Stephanie K. McWhorter, Valerie A. Stander, Cynthia J. Thomsen, Christopher W. Dyslin, Julie L. Crouch, Mandy M. Rabenhorst, and Joel S. Milner. 2010. "Evaluation of a Sexual Assault Education/Prevention Program for Male U.S. Navy Personnel." Military Medicine 175(6):429-34.

Need–Service Matching in Substance Abuse Treatment Drugs

Cao, Dingcai, Jeanne C. Marsh, Hee-Choon Shin, and Christina M. Andrews. 2011. “Improving Health and Social Outcomes With Targeted Services in Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 37:250–58.

Neighborhood Enhancement Team (Miss.) Law Enforcement

Byxbe, Ferris R., and Philip E. Carlan. 2001. "The Neighborhood Enhancement Team: Contemporary Initiatives in Community-Oriented Policing." Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 16(1):11-19.

Neighborhood Immigration, Violence, and City-Level Immigrant Political Opportunities Crime Prevention

Lyons, Christopher J., María B. Vélez, and Wayne A. Santoro. 2013. “Neighborhood Immigration, Violence, and City-Level Immigrant Political Opportunities.” American Sociological Review 78(4): 604–32.

Neighborhood Watch (Cyprus) Crime Prevention

Mawby, R.I. 2011. “A Letter from Cyprus: Migration, Policy Transference and the Piloting of Neighbourhood Watch.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13(2):148–52.

Neighborhood Watch Program (Medford, Oregon) Crime Prevention

Greene, Shannon, John Osterholm, and Yiqian Fan. 2014. “The Effect of Neighborhood Watch Programs on Neighborhood Crime in Medford Oregon.” Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Oregon.

Neighborhood Youth Organizations (Chicago, Ill.) Juvenile Justice

Zimmerman, Gregory M., Brandon C. Welsh, and Chad Posick. 2015. “Investigating the Role of Neighborhood Youth Organizations in Preventing Adolescent Violent Offending: Evidence From Chicago.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31(4):565–93.

Neighbourhood Policing (UK) Law Enforcement

Bullock, K., and K. Sindall. 2014. “Examining the Nature and Extent of Public Participation in Neighbourhood Policing.” Policing and Society 24(4):385–404.

New Beginnings Program (Tempe, AZ) Juvenile Justice

Wolchick, Sharlene, Irwin N. Sandler, Jenn-Yun Tein, Nicole E. Mahrer, Roger E. Millsap, Emily Winslow, Clorinda Vélez, Michele M. Porter, Linda J. Luecken, and Amanda Reed. 2013. “Fifteen-Year Follow-Up of a Randomized Trial of a Preventive Intervention for Divorced Families: Effects on Mental Health and Substance Use Outcomes in Young Adulthood.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 81(4): 660–73.

Herman, Patricia M., Nicole E. Mahrer, Sharlene A. Wolchik, Michele M. Porter, Sarah Jones, and Irwin N. Sandler. 2015. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Preventive Intervention for Divorced Families: Reduction in Mental Health and Justice System Service Use Costs 15 Years Later.” Prevention Science 16(4):586–96.

New Directions (Ohio) Juvenile Justice

Pagano, Maria E., Candice M. Maietti, and Alan D. Levine. 2015. “Risk Factors of Repeated Infectious Disease Incidence Among Substance-Dependent Girls and Boys Court-Referred to Treatment.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 41(3):230–36.

New Perspectives Aftercare Program Corrections

James, Chrissy, Jessica J. Asscher, Maja Dekovic, Peter H. Van der Laan, and Geert Jan J. M. Stams. 2013. "Endeavors in an Experimental Study on the Effectiveness of an Aftercare Program in the Netherlands: Research Note." Criminal Justice Policy Review 24:123-38.

New South Wales Youth Drug Court Juvenile Justice

Eardley, Tony, Justin McNab, Karen Fisher, Simon Kozlina, Jude Eccles, and Mardi Flick. 2003. Evaluation of the New South Wales Youth Drug Court Pilot Program. Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales, Social Policy Research Centre.

New South Wales Police Anti-Terrorist/Counter Radicalization Strategy (Australia) Law Enforcement

Dunn, Kevin Mark, Rosalie Atie, Michael Kennedy, Jan A. Ali, John O’Reilly, and Lindsay Rogerson. 2015. “Can You Use Community Policing for Counter Terrorism? Evidence from NSW, Australia.” Police Practice and Research 17(3):196–211.

New Start (Denmark) Juvenile Justice

Søgaard, Thomas Friis, Torsten Kolind, Birgitte Thylstrup, and Ross Deuchar. 2016. “Desistance and the Micro-Narrative Construction of Reformed Masculinities in a Danish Rehabilitation Centre.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 16(1):99–118.

New York City's (NY) Charter Schools Juvenile Justice

Hoxby, Caroline M., Jenny Kang, and Sonali Murarka. 2009. Technical Report: How New York City Charter Schools Affect Achievement. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research.

New York City's (NY) Small Public Schools of Choice Juvenile Justice

Bloom, Howard S., and Rebecca Unterman. 2012. Sustained Positive Effects on Graduation Rates Produced by New York City's Small Public High Schools of Choice. New York, NY: MDRC Research.

New York Police Department Container Inspection Program Crime Prevention

Wright, Eugene L. 2013. “Program Analysis of the NYPD Container Inspection Program.” Criminal Justice Studies 26(1):133–38.

Newborn Screen for Predicting Out-of-Home Placement (Canada) Juvenile Justice

Brownell, Marni D., Mariette Chartier, Robert Santos, Wendy Au, Noralou P. Roos, and Darlene Girard. 2011. "Evaluation of a Newborn Screen for Predicting Out-of-Home Placement." Child Maltreatment 16(4):239-49.

Nexafed (Impede Technology) Drugs

Brzeczko, Albert W., Ronald Leech, and Jeffrey G. Stark. 2013. “The Advent of a New Pseudoephedrine Product to Combat Methamphetamine Abuse.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 39(5):284–90.

Nobody's Perfect Program Juvenile Justice

Kennett, Deborah J., and Gail Chislett. 2012. "The Benefits of an Enhanced Nobody's Perfect Parenting Program for Child Welfare Clients Including Non-Custodial Parents." Children and Youth Services Review 34:2081-87.

Skrypnek, Berna J., and Julianna Charchun. 2009. An Evaluation of the Nobody's Perfect Parenting Program. Edmonton, AB: Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs.

Vollman, Ardene Robinson, Lynn Corcoran, Elaine M. Williams, Crystal Koch, and Sandra C. Tenove. 2001. Nobody's Perfect Program Review. Calgary, AB: Ardene Robinson Vollman, RN, PhD Health Consultant.

Kennett, Deborah J., Gail Chislett, and Ashley L. S. Olver. 2012. "A Reappraisal of the Nobody's Perfect Program." Journal of Child and Family Studies 21:228-36.

Rootman, Irving, Michael Goodstadt, Nancy Weir, Safoura Moazami, Victoria Barr, and Gordon Walsh. 1998. An Evaluation of the Nobody's Perfect Parenting Program in Ontario. Ottawa, Ontario: Ministry of Health, Health Policy Branch and Public Health Branch.

Chislett, Gail, and Deborah J. Kennett. 2007. "The Effects of the Nobody's Perfect Program on Parenting Resourcefulness and Competency." Journal of Child and Family Studies 16:473-82.

Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services and Support Victims

Lyon, Eleanor, Jill Bradshaw, and Anna Menard. 2012. Meeting Survivor's Need Through Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services & Supports: Results of a Multi-State Study. Final Study. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Nonviolent Resistance (NVR) Parenting Groups (UK) Juvenile Justice

Newman, Mary, Catrin Fagan, and Rebecca Webb. 2014. “Innovations in Practice: The Efficacy of Nonviolent Resistance Groups in Treating Aggressive and Controlling Children and Young People: A Preliminary Analysis of Pilot NVR Groups in Kent.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 19(2):138–41.

North Carolina's Automated Victim Notification Program Victims

Larsen, C., and L.D. Yearwood. 2004. Notifying and Informing Victims of Crime: An Evaluation of North Carolina’s SAVAN System, Executive Summary and Full Report. North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission.

North Vancouver (British Columbia) Foot Patrol Law Enforcement

Andresen, Martin A., and Nicolas Malleson. 2014. “Police Foot Patrol and Crime Displacement: A Local Analysis.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30(2):186–99.

Northern Ireland Police Reform (Community Policing) Law Enforcement

Martin, Margaret E. 2006. "Restoring Justice Through Community Policing: The Northern Ireland Case." Criminal Justice Policy Review 17(3):314-29.

Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force Law Enforcement

Brewer, Thomas W., Eric Jefferis, Fredrick Butcher, Kent State University, and Todd D. Wiles. 2007. "A Case Study of the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force." Criminal Justice Policy Review 18(2):200-20.

NSW Domestic Violence Intervention Court Model (DVICM) Victims

Rodwell, Laura, and Nadine Smith. 2008. An Evaluation of the NWS Domestic Violence Intervention Court Model. Sydney, Australia: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research.

Birdsey, Emma M., and Nadine Smith. 2012. The Domestic Violence Intervention Court Model: A Follow-up Study. Sydney, Australia: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research.

Nunaway Intervention Program Victims

Bounds, Dawn T., Laurel D. Edinburgh, Louis F. Fogg, and Elizabeth M. Saeywc. 2019. “A Nurse Practitioner-Led Intervention for Runaway Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted or Sexually Exploited: Effects on Trauma Symptoms, Suicidality, and Self-Injury.” Child Abuse and Trauma 90:99–107.

Ocean Tides (Rhode Island) Juvenile Justice

Van Wyk, Judy A. 2017. Assessing a Residential Treatment Program in the Context of Rhode Island’s Juvenile Justice Reforms. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Offence Re-Enactments for Sexual Offenders (UK) Corrections

Webster, Stephen D., Louise E. Bowers, Ruth E. Mann, and Williams L. Marshall. 2005 “Developing Empathy in Sexual Offenders: The Value of Offence Re-Enactments.” Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 17(1):63–77.

Offender Workforce Development Specialists Corrections

Lichtenberger, Eric. 2012. “Offender Workforce Development Specialists and Their Impact on the Post-Release Outcomes of Ex-Offenders.” Federal Probation 76(3).

Ohio's Automated Rx Reporting System (OARRS) Drugs

Baehren, David F., Catherine A. Marco, Danna E. Droz, Sameer Sinha, E. Megan Callan, and Peter Akpunonu. 2010. “A Statewide Prescription Monitoring Program Affects Emergency Department Prescribing Behaviors.” Annals of Emergency Medicine 56(1):19–23.

Ohio's Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice (BHJJ) Initiative Juvenile Justice

Kretschmar, Jeff M., Fredrick Butcher, Daniel J. Flannery, and Mark I. Singer. 2014. "Diverting Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth With Behavioral Health Issues From Detention: Preliminary Findings From Ohio’s Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice (BHJJ) Initiative." Criminal Justice Policy Review:1–24.

Ohio Youth Assessment System (OYAS) Juvenile Justice

Sullivan, Christopher, Clare Strange, Carrie Sullivan, Jaime Newsome, Melissa Lugo, Derek Mueller, Amber Petkus, Bryan Holmes, Holly Lonergan, and James McCafferty. 2019. Multi-Method Study on Risk Assessment Implementation and Youth Outcomes in the Juvenile Justice System: Final Technical Report. Cincinnati, Ohio: University of Cincinnati, Center for Criminal Justice Research.

Ohlhoff Skip Byron Primary Program Drugs

Polcin, Douglas L., Suzi D. Prindle, and Alan Bostrom. 2002. "Integrating Social Model Principles Into Broad-Based Treatment: Results Of A Program Evaluation." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 28(4):585-99.

Omaha (Neb.) Metro Safety Initiative Law Enforcement

Crank, John, Connie Koski, Michael Johnson, Eric Ramirez, Andrew Shelden, and Sandra Peterson. 2010. "Hot Corridors, Deterrence, and Guardianship: An Assessment of the Omaha Metro Safety Initiative." Journal of Criminal Justice 38:430-38.

One Act and HAVEN Training for Bystander Intervention Crime Prevention

Alegría-Flores, Kei, Kelli Raker, Robert K. Pleasants, Mark A. Weaver, and Morris Weinberger. 2017. “Preventing Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses: The Effect of One Act Training on Bystander Intervention.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 32(7):1103–1126.

One Family, One Judge Model (Baltimore City, Md. Juvenile Court) Juvenile Justice

Shdaimah, Corey, and Alicia Summers. 2013. "One Family, One Judge Practice Effects on Children: Permanency Outcomes on Case Closure and Beyond." Journal of Juvenile Justice 2(2):37-45.

Only You Decide Who You Are (Netherlands) Juvenile Justice

Spruit, Anouk, Claudia van der Put, Eveline van Vugt, and Geert Jan Stams. 2018. “Predictors of Intervention Success in a Sports-Based Program for Adolescents at Risk of Juvenile Delinquency.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(6):1535–55.

Open-Street CCTV in South Korea Crime Prevention

Lim, Hyungjin, Changjoo Kim, John Eck, and Jeonglim Kim. 2016. “The Crime-Reduction Effects of Open-Street CCTV in South Korea.” Security Journal 29(2):241–55.

Operation Burglary Countdown Crime Prevention

Cummings, Rick. 2005. Operation Burglary Countdown, November 2003–October 2004: Evaluation Study Final Report. Perth, Australia: Estill & Associates.

Cornish, D.B., and R.V. Clarke (eds.). 1986. The Reasoning Criminal: Rational Choice Perspectives on Offending. New York, N.Y.: Springer–Verlag.

Cummings, Rick. 2006. “ ‘What If’: The Counterfactual in Program Evaluation.” Evaluation Journal of Australasia 6(2):6–15.

Johnson, S.D., K.J. Bowers, P. Jordan, J. Mallender, N. Davidson, and A.G. Hirschfield. 2004. “Evaluating Crime Prevention Scheme Success.” Evaluation 10(3):327–48.

Operation Hyperion (Isle of Wight, U.K.) Law Enforcement

Ellis, Tom, Craig Jenkins, and Paul Smith. 2015. Evaluation of the Introduction of Personal Issue Body Worn Video Cameras (Operation Hyperion) on the Isle of Wight: Final Report to Hampshire Constabulary. Portsmouth, U.K.: University of Portsmouth, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies.

Operation Safe Corridor Crime Prevention

McLean, Sarah J., Robert E. Worden, MoonSun Kim, Tara L. Garmley, and Heidi S. Bonner. 2010. "Operation Safe Corridor: An Outcome Evaluation." Criminal Justice Policy Review 21(3):363-80.

Operation Onymous Crime Prevention

Décary-Hétu, David, and Luca Giommoni. “Do Police Crackdowns Disrupt Drug Cryptomarkets? A Longitudinal Analysis of the Effects of Operation Onymous.” Crime, Law and Social Change 67(1):55–75.

Operation Safe Streets (Del.) Law Enforcement

Garrison, Arthur H., and Maribeth Leslie Trojan. 1998. Operation Safe Streets: Implementation, Program Process, and Impact Evaluation. Wilmington, DE: Delaware Criminal Justice Council.

O'Connell, John P., Richard Harris, James Kane, and Arthur Garrison. 1998. The Impact of Operation Safe Streets on Shootings in Wilmington. Dover, DE: Delaware Statistical Analysis Center, Delaware Criminal Justice Council.

Harris, Richard J., and John P. O'Connell. 2006. Operation Safe Streets/Governor's Task Force 2005 Annual Report. Dover, DE: Office of Management and Budget, Management Services, Statistical Analysis Center.

Operation Theseus (England) Law Enforcement

Draca, Mirko, Steve Machin, and Robert Witt. 2008. "Panic on the Streets of London: Police, Crime and the July 2005 Terror Attacks." London, England: The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Draca, Mirko, Stephen Machin, and Robert Witt. 2008. "Evidence from London's "Operation Theseus"." Crime Displacement Police Interventions:359-77.

Orange County Drug Courts (Calif) Courts

Koob, Jeff, Jo Brocato, and Christine Kleinpeter. 2011. “Enhancing Residential Treatment for Drug Court Participants.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 50(5):252–71.

Kleinpeter, Christine B., Jo Brocato, Ryan Fischer, and Connie Ireland. 2009. “Specialty Groups for Drug Court Participants.” Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery 4(4):265–87.

Orange County (Fla.) Juvenile Substance Abuse Treatment Court Juvenile Justice

Applegate, Brandon K., and Shannon Santana. 2000. "Intervening with Youthful Substance Abusers: A Preliminary Analysis of a Juvenile Drug Court." The Justice System Journal 21(3):281-300.

Order Maintenance Policing (Netherlands) Crime Prevention

Steenbeek, Wouter, and Christian Kreis. 2015. “Where Broken Windows Should Be Fixed: Toward Identification of Areas at the Tipping Point.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52(4):511–533.

Out-of-Home Care (Fla.) Juvenile Justice

Yampolskaya, Svetlana, Mary Armstrong, and Roxann McNeish. 2011. "Children Placed in Out-of-Home Care: Risk Factors for Involvement with the Juvenile Justice System." Journal of Violence and Victim 26(2):231-45.

Out-of-Home Residential Stay Blended Intervention Juvenile Justice

Ringle, Jay L., Ronald W. Thompson, and Mona Way. 2015. “Reunifying Families After an Out-of-Home Residential Stay: Evaluation of a Blended Intervention.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(7):2079–2087.

Outdoor Behavioral Health Programs Juvenile Justice

Combs, Katie Massey, Matthew J. Hoag, Stephen Javorski, and Sean D. Roberts. “Adolescent Self-Assessment of an Outdoor Behavioral Health Program: Longitudinal Outcomes and Trajectories of Change.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25:3322–3330.

Overrides of Risk Classifications for Offenders on Federal Supervision Corrections

Cohen, Thomas H., Bailey Pendergast, and Scott W. VanBenschoten. 2016. “Examining Overrides of Risk Classifications for Offenders on Federal Supervision.” Federal Probation 80(1):12–21.

Oxcarbazepine to Treat Benzodiazepine Dependence Drugs

Croissant, Bernhard, Martin Grosshans, Alexander Diehl, and Karl Mann. 2008. "Oxcarbazepine in Rapid Benzodiazepine Detoxification." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 34:534-40.

Oxford House Drugs

Callahan, Sarah L. 2015. “Reducing Economic Disparities for Female Offenders: The Oxford House Model.” Unpublished master’s thesis, DePaul University, College of Science and Health Theses and Dissertations, Paper 124. http://via.library.depaul.edu/csh_etd/124

Jason, Leonard A., Bradley D. Olson, and Ronald Harvey. 2015. “Evaluating Alternative Aftercare Models for Ex-Offenders.” Journal of Drug Issues 45(1):53–68.

Palm Beach (Fla.) Smart Policing Initiative Law Enforcement

White, M. D., D. Ainbinder, and R. Silva. 2012. Palm Beach County, Florida Smart Policing Initiative: Increasing Police Legitimacy and Reducing Victimization in Immigrant Communities. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Parent Aide Services to Reduce Risks of Physical Child Abuse and Neglect Juvenile Justice

Guterman, Neil B., Jiyoung K. Tabone, George M. Bryan, Catherine A. Taylor, Cynthia Napoleon-Hanger, and Aaron Banman. 2013. “Examining the Effectiveness of Home-Based Parent Aide Services to Reduce Risk for Physical Child Abuse and Neglect: Six-Month Findings from a Randomized Clinical Trial.” Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect 37:566–77.

Parent Engagement and Empowerment Program (PEP) (New York, N.Y.) Juvenile Justice

Rodriguez, James, S. S. Olin, Kimberly E. Hoagwood, Sa Shen, Geraldine Burton, Marleen Radigan, and Peter S. Jensen. 2011 "The Development and Evaluation of a Parent Empowerment Program for Family Peer Advocates." Journal of Child and Family Studies 20:397-405.

Olin, S. Serene, Kimberly E. Hoagwood, James Rodriguez, Belinda Ramos, Geraldine Burton, Marlene Penn, Maura Crowe, Marleen Radigan, and Peter S. Jensen. 2010. "The Application of Behavior Change Theory to Family-Based Services: Improving Parent Empowerment in Children's Mental Health." Journal of Child and Family Studies 19:462-70.

Wisdom, Jennifer P., Serene Olin, Priscilla Shorter, Geraldine Burton, and Kimberly Hoagwood. 2011. "Family Peer Advocates: A Pilot Study of the Content and Process of Service Provision." Journal of Child and Family Studies 20:833-43.

Parent Management Training (PMT) Juvenile Justice

Booker, Jordan A., Thomas H. Ollendick, Julie C. Dunsmore, and Ross W. Greene. 2016. “Perceived Parent–Child Relations, Conduct Problems, and Clinical Improvement Following the Treatment of Oppositional Defiant Disorder.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(5):1623–1633.

Parent Representation Program (PRP) Juvenile Justice

Partners for Our Children. 2011. Washington's Parents Representation Program. Issue Brief. Seattle, WA., Partners for Our Children.

Courtney, Mark E., Jennifer Hook, and Matt Orme. 2011. Executive Summary: Evaluation of the Impact of Enhanced Parental Legal Representation on the Timing of Permanency Outcomes for Children in Foster Care. Discussion Paper. Seattle, WA.: Partners for Our Children.

Parenting as Teachers and SafeCare at Home (PATSCH) Juvenile Justice

Guastaferro, Kate, Betty S. Lai, Katy Miller, Jenelle Shanley Chatham, Daniel J. Whitaker, Shannon Self-Brown, Allison Kemner, and John R. Lutzke. 2018. “Braiding Two Evidence-Based Programs for Families At-Risk: Results of a Cluster Randomized Trial.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 27:535–46.

Parenting Assistance Helpline (Alabama) Juvenile Justice

Young, Teresa L., Javonda Williams, Debra Nelson-Gardell, Sally L. Edwards, and Valerie A. Thorington. 2016. “Assessing the Helpfulness of One Parenting Assistance Helpline.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25:2236–2245.

Parenting Challenging Adolescents Seminar (Victoria, Australia) Juvenile Justice

Gilbo, Caroline, Tess Knight, Andrew J. Lewis, John W. Toumbourou, and Melanie D. Bertino. 2015. “A Qualitative Evaluation of an Intervention for Parents of Adolescents with Mental Disorders: The Parenting Challenging Adolescents Seminar.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9):2532–2543.

Parenting Order (England and Wales) Juvenile Justice

Evans, Roberta. 2012. "Parenting Orders: The Parents Attend Yet the Kids Still Offend." Youth Justice 12(2):118–33.

Ghate, Deborah, and Marcelo Ramella. 2002. Positive Parenting: The National Evaluation of the Youth Justice Board's Parenting Programme. London, England: Youth Justice Board.

Holdaway, Simon, Norman Davidson, Jim Dignan, Richard Hammersley, Jean Hine, and Peter Marsh. 2001. New Strategies to Address Youth Offending: The National Evaluation of the Pilot Youth Offending Teams. RDS Occasional Paper No. 69. London, England: Home Office.

Parenting Our Children to Excellence (PACE) Juvenile Justice

Begle, Angela Moreland, and Jean E. Dumas. 2011. "Child and Parental Outcomes Following Involvement in a Preventive Intervention: Efficacy of the PACE Program." Journal of Primary Prevention 32(2):67-81.

Lucia, Sonia, and Jean E. Dumas. 2013. "Entre-Parents: Initial Outcome Evaluation of a Preventive-Parenting Program for French-Speaking Parents." Journal of Primary Prevention 34(4):135-46.

Dumas, Jean E., Ximena Arriaga, Angela Moreland Begle, and Z. Longoria. 2010. "'When Will Your Program be Available in Spanish?' Adapting an Early Parenting Intervention for Latino Families." Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 17(2):176-87.

Dumas, Jean E., Ximena Arriaga, and Angela Moreland Begle. 2011. "Child and Parental Outcomes of a Group Parenting Intervention for Latino Families: A Pilot Study of the CANNE Program." Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 17(1):107-15.

Dumas, Jean, and Angela Moreland Begle. "Parenting Our Children to Excellence (PACE): A Program to Bolster Child Coping Competence and Reduce Risk of Child Maltreatment." Presentation from Baspcan, Belfast, April 26, 2012.

Dumas, Jean E., Jenelle Nissley-Tsiopinis, and Angela D. Moreland. 2007. "From Intent to Enrollment, Attendance, and Participation in Preventive Parenting Groups." Journal of Child and Family Studies 16(1):1-26.

Parenting Partnership Juvenile Justice

Felner, Robert D., Stephen Brand, Kay Erwin Mulhall, Brian Counter, Joyce B. Millman, and Judy Fried. 1994. "The Parenting Partnership: The Evaluation of a Human Service/Corporate Workplace Collaboration for the Prevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Problems, and the Promotion of Family and Work Adjustment." The Journal of Primary Prevention 15(2):123-46.

Parenting Programs: Comet, Cope, Incredible Years and Connect (Sweden) Juvenile Justice

Stattin, H., P. Enebrink, M. Ozdemir, and F. Giannotta. 2015. “A National Evaluation of Parenting Programs in Sweden: The Short-Term Effects Using an RCT Effectiveness Design.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(6):1069–1084.

Parenting the Strong-Willed Child Parenting Class Juvenile Justice

Counter, Joyce B. Millman, and Judy Fried. 1994. "The Parenting Partnership: The Evaluation of a Human Service/Corporate Workplace Collaboration for the Prevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Problems, and the Promotion of Family and Work Adjustment." The Journal of Primary Prevention 15(2):123-46.

Parenting with Love and Limits (UK) Juvenile Justice

Baruch, Geoffrey, Ioanna Vrouva, and Charles Wells. 2011. “Outcome Findings from a Parent Training Programme for Young People with Conduct Problems.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 16(1):47–54.

Parent-Led Exposure Therapy Protocol (PLET) Juvenile Justice

Rudy, Brittany M., Sophia Zavrou, Carly Johnco, Eric A. Storch, and Adam B. Lewin. 2017. “Parent-Led Exposure Therapy: A Pilot Study of a Brief Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety in Young Children.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:2475–2484.

Parents Achieving With Collaborative Teams (PACT Program) Juvenile Justice

Brown, Joe H., Linda Bledsoe, Pamela Yankeelov, Dana Christensen, Noell L. Rowan, and Mary Lou Cambron. 2009. "PACT: A Collaborative Team Model for Treating High Conflict Families in Family Court." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 60(2):49-67.

Parents Anonymous Victims

Polinsky, Margaret L., Lisa Pion-Berlin, Tanya Long, and Angela M. Wolf. "Parents Anonymous Outcome Evaluation: Promising Findings for Child Maltreatment Reduction." Journal of Juvenile Justice 1(1):33-47.

Parivartan (India) - Adapted Coaching Boys into Men Program for Student Athletes Juvenile Justice

Miller, Elizabeth, Madhumita Das, Daniel J. Tancredi, Heather L. McCauley, Maria Catrina D. Virata, Jasmine Nettiksimmons, Brian O’Connor, Sancheeta Ghosh, and Ravi Verma. 2014. “Evaluation of a Gender-Based Violence Prevention Program for Student Athletes in Mumbai, India.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(4):758–78.

Parole Home Visits (Georgia) Courts

Meredith, Tammy. 2016. Assessing the Influence of Home Visit Themes and Temporal Ordering on High-Risk Parolee Outcomes. Atlanta, Ga.: Applied Research Services, Inc.

Partners in Healing (Canada) Corrections

Crocker, Diane. 2015. “Implementing and Evaluating Restorative Justice Projects in Prison.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 26(1):45–64.

Partnership for Kids (PARK) Project (Bridgeport, Connecticut) Juvenile Justice

Bernard, Stanley, Melissa Whitson, and Joy Kaufman. 2015. “The Moderating Effect of Positive Father Engagement and Accessibility on a School-Based System of Care Intervention for Mental Health Outcomes of Children.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(10):2923–2933.

Partnerships for Families (PFF) Model Juvenile Justice

Reuter, Katherine E., Lisa A. Melchior, and Amber M. Brink. 2016. “An Intensive Mental Health Home Visiting Model for Two At-Risk Early Childhood Populations.” Children and Youth Services Review 61:22–30.

Pathfinders (England and Wales) Corrections

Lewis, Sam, Mike Maguire, Peter Raynor, Maurice Vanstone, and Julie Vennard. "What Works in Resettlement? Findings From Seven Pathfinders for Short-term Prisoners in England and Wales." Criminology & Criminal Justice 7(1):33-53.

Pathways for African American Success (PAAS) Program Juvenile Justice

Murry, Velma McBride, Cady Berkel, and Na Liu. 2018. “The Closing Digital Divide: Delivery Modality and Family Attendance in the Pathways for African American Success (PAAS) Program.” Prevention Science 19:642–51.

PE Coach Smartphone Application Victims

Reger, Greg M., Julia Hoffman, David Riggs, Barbara O. Rothbaum, Josef Ruzek, and Kevin M. Holloway. 2013. “The PE Coach Smartphone Application: An Innovative Approach to Improving Implementation, Fidelity, and Homework Adherence During Prolonged Exposure.” Psychological Services 10(3):342–49.

Peacemaking Circles Courts

Lambson, Suvi Hynynen. 2015. Peacemaking Circles: Evaluating a Native American Restorative Justice Practice in a State Criminal Court Setting in Brooklyn. New York, N.Y.: Center for Court Innovation.

Pedestrianisation in Manchester (England) Crime Prevention

Marselle, Melissa, Andrew B. Wootton, and Mark G. Hamilton. 2012. "A Design Against Crime Intervention to Reduce Violence in the Night-Time Economy." Security Journal 25(2):116-33.

Peer Support for Bullying Victims Juvenile Justice

Cowie, Helen, and Ragnar Olafsson. 2000. "The Role of Peer Support in Helping the Victims of Bullying in a School with High Levels of Aggression." School Psychology International 21(1):76–95.

Naylor, Paul, and Helen Cowie. 1999. "The Effectiveness of Peer Support Systems in Challenging School Bullying: The Perspectives and Experiences of Teachers and Pupils." Journal of Adolescence 22:467–79.

Peer-Led Intervention for Bullying Juvenile Justice

Salmivalli, Christina. 2001. "Peer-Led Intervention Campaign Against Bullying: Who Considered it Useful, Who Benefited?" Educational Research 43(3):263–78.

Peers as Law Enforcement Support (PALS) Law Enforcement

Van Hasselt, Vincent B., Kristin E. Klimley, Samantha Rodriguez, Maureen Themis-Fernandez, Sarah N. Henderson, and Barry A. Schneider. 2019. “Peers as Law Enforcement Support (PALS): An Early Prevention Program.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 48:1–5.

Pen or Pencil Juvenile Justice

Association of Black Psychologists. 2014. Pen or Pencil (POP) Program Evaluation Preliminary Findings. PowerPoint presentation. Fort Washington, Md., Sept. 26.

Association of Black Psychologists. 2014. Preliminary Findings of the Pen or Pencil Program Evaluation. Fort Washington, Md., Sept. 25.

National Alliance of Faith and Justice. 2014. Forty-First Annual Conference and Training Institute of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice: 2014 Pen or Pencil, National Youth Mentoring Training Summit. Conference program. Washington, D.C.

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National Alliance of Faith and Justice. 2014.“Pen or Pencil Mentees Take a Stand to Keep a Seat: National Mentoring Training Summit. Brochure. Washington, D.C.: National Alliance of Faith and Justice.

Penn Resiliency Program Juvenile Justice

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Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) Crime Prevention

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Pennsylvania Program for Drug Involved Parole Violators Corrections

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Pennsylvania Risk Recidivism Reduction Incentive Program (RRI) Corrections

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Pennsylvania Sentencing Guidelines Courts

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Period of PURPLE Crying (Midwest City) Victims

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Personal Cognitive Counseling (PCC) Drugs

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Personalized Feedback Intervention (PFI) in a Japanese Prison Drugs

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Personalized Normative Feedback (PNF) for College Student Drinking Drugs

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Philadelphia (Pa.) Community Court Courts

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Phoenix (Ariz.) Sex Offender Treatment Program Crime Prevention

Reddon, John R., Shelly Takacs, and Stephen Hogan. 2013. "Sex Offender Situational Competency Test (SOSCT) Pretreatment and Posttreatment Effects for Inpatient Sex Offenders in Hypothetical High-Risk Situations." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52(1):16-28.

Pima County (Ariz.) Family Drug Court Courts

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Play Nicely Juvenile Justice

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Chavis, Antwon, Julia Hudnut-Beumler, Margaret W. Webb, Jill A. Neely, Len Bickman, Mary S. Dietrich, and Seth J. Scholer. 2013. “A Brief Intervention Affects Parents’ Attitudes Toward Using Less Physical Punishment.” Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect 37:1192-1201

Poarch Band of Creek Indians Drug Court Court

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Police Body-Worn Cameras (Los Angeles, Calif.) Law Enforcement

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Police and Youth Interaction Programs (Conn.) Law Enforcement

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Police Charging Practices for Incidents of Intimate Partner Violence (Canada) Law Enforcement

Dawson, Myrna, and Tina Hotton. 2014. “Police Charging Practices for Incidents of Intimate Partner Violence in Canada.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(5):655–83.

Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) (UK) Law Enforcement

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Police Consolidation in California Law Enforcement

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Police Enforcement Actions in Hot Spots (Philadelphia) Law Enforcement

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Police Officers in Schools Juvenile Justice

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Police Officer Perception Project (POPP) Law Enforcement

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Police Performance and Procedural Justice as Antecedents of Police Legitimacy (Israel) Law Enforcement

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Police Training on the Dynamics of Sexual Offending Law Enforcement

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Police-Based Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Model (Georgia) Law Enforcement

Compton, Michael T., Roger Bakeman, Beth Broussard, Dana Hankerson-Dyson, Letheshia Husbands, Shaily Krishan, Tarianna Stewart-Hutto, Barbara M. D’Orio, Janet R. Oliva, Nancy J. Thompson, and Amy C. Watson. 2014a. “The Police-Based Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)Model: II. Effects on Level of Force and Resolution, Referral, and Arrest.” Psychiatric Services 65(4):523–29.

Compton, Michael T., Roger Bakeman, Beth Broussard, Dana Hankerson-Dyson, Letheshia Husbands, Shaily Krishan, Tarianna Stewart-Hutto, Barbara M. D’Orio, Janet R. Oliva, Nancy J. Thompson, and Amy C. Watson. 2014b. “The Police-Based Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)Model: II. Effects on Officers’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills.” Psychiatric Services 65(4):517–22.

Policing the Teen Brain Juvenile Justice

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Polyvictimization In Young Offenders Victims

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PORTAL To Success-Parolee Reentry Initiative Corrections

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Porterville (Calif.) Developmental Center Court Competency Training Program Courts

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Positive Psychology and Community-based Supervision (Australia) Corrections

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Woldgabreal, Yilma, Andrew Day, and Tony Ward. 2014. “The Community-Based Supervision of Offenders From a Positive Psychology Perspective.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 19:32–41.

Post-Arrest Diversion Program Juvenile Justice

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Post-Shelter Follow-Up Programs for Abused Women Victims

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Post-STOP Legal System Response to Victims Victims

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Post-Termination Project (N.J.) Juvenile Justice

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Prejudice-Reduction Intervention in Schools Juvenile Justice

Stathi, Sofia, Lindsey Cameron, Bonny Hartley, and Shona Bradford. 2014. “Imagined Contact as a Prejudice-Reduction Intervention in Schools: The Underlying Role of Similarity and Attitudes.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44(8):536–46.

PREPaRE School Crisis Prevention and Intervention Training Curriculum Juvenile Justice

Brock, Stephen E., Amanda B. Nickerson, Melissa A. Reeves, Todd A. Savage, and Scott A. Woitaszewski. 2011. "Development, Evaluation, and Future Directions of the PREPaRE School Crisis Prevention and Intervention Training Curriculum." Journal of School Violence 10(1):34-52.

Preparing Inmates for Re-Entry Through Assistance, Training, and Employment Skills (PIRATES) Corrections

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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (Multisites in United States) Drugs

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Brady, J.E., H. Wunsch, C. DiMaggio, B.H Lang, J. Giglio, and G. Li. 2014. “Prescription Drug Monitoring and Dispensing of Prescription Opioids.” Public Health Reports 129(2): 139–47

Paulozzi, L.J., E.M. Kilbourne, and H.A. Desai.2011. “Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Death Rates from Drug Overdose.” Pain Medicine 12(5): 747–54.

Pressley Ridge Residential Treatment Centers (RTC) Juvenile Justice

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Presumptive Drug Testing Technology in Community Corrections Settings Corrections

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Pretextual Traffic Stops for Drug Interdiction (Mesa County, Colo.) Law Enforcement

Gizzi, Michael C. 2011. "Pretextual Stops, Vehicle Searches, and Crime Control: An Examination of Strategies Used on the Frontline of the War on Drugs." Criminal Justice Studies 24(2):139-52.

Pretrial Diversion (PTD) within Eastern District of Missouri (ED/MO) Corrections

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Preventing Crime in Campus Parking Lots (Ohio State University.) Crime Prevention

Tseng, Chun-Hao., Josann Duane, and Fabian Hadipriono. 2004. "Performance of Campus Parking Garages in Preventing Crimes." Journal of Performance and Constructed Facilities 18(1):21-28.

Preventing Near-Repeat Residential Burglary Through Cocooning (Australia) Crime Prevention

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Preventing Theft at Single-Family Home Construction Sites (Port St. Lucie, Fla.) Law Enforcement

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Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program Corrections

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Prevention Program for Externalizing Problem Behavior (PEP-TE) Juvenile Justice

Plueck, Julia, Ilka Eichelberger, Christopher Hautmann, Charlotte Hanisch, Nicola Jaenen, and Manfred Doepfner. 2014. "Effectiveness of a Teacher-Based Indicated Prevention Program for Preschool Children with Externalizing Problem Behavior." Prevention Science 16:233–41.

Prevention of Shoplifting (Guards) Crime Prevention

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Preventive Detention and Out-of-Home Placement (W.V.) Juvenile Justice

Jordan, Kareem L. 2012. "Preventive Detention and Out-of-Home Placement: A Propensity Score Matching and Multilevel Modeling Approach." Journal of Juvenile Justice 2(1):41-53.

Prison Industries (Florida) Corrections

Johnson, Candace Marie. 1984. “The Effects of Prison Labor Programs on Post-Release Employment and Recidivism.” PhD diss., Florida State University.

Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Corrections

Cox, Robynn. 2010. The Effect of the Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program on Labor Market Outcomes of Prison Releases. Durham, NC., Duke University, Writing Paper.

Prison Nursery Program (Nebraska) Corrections

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Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Corrections

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Thompson, R. Alan, Lisa S. Nored, and Kelly Cheeseman Dial. 2008. "The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA): An Evaluation of Policy Compliance with Illustrative Excerpts." Criminal Justice Policy Review 19:414-37.

Prison Visitation (Minn.) Corrections

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Prison Work Release Program (Wash.) Corrections

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Prison-Based Sex Offender Rehabilitation Program (Israel) Corrections

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Prisoner Reentry Initiative (PRI) Corrections

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Private Family Visiting (PFV) Program (Canada) Corrections

Derkzen, D., R. Gobeil, and J. Gileno. 2009. Visitation and Post-Release Outcome Among Federally-Sentenced Offenders. Ottawa, Canada: Correctional Service Canada.

Proactive Policing (Netherlands) Juvenile Justice

Svensson, Jörgen Simon, and Sawitri Saharso. 2015. “Proactive Policing and Equal Treatment of Ethnic-Minority Youths.” Policing and Society 25(4):393–408.

Problem Oriented Guides for Police Law Enforcement

Chamard, Sharon. 2010. Homeless Encampments. Problem-Specific Guide Series No. 56. Washington, D.C.: Center for Problem Oriented Policing.

Scott, M. 2004. The Benefits and Consequences of Police Crackdowns. Police Response Guides Series Guide No. 1. Washington, D.C.: Center for Problem Oriented Policing.

Problem Solving for Life Program Juvenile Justice

Spence, S.H., J.K. Sheffield, and C.L. Donovan. 2003. "Preventing Adolescent Depression: An Evaluation of the Problem Solving for Life Program." Journal of Counseling and Clinical Psychology 71(1):3–13.

Problem Solving Skills Training (PSST) Juvenile Justice

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Problem-Oriented Policing Strategies in Britain Law Enforcement

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Procedural Justice (Comparing Youth and Adults) (Australia) Law Enforcement

Murphy, Kristina. 2015. “Does Procedural Justice Matter to Youth? Comparing Adults’ and Youths’ Willingness to Collaborate with Police.” Policing and Society 25(1):53–7.

Murphy, Kristina, and L. Mazerolle. 2016. “Policing Immigrants: Using A Randomized Control Trial of Procedural Justice Policing to Promote Trust And Cooperation.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 51(1):3–22.

Procedural Justice (West Midlands, England) Law Enforcement

Waddington, P. A. J., Kate Williams, Martin Wright, and Tim Newburn. 2015. “Dissension in Public Evaluations of the Police.” Policing and Society 25(2):212–35.

Procedural Justice and Overaccommodation in Traffic Stops Law Enforcement

Lowrey, Belén V., Edward R. Maguire, and Richard R. Bennett. 2015. Testing the Effects of Procedural Justice and Overaccommodation in Traffic Stops: A Randomized Trial. Washington, D.C.: American University, Department of Justice, Law and Criminology.

Lowrey, Belén V., Edward R. Maguire, and Richard R. Bennett. 2016. “Testing the Effects of Procedural Justice and Overaccommodation in Traffic Stops: A Randomized Experiment.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 43(10):1430–1449.

Procedural Justice in Victim-Police Interactions (Australia) Law Enforcement

Elliott, Irina, Stuart Thomas, and James Ogloff. 2014. “Procedural Justice in Victim-Police Interactions and Victims' Recovery From Victimisation Experiences.” Policing and Society 24(5):588–601.

Procedural Justice in Lexington County (S.C.) Victims

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Process-based Policing (Cincinnati, OH) Law Enforcement

Dai, Mengyan, James Frank, and Ivan Sun. 2011. "Procedural Justice During Police-Citizen Encounters: The Effects of Process-based Policing on Citizen Compliance and Demeanor." Journal of Criminal Justice 39:159-68.

Prodigy Cultural Arts Program Juvenile Justice

Rapp-Paglicci, Lisa, Chris Stewart, and William S. Rowe. 2009. "Evaluating the Effects of the Prodigy Cultural Arts Program on Symptoms of Mental Health Disorders in At-Risk and Adjudicated Youths." Best Practices in Mental Health 5(1):65-73.

Rapp-Paglicci, Lisa, Chris Stewart, William Rowe, and J. Mitchell Miller. 2011. "Addressing the Hispanic Delinquency and Mental Health Relationship Through Cultural Arts Programming: A Research Note from the Prodigy Evaluation." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 27:110-21.

Stewart, Chris, Lisa Rapp-Paglicci, and William Rowe. 2009. "Evaluating the Efficacy of the Prodigy Prevention Program across Urban and Rural Locales." Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 26:65-75.

Productivity Measurement and Enhancement System (ProMES) for Swedish Traffic Police Law Enforcement

Pritchard, Robert D., Satoris S. Culbertson, Kenneth Malm, and Anders Agrell. 2009. "Improving Performance in a Swedish Police Traffic Unit: Results of an Intervention." Journal of Criminal Justice 37:85-97.

Pritchard, Robert D., Melissa M. Harrell, Deborah Diaz Granados, and Melissa J. Guzman. 2008. "The Productivity Measurement and Enhancement System: A Meta-Analysis." Journal of Applied Psychology 93(3):540-67.

Project BELONG Juvenile Justice

Blakely, C. H., R. Menon, and D.J. Jones. 1995. Project BELONG: Final Report. College Station, Tex.: Texas A&M University, Public Policy Research Institute.

Project CHOICE Juvenile Justice

Kilmer, Beau, James R. Burgdorf, Elizabeth J. D'Amico, Jeremy Miles, and Joan Tucker. 2011. Multisite Cost Analysis of a School-Based Voluntary Alcohol and Drug Prevention Program. Santa Monica, CA.: RAND Corporation.

Project D.A.T.E. Juvenile Justice

Reppucci, N. Dickson, Barbara Oudekerk, Lucy Guarnera, Alison Nagel, Cristina Reitz-Krueger, Tammi Walker, and Todd Warner. 2013. A Review of the Findings from Project D.A.T.E.: Risky Relationships and Teen Dating Violence Among At-Risk Adolescents. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia, Department of Psychology.

Project READS Juvenile Justice

Guryan, Jonathan, James S. Kim, and David M. Quinn. 2014. Does Reading During the Summer Build Reading Skills? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in 463 Classrooms (NBER Working Paper No. 20689). Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Project Rio (Texas) Corrections

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West, John Marcus. 2007. Training Offenders for Life and Work: An Assessment of Texas' Project RIO (Reintegration of Offenders). San Marcos, TX.: Texas State University-San Marcos, Political Science Department.

Project Safe Neighborhoods (Eastern District of Missouri) Law Enforcement

Decker, S. H., B. M. Huebner, A. Watkins, L. Green, T. Bynum, and E.F. McGarrell. 2007. Eastern District of Missouri: Case Study 7. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Project Safe Neighborhoods (Massachusetts) Law Enforcement

McDevitt, J., A. A. Braga, S. Cronin, E.F. McGarrell, and T. Bynum. 2007. Lowell, District of Massachusetts: Case Study 6. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Project Safe Neighborhoods Youth Initiative (Connecticut) Juvenile Justice

Jeffries, Sara R., David L. Myers, Jonathan Allen Kringen, and Ron Schack. 2019. “Evaluating Project Safe Neighborhoods in Connecticut: A Youth Opportunity Initiative.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 21:325–45.

Project START (Reentry Program) Corrections

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Project STOP (Queensland and Victoria, Australia) Law Enforcement

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Project SUPPORT Juvenile Justice

Unruh, Deanne K., Jeff M. Gau, and Miriam G. Waintrup. 2009. “An Exploration of Factors Reducing Recidivism Rates of Formerly Incarcerated Youth with Disabilities Participating in a Re-Entry Intervention.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 18:284–93.

Prolific and Other Priority Offender (PPO) Programme Crime Prevention

Hopkins, Matt, and Julia Wickson. 2012. "Targeting Prolific and Other Priority Offenders and Promoting Pathways to Desistance: Some Reflections on the PPO Programme Using a Theory of Change Framework." Criminology & Criminal Justice 13(5):594-614.

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Promoting Prevention (Swansea, Wales) Juvenile Justice

Haines, Kevin, and Stephen Case. 2005. "Promoting Prevention: Targeting Family-Based Risk and Protective Factors for Drug Use and Youth Offending in Swansea." British Journal of Social Work 35:169-87.

Haines, Kevin, and Stephen Case. "Promoting Prevention: A Multi-agency Initiative to Prevent Youth Offending Through Consultation in Swansea Schools." Youth Justice 4(2):117-32.

Case, Stephen and Kevin Haines. 2004. "Promoting Prevention: Evaluating a Multi-agency Initiative of Youth Consultation and Crime Prevention in Swansea." Children & Society 18:355-70.

Proposition 36 (Orange County, Calif.) Corrections

Gardiner, Christine. 2011. "Implementing a Diversion-to-Treatment Law in California: Orange County's Experience." Federal Probation 75(3).

Prostitution-Focused Diversion Program Corrections

Roe-Sepowitz, Dominique E., Kristine Hickle, Marth Loubert, and Tom Egan. 2011. "Adult Prostitution Recidivism: Risk Factors and Impact of Diversion Program." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 50:272-85.

Provincial Play-Based Preschool Curriculum (Quebec, Canada) Juvenile Justice

Vuattoux, Delphine, Christa Japel, Eric Dion, and Véronique Dupéré. 2014. "Targeting the Specific Vocabulary Needs of At-Risk Preschoolers: A Randomized Study of the Effectiveness of an Educator-Implemented Intervention." Journal of Prevention Science 15:156-64.

Psycho-Educational Component of EQUIP Program Corrections

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Psychoeducative Community Based Intervention (CBI) Juvenile Justice

Pernebo, Karin, Mats Fridell, and Kjerstin Almqvist. 2019. “Reduced Psychiatric Symptoms at 6 and 12 Months’ Follow-Up of Psychotherapeutic and Psychoeducative Group Interventions for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.” Child Abuse & Neglect 93:228–38.

Psychology of Parenting Project (PoPP) Juvenile Justice

McPherson, Kerri E., Matthew R. Sanders, Birgit Schroeter, Victoria Troy, and Kirsty Wiseman. 2016. “Acceptability and Feasibility of Peer Assisted Supervision and Support for Intervention Practitioners: A Q-Methodology Evaluation.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(3):720–32.

Psychotherapeutic and Psychoeducative Group Interventions for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence (Sweden) Juvenile Justice

Pernebo, Karin, Mats Fridell, and. Kjerstin Almqvist. 2018. “Outcomes of Psychotherapeutic and Psychoeducative Group Interventions for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.” Child Abuse & Neglect 79:213–23.

Pullman (WA) Safety Camera Initiative Law Enforcement

Cork, Jerald W., Michael J. Gaffney, Zachary R. Hays, Gary L. Jenkins, David A. Makin, and Elysia D. Spencer. 2014. The City of Pullman Safety Camera Initiative: Resolving Neighborhood Disorder Through Innovative Technology and Community Collaboration. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Put Families First (Washington, D.C.) Juvenile Justice

Markman, Joshua, Akiva Liberman, and Jocelyn Fontaine. 2011. Implementation Evaluation of the District of Columbia Put Families First Program. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, Justice Policy Center.

QUEST Futures Juvenile Justice

Henry, Kelli. 2012. Mental Health Services for Justice Involved Youth: A Process and Outcome Evaluation of QUEST Futures. New York, NY: Center for Court Innovation.

Quetiapine Treatment for Cannabis Dependence Drugs

Mariani, John J., Martina Pavlicova, Agnieszka K. Mamczur, Adam Bisaga, Edward V. Nunes, and Frances R. Levin. 2014. “Open-Label Pilot Study of Quetiapine Treatment for Cannabis Dependence.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 40(4):280–84.

R-Model Crisis Intervention De-Escalation Training for Law Enforcement (Minnesota) Law Enforcement

Peterson, Jillian, James Densley, and Gina Erickson. 2019. “Evaluation of ‘the R-Model’ Crisis Intervention De-Escalation Training for Law Enforcement.” Police Journal: Theory, Practice, and Principles. https://doi.org/10.1177/0032258X19864997

Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) Corrections

Halberstadt, Robin L., and Nancy G. La Vigne. 2011. "Evaluating the Use of Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) Technology to Prevent and Investigate Sexual Assaults in a Correctional Setting." The Prison Journal 91(2):227-49.

Raising a Thinking Child Juvenile Justice

McKim, Barbara J., Roger P. Weissberg, Emory L. Cowen, Ellis L. Gesten, and Bruce D. Rapkin. 1982. "A Comparison of the Problem-Solving Ability and Adjustment of Suburban and Urban Third-Grade Children." American Journal of Community Psychology 10(2):155-69.

Aberson, Bonnie, and Alfredo Ardila. 1996. An Intervention for Improving Executive Functioning and Social/Emotional Adjustment of ADHD Children. Three Single Case Design Studies. Miami, FL: Miami Institute of Psychology.

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Shokoohi-Yeta, Mohsen, Paul Harnett, Akram Parand, and Ameneh Shahaeian. 2011. "The Short-tern Impact of a Problem-solving Skills Programme for Iranian Parents." Clinical Psychologist 15:85-89.

Shure, Myrna B., and George Spivack. 1979. "Interpersonal Problem Solving Thinking and Adjustment in the Mother-Child Dyad." In M. W. Ken, & J. E. Rolf (Eds.). Primary Prevention of Psychopathology 3:201-19.

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Rapport and Strengths-Based Approach to Engage Families in Treatment Juvenile Justice

Yoder, Jamie, and Donna Ruch. 2015. “Youth Who Have Sexually Offended: Using Strengths and Rapport to Engage Families in Treatment.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9):2521–2531.

RATAC (the CornerHouse Forensic Interview Protocol) Juvenile Justice

Anderson, Jennifer, Julie Ellefson, Jodi Lashley, Anne Miller, Sara Olinger, Amy Russell, Julie Stauffer, and Judy Weigman. 2010. The Cornerhouse Forensic Interview Protocol: RATAC. Minneapolis, MN.: CornerHouse.

Reading First Juvenile Justice

Jacob, R., M. A. Somers, P. Zhu, and H. Bloom. 2016. “The Validity of the Comparative Interrupted Time Series Design for Evaluating the Effect of School-Level Interventions.” Evaluation Review 40(3):167–98.

Ready4Work Corrections

Bauldry, Shawn, and Wendy McClanahan. 2008. Ready4Work: Final Research Report. Washington, D.C.: Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.

Bauldry, Shawn, Danijela Korom-Djakovic, Wendy McClanahan, Jennifer McMaken, and Lauren Kotloff. 2009. Mentoring Formerly Incarcerated Adults, Insights from the Ready4Work Reentry Initiative. Philadelphia, PA.: Public/Private Ventures.

Farley, Chelsea, and Sandra Hackman. 2006. Ready4Work In Brief, Interim Outcomes Are In: Recidivism at Half the National Average. Philadelphia, PA.: Public/Private Ventures.

Good, Joshua, and Pamela Sherrid. 2005. When the Gates Open, A National Response to the Reentry Crisis. Philadelphia, PA.: Public/Private Ventures.

Jucovy, Linda. 2006. Just Out, early Lessons from the Ready4Work Prisoner Reentry Initiative. Philadelphia, PA.: Public/Private Ventures.

Realignment in California Corrections

Bird, Mia, and Ryken Grattet. 2017. Evaluating the Effects of Realignment Practices on Recidivism Outcomes. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Rebound Facilities (Netherlands) Juvenile Justice

Coskun, Begüm, Mitch van Geel, and Paul Vedder. 2015. “Exclusionary Practices in Secondary Schools in the Netherlands: A Comparison Between Students Sent to Out-of-School Facilities and Their Non-Referred Peers.” Youth & Society 47(5):615–33.

Reclaiming Our Spirits Victims

Varcoe, Colleen, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Annette J. Browne, Nancy Perrin, Vicky Bungay, Holly McKenzie, Victoria Smye, Roberta Price, Jane Inyallie, Koushambhi Khan, and Madeline Dion Stout. 2019. “The Efficacy of a Health Promotion Intervention for Indigenous Women: Reclaiming Our Spirits.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260518820818

Red Flag Green Flag People (RFGFP) Program Juvenile Justice

Wood, McKenzie, and Carol A. Archbold. 2015. “Bad Touches, Getting Away, and Never Keeping Secrets: Assessing Student Knowledge Retention of the ‘Red Flag Green Flag People’ Program.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(17):2999–3021.

Redeploy Illinois Juvenile Justice

Armstrong, Gaylene S., Todd A. Armstrong, Vince J. Webb, and Cassandra A. Atkin. 2011. "Can Financial Incentives Reduce Juvenile Confinement Levels? An Evaluation of the Redeploy Illinois Program." Journal of Criminal Justice 39:183-91.

Kethineni, Sesha. 2012. "Redeploy Illinois Program: The Impact on Juveniles, Families, and the Juvenile Justice System." Juvenile and Family Court Journal 63(2):39-52.

Reducing Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Limits for Motor Vehicle Operation (Pennsylvania) Crime Prevention

Chamlin, Mitchell B., and Beth A. Sanders. 2018. “Social Policy and Crash Fatalities: A Multivariate Time Series Analysis.” Journal of Crime and Justice 41(3):322–33.

Reducing Recidivism Through Holistic Healing Program Juvenile Justice

Woodson, Kamilah M., Courtney Hives, and Kathy Sanders-Phillips. 2010. "Violence Exposure and Health-Related Risks Among African American Adolescent Female Detainees: A Strategy for Reducing Recidivism." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 49:571-94

Reducing Repeat Victimization with MARACs (Cardiff, Wales) Victims

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Robinson, Amanda L. 2006. "Reducing Repeat Victimization Among High-Risk Victims of Domestic Violence: The Benefits Of A Community Response in Cardiff, Wales." Violence Against Women 12(8):761-88.

Reduction of Car Theft (Basingstoke, England) Crime Prevention

Laycock, Gloria, and Claire Austin. 1992. "Crime Prevention in Parking Facilities." Security Journal 3(3):154-60.

Reinforcing Alcohol Prevention (RAP) Program Juvenile Justice

England Will, Kelli, and Cynthia Shier Sabo. 2008. "Targeting Underage Drinking and Driving in Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts: The Reinforcing Alcohol Prevention (RAP) Program." Juvenile & Family Court Journal 59(2):39-49.

Reintegrative Shaming in Mental Health Court Courts

Dollar, Cindy Brooks, and Bradley Ray. 2015. “The Practice of Reintegrative Shaming in Mental Health Court.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 26(1):29–44.

Relapse Prevention Therapy for Heroin-Dependent Individuals (China) Drugs

Min, Zhao, Li Xu, Hanhui Chen, Xu Ding, Zhang Yi, and Zhang Mingyuang. 2011. “A Pilot Assessment of Relapse Prevention for Heroin Addicts in a Chinese Rehabilitation Center.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 37:141–47.

RELATE Program for Teens Juvenile Justice

Stern, R., and J.T. Repa. 2000. A Study of the Efficacy of Computerized Skill Building for Adolescents: Reducing Aggression and Increasing Pro-Social Behavior. Report No. IR020414. New York, N.Y.: New York City Board of Education.

Release the Fear (RTF) Bridging Possibilities through Character Education Workshop Juvenile Justice

Alatorre, Francisco, and Leslie Chilton. 2013. Discover U: Summer 2013, Release the Fear. Phoenix, AZ: Release the Fear, Inc. https://issuu.com/releasethefear/docs/release_the_fear_2013_annual_report

Removing Guns From Batterers (Calif.) Crime Prevention

Vittes, Katherine A., Daniel W. Webster, Shannon Frattaroli, Barbara E. Claire, and Garen J. Wintemute. 2013. "Removing Guns from Batterers: Findings From A Pilot Study Of Domestic Violence Restraining Order Recipients In California." Violence Against Women 19(5):606-16.

Reno (Nevada) Smart Policing Initiative Law Enforcement

Barthe, Emmanuel, Mac Venzon, Stacy Ward, and Michael D. White. 2013. “Reno, Nevada Smart Policing Initiative: Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Research-Informed Intervention (Glasgow, Scotland) Crime Prevention

Deuchar, Ross, Johanne Miller, and Mark Barrow. 2015. “Breaking Down Barriers with the Usual Suspects: Findings from a Research-Informed Intervention With Police, Young People and Residents in the West of Scotland.” Youth Justice 15(1):57–75.

Residential Therapeutic Community for Adolescents Juvenile Justice

Jainchill, Nancy, Josephine Hawke, George De Leon, and John Yagelka. 2000. "Adolescents in Therapeutic Communities: One-Year Post-treatment Outcomes." Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 32(1):81-94.

Resilience Training Focused on Adolescents with a Dual Identity Juvenile Justice

Feddes, Allard R., Liesbeth Mann, and Bertjan Doosje. 2015. “Increasing Self-Esteem and Empathy to Prevent Violent Radicalization: A Longitudinal Quantitative Evaluation of Resilience Training Focused on Adolescents with a Dual Identity.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45(7):400–41.

Respect and Responsibility: Australian Football League Bystander Intervention Program Crime Prevention

Corboz, Julienne, Michael Flood, and Sue Dyson. 2016. “Challenges of Bystander Intervention in Male-Dominated Professional Sport: Lessons From the Australian Football League.” Violence Against Women 22(3):324–43.

Responsible Choices for Men (RCM) Corrections

Tutty, Leslie M., Robbie Babins-Wagner, and Michael A. Rothery. 2019. “The Responsible Choices for Men IPV Offender Program: Outcomes and a Comparison of Court-Mandated to Non-Court-Mandated Men.” Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma. https://doi.org/10.1080/10926771.2019.1578316

Responsible, Engaged, and Loving (REAL) Fathers Initiative (Uganda) Victims

Ashburn, Kim, Brad Kerner, Dickens Ojamuge, and Rebeccka Lundgren. 2017. “Evaluation of the Responsible, Engaged, and Loving (REAL) Fathers Initiative on Physical Child Punishment and Intimate Partner Violence in Northern Uganda.” Prevention Sciences 18:854–64.

Restorative Justice in Schools (Multi-site) Juvenile Justice

Payne, Allison Ann, and Kelly Welch. 2015. “Restorative Justice in Schools: The Influence of Race on Restorative Discipline.” Youth & Society 47(4):539–64.

Restorative Justice Principles in a Teen Court (IL) Juvenile Justice

Laundra, Kenneth, Keyria Rodgers, and Heidi Zapp. 2013. "Transforming Teens: Measuring the Effects of Restorative Justice Principles in a Teen Court Setting." Juvenile and Family Court Journal 64(4):21-34.

RESTORE Program Crime Prevention

Koss, Mary P. 2014. “The RESTORE Program of Restorative Justice for Sex Crimes: Vision, Process, and Outcomes.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(9):1623–1660.

Restrictive Status Housing Program (RSHP) Corrections

Meyers, Travis J., Arynn Infante, and Kevin A. Wright. 2018. “Addressing Serious Violent Misconduct in Prison: Examining an Alternative Form of Restrictive Housing.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. doi: 0306624X18778451

Rhode Island Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program (RSAT) Corrections

Love, Craig T. 2001. Process Evaluation of the Rhode Island Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program (RSAT): The Operations of a Minimum-Security Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program—Final Report. Providence, R.I.: Brown University. NIJ Sponsored.

Riding the Rapids: Living with Autism or Disability (UK) Juvenile Justice

Todd, Samantha, Jo Bromley, Korina Ioannou, James Harrison, Christine Mellor, Eric Taylor, and Elizabeth Crabtree. 2010. “Using Group-Based Parent Training Interventions with Parents of Children With Disabilities: A Description of Process, Content, and Outcomes in Clinical Practice.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 15(3):171–75.

Risk And Needs Triage (RANT) Corrections

Marlowe, Douglas B., David S. Festinger, Karen L. Dugosh, Anne Caron, Marcy R. Podkopacz, and Nicolle T. Clements. 2011. "Targeting Dispositions for Drug-Involved Offenders: A Field Trial of the Risk and Needs Triage (RANT)." Journal of Criminal Justice 39:253-60.

Risk-Needs-Responsivity-Based Family Violence Program for Male Offenders Corrections

Stewart, Lynn A., Natalie Gabora, P. Kropp, and Zina Lee. 2014. "Effectiveness of Risk-Needs-Responsivity-Based Family Violence Programs with Male Offenders." Journal of Family Violence 29:151-64.

Risk-Needs-Responsivity (RNR) Juvenile Diversion Program Juvenile Justice

Wylie, Lindsey E., Samantha S. Clinkinbeard, and Anne Hobbs. 2019. “The Application of Risk-Needs Programming in Juvenile Diversion Program.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 46(8):1128–1147.

Roca's Intervention Model Corrections

Pierce, Barbara A. 2009. Roca's High Risk Youth Intervention Model: Initial Implementation Evaluation Report. Boston, Mass.: Crime and Justice Institute at Community Resources for Justice.

Elkins, Lili. 2013. "Supporting At-Risk Youth: A Provider's Perspective on Pay for Success." Community Development Investment Review 9(1):127-30.

Pierce Parker, Barbara A. 2011. From Good Intentions to Strategic Interventions. Boston, Mass.: Crime and Justice Institute at Community Resources for Justice.

Pierce, Barbara A. and Bechtel, Kristin. 2011. Why Evaluate Roca's Intervention Model? Boston, Mass.: Crime and Justice Institute at Community Resources for Justice.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Enforcement

Deukmedjian, John Edward. 2003. "Reshaping Organizational Subjectivities in Canada's National Police Force: The Development of RCMP Alternative Dispute Resolution." Policing and Society 13(4):331-48.

Runaway Intervention Program Victims

Edinburgh, Laurel D., and Elizabeth M. Saewyc. 2009. "A Novel, Intensive Home-Visiting Intervention for Runaway, Sexually Exploited Girls." Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing 14(1):41-48.

Saewyc , Elizabeth M., and Laurel D. Edinburgh. 2010. "Restoring Healthy Development Trajectories for Sexually Exploited Young Runaway Girls: Fostering Protective Factors and Reducing Risk Behaviors." Journal of Adolescent Health:180-88.

Safe Homes and Respect for Everyone (SHARE) Project Victims

Wagman, Jennifer A., Fredinah Namatovu, Fred Nalugoda, Deus Kiwanuka, Gertrude Nakigozi, Ron Gray, Maria J. Wawer, and David Serwadda. 2012. "A Public Health Approach to Intimate Partner Violence Prevention in Uganda: The SHARE Project." Violence Against Women 18(12):1390-1412.

Safe Passage (Chicago) Crime Prevention

Chris Curran, F. 2018. “Does the Chicago Safe Passage Program Reduce Reported Crime Around Elementary Schools? Evidence From Longitudinal, Geocoded Crime Data.” Criminal Justice Policy Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0887403418812125

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Juvenile Justice

Derzon, James, Ping Yu, Bruce Ellis, Sharon Xiong, Carmen Arroyo, Gary Hill, and Julia Rollison. N/d. A National Evaluation of Safe Schools/Healthy Students: Outcomes and Influences. Arlington, VA: Battelle Memorial Institute, Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation.

Safer Communities (Bosnia-Herzegovina) Law Enforcement

Blaustein, Jarrett. 2014. “The Space Between: Negotiating the Contours of Nodal Security Governance Through ‘Safer Communities’ in Bosnia–Herzegovina.” Policing and Society 24(1):44–62.

Blaustein, Jarrett. 2016. “Community Policing From the ‘Bottom-up’ in Sarajevo Canton.” Policing and Society 26(3):249–69.

Safer Homes (England) Law Enforcement

Warren, Jeremy, Elaine Hogard, and Roger Ellis. 2007. "'Safer Homes': An Evaluation of a Reorganization to Deal with Domestic Burglary Within a UK Police Force." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 9(3):167-78.

Safer Towns and Cities Housebreaking Reduction Project (Australia) Crime Prevention

Taplin, S., W. Fletcher, and D. Mckenzie. 2011. Safer Towns and Cities Housebreaking Reduction Project, Evaluation Report. Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Attorney General's Department, Crime Prevention Division.

Salt Lake City (Utah) Police Department Crisis Intervention Team Law Enforcement

Salt Lake City Police Department Crisis Intervention Team. 2010. Salt Lake City Police Department Crisis Intervention Team Field Evaluation: Brief Report. Salt Lake City, Utah: Bach Harrison L.L.C.

Salt Lake Peer Court Juvenile Justice

Crisler, Lane. 2013. “Recidivism within Salt Lake Peer Court: A Program Evaluation of Salt Lake Peer Court based on Recidivism Analysis between Salt Lake Peer Court and the Juvenile Division of Salt Lake City Justice Courts” (master’s thesis).

Salvation Army Harbor Light Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Corrections

Daughters, Stacey B., C.W. Lejuez, Marina A. Bornovalova, Christopher W. Kahler, David R. Strong, and Richard A. Brown. 2005. “Distress Tolerance as a Predictor of Early Treatment Dropout in a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facility.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 114(4):729–34.

Salvation Army's First Choice Program (Fort Worth, Texas) Drugs

Knight, Danica K., Sarah M. Logan, and D. Dwayne Simpson. 2001. “Predictors of Program Completion for Women in Residential Substance Abuse Treatment.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 27(1):1–18.

San Diego (Calif.) Forfeiture Ordinance Crime Prevention

Worrall, John l., and Stephen Tibbetts. 2006. "Explaining San Diego's Decline in Illegal Street-Racing Casualties." Justice Quarterly 23(4):530-44.

San Francisco (Calif.) Dependency Drug Court Courts

Davis Y. Ja & Associates. 2012. Dependency Drug Court: Evaluation Report. San Francisco, Calif.: Davis Y. Ja & Associates.

San Joes Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force (MGPTF) Crime Prevention

Resource Development Associates. 2017. Evaluation of San Jose’s Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Santa Clara County's (Calif.) Parolee Reentry Court Courts

Korber, Dorothy. 2011. ‘A Courtroom Unlike Any Other.’ Santa Clara County’s Parolee Reentry Court is a Case Study in Reducing Prison Recidivism. Sacramento, CA: California Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes.

SASA! Study Victims

Francisco, Leilani, Tanya Abramsky, Ligia Kiss, Lori Michau, Tina Musuya, Deanna Kerrigan, Dan Kaye, and Charlotte Watts. 2013. “Violence Against Women and HIV Risk Behaviors in Kampala, Uganda: Baseline Findings From The SASA! Study.” Violence Against Women 19(7):814–32.

Saving Lives, Inspiring Youth (SLIY) Juvenile Justice

Richards, Maryse, Katherine Tyson McCrea, Catherine Rice Dusing, Cara DiClemente, Kyle Deane, and Dakari Quimby. 2017. Interim Report for the Evaluation of a Cross-Age Peer Mentoring Program for Youth in High Violence Chicago Communities. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Schenectady Public Surveillance Project Crime Prevention

McLean, Sarah J., Robert E. Worden, and MoonSun Kim. 2013. “Here’s Looking at You: An Evaluation of Public CCTV Cameras and Their Effects on Crime and Disorder.” Criminal Justice Review 38(3):303–34.

School-based Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program in Taiwan Victims

Chen, Yi-Chuen, Beverly L. Fortson, and Kai-Wen Tseng. 2012. "Pilot Evaluation of a Sexual Abuse Prevention Program for Taiwanese Children." Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 21:621-45.

School-Based Law Enforcement Officers (Texas) Juvenile Justice

McKenna, Joseph M., Kathy Martinez-Prather, and Scott W. Bowman. 2016. “The Roles of School-Based Law Enforcement Officers and How These Roles Are Established: A Qualitative Study.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27(4):420–43.

School-based Restorative Justice (West Oakland, Calif.) Juvenile Justice

Sumner, Michael D., Carol J. Silverman, and Mary Louise Frampton. 2011. School-Based Restorative Justice as an Alternative to Zero-Tolerance Policies: Lessons from West Oakland. Berkeley, CA.: Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice.

School Emphasis Officer (SEO) Program (Seattle) Juvenile Justice

Gill, C., D. Gottfredson, and K. Hutzell. 2016. “Can School Policing Be Trauma-Informed? Lessons from Seattle.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 39(3):551–65.

School House Adjustment Program Enterprise (SHAPE) Juvenile Justice

Pitts, Wayne J., and Kaelyn Branch. 2009. School House Adjustment Program Enterprise: 2008-2009 Evaluation Report. Memphis, TN.: University of Memphis, School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy.

Pitts, Wayne J. 2010. School House Adjustment Program Enterprise: 2009-2010 Evaluation Report. Memphis, TN.: University of Memphis, School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy.

School Pathways Project/”Teske” Model Juvenile Justice

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. 2015. Report on the Evaluation of Judicially Led Responses to Eliminate School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System. Reno, Nev.: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

School Resource Officer Program (SROP) Juvenile Justice

Carroll, John, Efraim Ben-Zadok, and Clifford McCue. 2010. “Evaluation of Efficiency in Crime Control and Crime Prevention Programs.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 35:219–35.

School Support Intervention Program (Kenya) Juvenile Justice

Cho, Huyunsan, Renee Catherine Ryberg, Karam Hwang, Lisa D. Pearce, and Bonita Iritani. 2017. “A School Support Intervention and Education Outcomes Among Orphaned Adolescents: Results of a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial in Kenya.” Prevention Science 18:943–54.

Screening for PTSD Among Incarcerated Men Corrections

Wolff, Nancy, Gregory McHugo, Jing Shi, Jessica Huening, and B. Christopher Frueh. 2015. “Screening For PTSD Among Incarcerated Men: A Comparative Analysis of Computer-Administered and Orally Administered Modalities.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 42(2):219–36.

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) (New York City) Drugs

Yu, Jiang, Phil Appel, Meighan Rogers, Susan Blank, Carrie Davis, Barbara Warren, Anthony Freeman, Brett Harris, and Shazia Hussain. 2016. “Integrating Intervention for Substance Use Disorder in a Healthcare Setting: Practice and Outcomes in New York City STD Clinics.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 42(1):32–38.

Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Courts Courts

Lindquist, Christine, Jennifer Hardison Walters, Michael Rempel, and Shannon M. Carey. 2013. The National Institute of Justice’s Evaluation of Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Courts: Program Characteristics and Preliminary Themes from Year 1.

Second Chance Juvenile Reentry Program (Oakland, Calif.) Juvenile Justice

Jain, S., A. K. Cohen, P. Jagannathan, Y. Leung, H. Bassey, and S. Bedford. 2018. “Evaluating the Implementation of a Collaborative Juvenile Reentry System in Oakland, California.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. doi: 0306624X18755480

Secondary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence Victims

McFarlane, J. M., J. Y. Groff, J. A. O’Brien, and K. Watson. 2005. “Secondary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Nursing Research 55(1):52–61.

Security Officer Training (Cairns, Australia) Crime Prevention

Hayes-Jonkers, Charmaine S., Shane Pointing, and Alan R. Clough. 2011. “A Letter from Australia: Addressing Deficits in Venue Security Officer Training in Cairns.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 13(3):218–27.

Seeking Safety (SS) and Setraline for PTSD and Alcohol Use Drugs

Hien, Denise A., Lesia M. Ruglass, Teresa Lopez-Castro, Mei-Chen Hu, Abigail Herron, Frances R. Levin, Santiago Papini, and Lisa R. Cohen. 2015. “Combining Seeking Safety With Sertraline for PTSD and Alcohol Use Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(2):359–69.

Hien, Denise A., Elizabeth A. Wells, Huiping Jiang, Lourdes Suarez-Morales, Aimee N.C. Campbell, Lisa R. Cohen, Gloria M. Miele, Therese Killen, Gregory S. Brigham, Yulei Zhang, Cheri Hansen, Candance Hodgkins, Mary Hatch-Maillette, Chanda Brown, Agatha Kulaga, Allison Kristman-Valente, Melissa Chu, Robert Sage, James A. Robinson, David Lui, and Edward V. Nunes. 2009. “Multi-site Randomized Trial of Behavioral Interventions for Women With Co-Occurring PTSD and Substance Use Disorders.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77(4):607–19.

Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction Juvenile Justice

Kelly, John R., and Karrie A. Shogren. 2014. “The Impact of Teaching Self-Determination Skills on the On-Task and Off-Task Behaviors of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.” Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 22(1):27–40.

Self-Management Support Intervention for Parents of Children with Developmental Disorders Juvenile Justice

Martin, Faith, Wendy Clyne, Gemma Pearce, and Andy Turner. 2019. “Self-Management Support Intervention for Parents of Children With Developmental Disorders: The Role of Gratitude and Hope.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 28:980–92.

Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) Law Enforcement

Sproat, Peter A. 2011. "The Serious and Organised Crime Agency and the National Crime Squad: A Comparison of Their Output From Open Source Materials." Policing and Society 21(3):343-51.

Service and Medication Use Among Children with Emotional Disturbances (Florida) Juvenile Justice

Constantine, Robert J., John Robst, Ross Andel, Mary Elizabeth Jones, Marie A. McPherson, and Eugena M. Givens. 2014. “Service and Medication Use and Their Effects on Arrest Rates Among Children with Emotional Disturbances Before Disenrollment from Medicaid.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 23(4):641–51.

Services for Domestic Minor Victims of Human Trafficking Victims

Gibbs, Deborah, Jennifer L. Hardison Walters, Alexandra Lutnick, Shari Miller, and Marianne Kluckman. 2014. Evaluation of Services for Domestic Minor Victims of Human Trafficking. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: RTI International.

Set of Criteria to Help Caseworkers in Substantiation Decisions (Spain) Juvenile Justice

Arruabarrena, Ignacia, and Joaquin De Paul. 2012. “Improving Accuracy and Consistency in Child Maltreatment Severity Assessment in Child Protection Services in Spain: New Set of Criteria to Help Caseworkers in Substantiation Decisions.” Children and Youth Services Review 34:666–74.

Sex Offender Community Notification Decisions (Washington State) Corrections

Shaffer, Deborah Koetzle, and Terance D. Miethe. 2011. “Are Similar Sex Offenders Treated Similarly? A Conjunctive Analysis of Disparities in Community Notification Decisions.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48(3):448–71.

Sex Offender Community Notification (Racine, Wis.) Corrections

Zevitz, Richard G. 2003. "Sex Offender Community Notification and Its Impact on Neighborhood Life." Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal 5: 41-61.

Zevitz, Richard G. 2006. "Sex Offender Community Notification: Its Role in Recidivism and Offender Reintegration." Criminal Justice Studies 19(2):193-208.

Zevitz, Richard G. 2004. "Sex Offender Placement and Neighborhood Social Integration: The Making of a Scarlet Letter Community." Criminal Justice Studies 17(2):203-22.

Sex Offender Registration and Notification (Nebraska) Corrections

ten Bensel, T., and L. L. Sample. 2017. “The Influence of Sex Offender Registration and Notification Laws on Fostering Collective Identity Among Offenders.” Journal of Crime and Justice 40(4): 497–511.

Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) (Pennsylvania) Juvenile Justice

Henderson, Jaime S. 2015. “Estimating the Impacts of SORNA in Pennsylvania: The Potential Consequences of Including Juveniles.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Sex Offender Registry for Females (IL and Texas) Corrections

Vandiver, Donna M., Kelly Cheeseman Dial, and Robert M. Worley. 2008. "A Qualitative Assessment of Registered Female Sex Offenders: Judicial Processing Experiences and Perceived Effects of a Public Registry." Criminal Justice Review 33(2):177-98.

Sex Offender Residency Restrictions (N.C.) Corrections

Page, Amy Dellinger, Julie Sprinkle Hill and Griff Gilbert. 2012. "North Carolina Sexual Offender Legislation: Policy Placebo?" Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51:115-34.

Sex Offender Risk to Reoffend Score (Baltimore, MD) Corrections

Lathwell, Bret J., Ben Luzynski, and Adam Kirhagis. 2016. ROMI Analytics and Watch Systems: Predictive Policing Analytics as Possible Enhancement to Sex Offender Management. Irving, TX: ROMI Analytics.

Lathwell, Bret J., Ben Luzynski, and Adam Kirhagis. 2016. ROMI Analytics, OffenderWatch, and the Baltimore PD: Model Validation. Irving, TX: ROMI Analytics.

Sex Offender Treatment at Kia Marama Special Treatment Unit (Rolleston, New Zealand) Crime Prevention

Beggs, Sarah M., and Randolph C. Grace. 2011. "Treatment Gain for Sexual Offenders Against Children Predicts Reduced Recidivism: A Comparative Validity Study." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 79(2): 182-92.

Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale (SOTIPS) Corrections

Miner, Michael H., Beatrice “Bean” E. Robinson, Nicholas Newstrom, and Cathy Strobel-Ayres. 2018. Evaluation of the Implementation of Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Sex Offender Treatment Program (Illinois Youth Center at Harrisburg) Juvenile Justice

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. 2001. "Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Program Provides Residential, Aftercare Services." On Good Authority 4(9).

Smith, Cindy J., Barbara Hayler,, Kimberly S. Craig. 2000. The Illinois Department of Corrections Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Program: The Final Report of the Program Evaluation. Springfield, Ill.: University of Illinois at Springfield, Center for Legal Studies.

Hyman, Lee. 2007. "Juvenile Sexual Offenders: An Analytical View of Effective Programming." Justice Policy Journal 4(2).

Sexual Assault Prevention Education Crime Prevention

Jozkowski, Kristen N. 2015. “Beyond the Dyad: An Assessment of Sexual Assault Prevention Education Focused on Social Determinants of Sexual Assault Among College Students.” Violence Against Women 21(7):848–74.

Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) Crime Prevention

Greeson, Megan R., and Rebecca Campbell. 2015. “Coordinated Community Efforts to Respond to Sexual Assault: A National Study of Sexual Assault Response Team Implementation.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(14):2470–2487.

Moylan, Carrie A., Taryn Lindhorst, and Emiko A. Tajima. 2015. “Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs): Mapping a Research Agenda That Incorporates an Organizational Perspective.” Violence Against Women 21(4):516–34.

Moylan, Carrie A., and Taryn Lindhorst. 2015. “‘Catching Flies With Honey’: The Management of Conflict in Sexual Assault Response Teams.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(11):1945–1964.

Sexual Offender Treatment Program (Australia) Corrections

Schweitzer, Robert, and Jonathan Dwyer. 2003. "Sex Crime Recidivism: Evaluation of a Sexual Offender Treatment Program." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 18:1292-1310.

Shanti Project Victims

Yoshihama, Mieko, Aparna Ramakrishnan, Amy C. Hammock, and Mahmooda Khaliq. 2012. "Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Program in an Asian Immigrant Community: Integrating Theories, Data, and Community." Violence Against Women 18(7):763-83.

Sharper Future Intervention Corrections

Byrne, James M., Donald Rebovich, Arthur Lurigio, Karin Tusinski Miofsky, and Jacob Stowell. 2012. "Implementation and Impact of the Central District of California's Suicide Prevention Program for Federal Sex Crime Defendants." Federal Probation 76(1).

Short-Term Effects of Probation or Parole Agent Relationship Styles on Women Offenders Corrections

Morash, Merry, Deborah A. Kashy, Sandi W. Smith, and Jennifer E. Cobbina. 2015. “The Effects of Probation or Parole Agent Relationship Style and Women Offenders’ Criminogenic Needs on Offenders’ Responses to Supervision Interactions.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 42(2):412–34.

Silence the Violence Corrections

Mapham, Ann, and Kate Hefferson. 2010. "'I Used to Be an Offender-Now I'm a Defender': Positive Psychology Approaches in the Facilitation of Posttraumatic Growth in Offenders." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51:389-413.

Silver Alerts Victims

Carr, Dawn, Glenn W. Muschert, Jennifer Kinney, Emily Robbins, Gina Petonito, Lydia Manning, and J. Scott Brown. 2010. “Silver Alerts and the Problem of Missing Adults with Dementia.” Gerontologist 50(2):149–57.

Simulated Marital Conflicts (N.Y.) Victims

Duggan, Stryker, Mary O'Brien, and Janet Krone Kennedy. 2001. "Young Adults' Immediate and Delayed Reactions to Simulated Marital Conflicts: Implications for Integrated Patterns of Violence in Intimate Relationships." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 69(1):13-24.

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate (SWO) Indian Alcohol Substance Abuse Program (IASAP) Drugs

Joe, Jennie R., Jenny Chong, Robert Young, Darlene Lopez, The Honorable Judge B.J. Jones, and Gary Gaikowski. 2007. Final Report: Participatory Evaluation of the Sisseton Wahepton Oyate IASAP Demonstration Project. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, Native American Research and Training Center. NIJ Sponsored.

Sisters Together Achieving Recovery (STAR) Corrections

Watson, Lanette, Gneva Adkins, Michelle D. Cook, and Paul Stageberg. 2010. Process and Outcome Evaluation of the STAR (Sisters Together Achieving Recovery) Program. Des Moines, IA: Iowa Department of Human Rights, Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning Statistical Analysis Center.

Sit Down and Play (SDP) Juvenile Justice

Shah, Reshma, Daniela DeFrino, Yoonsang Kim, and Marc Atkins. 2016. “Sit Down and Play: A Preventive Primary Care-Based Program to Enhance Parenting Practices.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:540–47.

Situational Crime Prevention at Nightclub Entrances (Perth, Western Australia) Crime Prevention

Cozens, Paul, and Shane Grieve. 2014. “Situational Crime Prevention at Nightclub Entrances in Perth, Western Australia: Exploring Micro-Level Crime Precipitators.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16:54–70.

Situational Crime Prevention in Cerritos and Paramount Industrial Parts Crime Prevention

Peiser, Richard B., and Alain Chang. 1998. "Situational Crime and Prevention in Cerritos and Paramount Industrial Parts." In M. Felson and R. Peiser (eds.). Reducing Crime Through Real Estate Development and Management. Washington, D.C.: Urban Land Institute, p. 137-45.

Situational Crime Prevention in Schools Juvenile Justice

O'Neill, Lauren, and Jean Marie McGloin. 2007. "Considering the Efficacy of Situational Crime Prevention in Schools." Journal of Criminal Justice 35:511-23.

Situational Crime Prevention (SCP) Tactics in Schools Juvenile Justice

O'Neill, Lauren, and Jean McGloin. 2007. "Considering the Efficacy of Situational Crime Prevention in Schools." Journal of Criminal Justice 35:511-23.

Skills for School Success Juvenile Justice

Heydenberk, Roberta A., Warren Heydenberk, and Vera Tzenova. 2006. "Conflict Resolution and Bully Prevention: Skills for School Success." Conflict Resolution Quarterly 24(1):55–69.

Skills, Opportunities, and Recognition (SOAR) Juvenile Justice

Lonczak, Heather S., Robert D. Abbott, J. David Hawkins, Rick Kosterman, and Richard Catalano. 2002. "Effects of the Seattle Social Development Project on Sexual Behavior, Pregnancy, Birth, and Sexually Transmitted Disease Outcomes by Age 21 Years." Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 156(5):438-47.

Small Business and Crime Initiative (England) Crime Prevention

Tilley, Nick, and Matt Hopkins. 1998. Business as Usual: An Evaluation of the Small Business and Crime Initiative. London, England: Policing and Reducing Crime Unit, Police Research Series.

Bowers, Kate I. 2001. "Small Business Crime: The Evaluation of a Crime Prevention Initiative." Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal 3:23-42.

Small-Scale Bullying Prevention Discussion Video for Classrooms Juvenile Justice

Migliaccio, Todd, and Juliana Raskauskas. 2013. "Small-Scale Bullying Prevention Discussion Video for Classrooms: A Preliminary Evaluation." Children & Schools 35(2):71–81.

Sober Living Houses Corrections

Polcin, Douglas L. 2006. "What About Sober Living Houses for Parolees?" Criminal Justice Studies 19(3):291-300.

Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) Juvenile Justice

Lendrum, Ann, Neil Humphrey, and Michael Wigelsworth. 2013. "Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) for Secondary Schools: Implementation Difficulties and Their Implications for School-based Mental Health Promotion." Child and Adolescent Mental Health 18(3):158-64.

Social Competence Intervention for Children with Learning Disabilities Juvenile Justice

Milligan, Karen, Marjory Phillips, and Ashley S. Morgan. 2016. “Tailoring Social Competence Interventions for Children with Learning Disabilities.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(3):856–69.

Social Impact Bonds Crime Prevention

Callanan, L., J. Law, and L. Mendonca..2012. From Potential to Action: Bringing Social Impact Bonds to the US. Washington, D.C.: McKinsey & Company.

Social Norms Marketing Campaign to Reduce High-Risk Drinking (University of Mississippi) Juvenile Justice

Gomberg, Laura, Shari Kessel Schneider, and William DeJong. 2001. "Evaluation of a Social Norms Marketing Campaign to Reduce High-Risk Drinking at the University of Mississippi." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 27(2):375-89.

Social-Business Initiative Programme for At-Risk Youth (Israel) Juvenile Justice

Krumer-Nevo, Michal, Adi Barak, and Meir Teichman. 2007. "Inclusion and Its Implementation: Youth Workers’ Perspectives on an Experimental Social–Business Initiative for ‘At-Risk’ Youth in Israeli Community Centres." Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 2(3):257–60.

South Carolina's Sex Offender Registration and Notification (SORN) Corrections

Letourneau, Elizabeth J., Jill S. Levenson,Dipankar Bandyopadhyay, Kevin S. Armstrong, and Debajyoti Sinha. 2010. "The Effects of Sex Offender Registration and Notification on Judicial Decisions." Criminal Justice Review, 35(3):295-317.

Letourneau, Elizabeth J., Jill S. Levenson, Dipankar Bandyopadhyay, Debajyoti Sinha, and Kevin S. Armstrong. 2010. "Effects of South Carolina's Sex Offender Registration and Notification Policy on Adult Recidivism." Criminal Justice Policy Review 21:435-58.

Southeastern Mental Health Court Courts

Moore, Marlee E., and Virginia A. Hiday. 2006. "Mental Health Court Outcomes: A Comparison of Re-Arrest and Re-Arrest Severity Between Mental Health Court and Traditional Court Participants." Law and Human Behavior 30:659-74.

Special Cells (India) Victims

Dave, Anjali. 2013. “Strategic Alliance, a Way Forward for Violence Against Women: A Case for the Special Cells, India.” Violence Against Women 19(10):1203–1223.

Specially Trained Officer (STO) (England) Law Enforcement

McMillan, Lesley. 2015. “The Role of the Specially Trained Officer in Rape and Sexual Offence Cases.” Policing and Society 25(6):622–40.

St. Leonard's Ministries' Grace House Program Corrections

Cossyleon, Jennifer Elena, and Jessica Reichert. 2015. Women and Reentry: Evaluation of the St. Leonard’s Ministries’ Grace House Program. Chicago: Ill.: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

Reichert, J. 2015. Evaluation of St. Leonard's Ministries: Case Studies of Former Residents of St. Leonard’s House and Grace House. Chicago: Ill.: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.

St. Louis (Mo.) Consent to Search Program Law Enforcement

Decker, Scott H., Richard Rosenfeld. 2001. From Problem-Solving to Crime Suppression to Community Mobilization: An Evaluation of the St. Louis Consent-to Search Program. Rockville, Md.: National Criminal Justice Reference Services.

National Institute of Justice. 2004. Reducing Gun Violence: The St. Louis Consent-to-Search Program, Research Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

St. Louis County (Mo.) Municipal Mental Health Court Courts

Dirks-Linhorst, P. Ann, David Kondrat, Donald M. Linhorst, and Nicole Morani. 2011. "Factors Associated with Mental Health Court Nonparticipation and Negative Termination." Justice Quarterly:1-30.

St. Louis (Mo.) Problem Oriented Policing and Drug Market Locations Law Enforcement

Hope, Timothy J. 1994. Problem-Oriented Policing and Drug-Market Locations: Three Case Studies. Manchester, England: University of Manchester, School of Social Policy.

St. Mary's County (MD) Juvenile Drug Court Juvenile Justice

Mackin, Juliette R., Lisa Lucas, Callie Lambarth, Mark Waller, Theresa Herrera, Shannon Carey, and Michael Finigan. 2010. “St. Mary’s County Juvenile Drug Court Outcome and Cost Evaluation.” Portland, Ore.: NPC Research.

State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program Law Enforcement

Davis, Lois M., Todd C. Helmus, Priscilla Hunt, Leslie Adrienne Payne, Salar Jahedi, and Flavia Tsang. “Assessment of the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program.” Santa Monica: Calif.: Rand.

State Criminal Alien Assistance Program Law Enforcement

Lilley, David, and Rachel Boba. 2009. "Crime Reduction Outcomes Associated with the State Criminal Alien." Journal of Criminal Justice 37:217-24.

State UCR Policy and Procedures on Bias Crime Reporting Law Enforcement

Barnett-Ryan, Cynthia, and James J. Nolan. 2005. "Impact of State UCR Policy and Procedures on Bias Crime Reporting." Criminal Justice Studies 18(4):305-19.

Stay on Track Juvenile Justice

Osborne, Deborah M., and David L. Ross. 2006. Stay on Track Program Evaluation. South Daytona, FL: National Center for Prevention and Research Solutions.

Stay'n Out Therapeutic Community Corrections

Wexler, Harry K., and Ronald Williams. 1986. "The Stay 'N Out Therapeutic Community: Prison Treatment for Substance Abusers." Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 18(3):221-30.

Wexler, Harry K., Gregory P. Falkin, and Douglas S. Lipton. 1990. "Outcome Evaluation of a Prison Therapeutic Community for Substance Abuse Treatment." Criminal Justice and Behavior 17(1):71-92.

Staying Alive Programme Drugs

Tobin, Karin E., Susan Sherman, Peter Beilenson, Christopher Welsh, and Carl Latkin. 2008. "Evaluation of the Staying Alive Programme: Training Injection Drug Users to Properly Administer Naloxone and Save Lives." International Journal of Drug Policy 20:131–6.

Stepped Care Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (SC-TF-CBT) Juvenile Justice

Salloum, Alison, Victoria R. Swaidan, Angela Claudio Torres, Tanya K. Murphy, and Eric A. Storch. “Parents’ Perception of Stepped Care and Standard Care Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Young Children.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26(1):262–74.

Stop It Now (Media Campaign) Victims

Rheinggold, Alyssa A., Carole Campbell, Shannon Self-Brown, Michael de Arellano, Heidi Resnick, and Dean Kilpatrick. 2007. "Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: Evaluation of a Community Media Campaign." Child Maltreatment 12(4):352-63.

STOP Violence Against American Indian Women (VAIW) Program Victims

Luna-Firebaugh, Eileen M. 2006. "Violence Against American Indian Women and the Services-Training-Officers-Prosecutors Violence Against Indian Women (STOP VAIW) Program." Violence Against Women 12(2):125-36.

Stopping Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) Crime Prevention

Hendricks, Bryan, Todd Werner, Lee Shipway, Greg J. Turinetti. 2006. "Recidivism Among Spousal Abusers. Predictions and Program Evaluation." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 21(6):703-716

Stopping Teenage Addiction to Tobacco Juvenile Justice

Jason, Leonard A., Peter Y. Ji, Michael D. Anes, and Scott H. Birkhead. 1991. "Active Enforcement of Cigarette Control Laws in the Prevention of Cigarette Sales to Minors." The Journal of American Medical Association 266(22):3159-61.

Jason, Leonard A., Peter Y. Ji, Michael D. Anes, and Pamela Xaverious. 1992. "Assessing Cigarette Sales Rates to Minors." Evaluation & the Health Professions 15:375-83.

Jason, Leonard A., William Billows, and Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 1996. "Reducing the Illegal Sales of Cigarettes to Minors: Analysis of Alternative Enforcement Schedules." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 29:333-44.

Jason, Leonard A., William Billows, Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, and Caroline King. 1996. "Long-Term Findings from Woodridge in Reducing Illegal Cigarette Sales to Older Minors." Evaluation & the Health Professions 19:3-13.

Jason, Leonard A., Marjorie Berk, Daniel L. Schnopp-Wyatt, and Bruce Talbot. 1999. "Effects of Enforcement of Youth Access Laws on Smoking Prevalence." American Journal of Community Psychology 27(2):143-59.

Jason, Leonard A., Richard Katz, Jennifer Vavra, Daniel L. Schnopp-Wyatt, and Bruce Talbot. 1999. "Long-Term Follow-Up of Youth Access to Tobacco Laws' Impact on Smoking Prevalence." Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2(3):1-13.

STORIES Juvenile Justice

Teglasi, Hedwig, and Lee Rothman. 2001. "STORIES: A Classroom-Based Program to Reduce Aggressive Behaviour." Journal of School Psychology 30(1):71–94.

Rahill, Stephanie and Hedwig Teglasi, H. 2003. "Process and Outcomes of Story-Based and Skill-Based Social Competency Programs for Children with Emotional Disabilities." Journal of School Psychology 41:413–29.

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI) Project (Memphis, Tenn.) Law Enforcement

Coldren, James R. "Chip," and David Forde. 2010. The Memphis Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiatives (SACSI) Project: A Case Study. Chicago, Ill.: University of Illinois at Chicago, Center for Research in Law and Justice, National Assessment Team.

Hartstone, Eliot C., and Dorinda Richetelli. 2005. A Final Assessment of the Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative in New Haven. Farmington, Conn.: Spectrum Associates, Market Research Incorporated.

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI) Project (Multisite.) Law Enforcement

Roehl, J., D. P. Rosenbaum, S. K. Costello, J. R. Coldren, Jr., A. M. Schuck, L. Kunard, and D. R. Forde. 2006. Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI) in 10 U.S. Cities: The Building Blocks for Project Safe Neighborhoods. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Strategies to Stabilize and Integrate Adult Survivors of Human Trafficking Victims

Gozdziak, Elzbieta, and Lindsay Lowell. 2016. “After Rescue: Evaluation of Strategies to Stabilize and Integrate Adult Survivors of Human Trafficking to the United States.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Strathclyde Community Intelligence Project (Scotland) Crime Prevention

Hamilton-Smith, Niall, Simon Mackenzie, Alistair Henry, and Catherine Davidones. 2014. “Community Policing and Reassurance: Three Studies, One Narrative.” Criminology & Criminal Justice 14(2):160–78.

Street Closures and Barricades (Miami Shores, Fla.) Crime Prevention

Atlas, Randall, and William LeBlanc. 1994. " The Impact on Crime of Street Closures and Barricades: A Florida Case Study." Security Journal 5(3):140–45.

Street Geocoding for Determining Residential Restriction Zones for Sex Offenders Crime Prevention

Zandbergen, Paul A., and Timothy C. Hart. 2009. "Geocoding Accuracy Considerations in Determining Residency Restrictions for Sex Offenders." Criminal Justice Policy Review 20(1):62-90.

Zandbergen, Paul A. 2008. "A Comparison of Address Point, Parcel and Street Geocoding Techniques." Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 32:214-32.

Street Lighting (England) Crime Prevention

Cozens, Paul M., Richard H. Neale, Jeremy Whitaker, David Hillier, and Max Graham. 2003. "A Critical Review of Street Lighting, Crime and Fear of Crime in the British City." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 5:7-24.

Strength at Home Corrections

Taft, Casey T., Alexandra Macdonald, Candice Monson, Sherry Walling, Patricia Resick, and Christopher Murphy. 2013. "Strength at Home Group Intervention for Military Populations Engaging in Intimate Partner Violence: Pilot Findings." Journal of Family Violence 28:225–31.

Strengthening Education in Juvenile Detention Center (SEJDC) Juvenile Justice

Benner, Gregory J., Songtain Zeng, Annie Laurie Armstrong, Cathrin Anderson, and Erin Carpenter. 2016a. Strengthening Education in Short-Term Juvenile Detention Centers: Final Technical Report. Tacoma: Wash.: University of Washington, Tacoma, Center for Strong Schools.

Benner, Gregory J., Songtain Zeng, Annie Laurie Armstrong, Cathrin Anderson, and Erin Carpenter. 2016b. Strengthening Education in Short-Term Juvenile Detention Centers Manual. Tacoma: Wash.: University of Washington, Tacoma, Center for Strong Schools.

Benner, Gregory J., Annie Laurie Armstrong, Cathrin Anderson, and Songtian Zeng. 2016c. Strengthening Education in Short-Term Juvenile Detention Centers: Quality Assurance Tool (QAT). Tacoma: Wash.: University of Washington, Tacoma, Center for Strong Schools.

Strengthening the Bonds of Chicano Youth and Families Juvenile Justice

Varela, Ralph. 2001. Cultural Competent Prevention Program for At-Risk Chicano Youth. Eloy, Ariz.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.

Strengthening Families Program (SFP) for Incarcerated Parents Corrections

Miller, Alison L., Jamie Perryman, Lara Markovitz, Susan Franzen, Shirley Cochran, and Shavonnea Brown. 2013. “Strengthening Incarcerated Families: Evaluating a Pilot Program for Children of Incarcerated Parents and Their Caregivers.” Family Relationships 62(4).

Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth 10-14 (SFP) for Fathers Returning from Prison Corrections

Scott, Mindy E., Kimberly Turner, Heather Wasik, April Wilson, Jenita Parekh, Elizabeth Karberg, and Makedah Johnson. 2017. “An Experimental Evaluation of a Family Strengthening Intervention to Enhance Post-Release Adjustment for Reentering Fathers and Improve Child Well-Being.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Strengthening the Families Programme 10-14 (SFP 10-14) (Middle East and Central America Region) Juvenile Justice

Maalouf, Wadih, and Giovanna Campello. 2014. “The Influence of Family Skills Programmes on Violence Indicators: Experience From a Multi-Site Project of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Low and Middle Income Countries.” Aggression and Violent Behavior (19):616–24.

Strengths-based Offender Reintegration Corrections

Burnett, Ros, and Shadd Maruna. 2006. "The Kindness of Prisoners: Strengths-based Resettlement in Theory and in Action." Criminology & Criminal Justice 6(1):83-106.

Stress-Control Program for Children Juvenile Justice

Henderson, Phyllis, Thomas Kelbey, and Katherine Engebretson. 1992. "Effects of a Stress-control Program on Children's Locus of Control, Self-concept, and Coping Behavior." The School Counselor 40:125-30.

Strict School Disciplinary Policies on Personal and Peer Delinquency Juvenile Justice

Zimmerman, Gregory M., and Carter Rees. 2014. “Do School Disciplinary Policies Have Positive Social Impacts? Examining the Attenuating Effects of School Policies on the Relationship Between Personal and Peer Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice 42:54–65.

Structured Interview of Family Assessment Risk (SIFAR) Tool Juvenile Justice

Dos Santos, Figueiredo, Jose Diamantino, and Isabel Maria Marques Alberto. 2015. “Developing a Family Risk Assessment Tool in Adolescent Offenders: An Exploratory Study.” Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 33:103–13.

Student Assistance Program (Va.) Juvenile Justice

Hardwicke, Shannon Bragg. 2009. An Analysis of Student Assistance Program Outcomes. Blacksburg, VA.: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Philosophy.

Student Emotional and Educational Development (SEED) Project Juvenile Justice

Michael, Kurt D., Melissa W. George, Joni W. Splett, John Paul Jameson, Rafaella Sale, Abby A. Bode, Aidyn L. Iachini, Leslie K. Taylor, and Mark D. Weist. 2016. “Preliminary Outcomes of a Multi-Site, School-Based Modular Intervention for Adolescents Experiencing Mood Difficulties.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 25:1903–1915.

Students Counter Bullying (Australia) Juvenile Justice

Peterson, L., and K. Rigby. 1999. "Countering Bullying at an Australian Secondary School with Students as Helpers." Journal of Adolescence 22(3):481–92.

Students Talking it Over with Police (STOP) Law Enforcement

Freiburger, T.L. 2018. “Improving Youths’ Attitudes About the Police: Results From an Experimental Design.” Criminal Justice Review. doi: 0734016818811919

Summer Treatment Program (Chicago, Ill.) Juvenile Justice

Frazier, Stacy L., Anil Chacko, Christine Van Gessel, Caroline O’Boyle, and William E. Pelham. 2012. “The Summer Treatment Program Meets the South Side of Chicago: Bridging Science and Service in Urban After-School Programs.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 17(2):86–92.

Summons In Lieu of Arrest Policy Corrections

Baumer, Terry L., and Kenneth Adams. 2006. "Controlling a Jail Population by Partially Closing the Front Door: An Evaluation of a "Summons in Lieu of Arrest" Policy." The Prison Journal 86(3):386-402.

Sunnybay Burglary Initiative (England) Crime Prevention

Mawby, R.I. and C. Jones. 2007. "Attempting to Reduce Hotel Burglary: Implementation Failure in a Multi-Agency Context." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 9:145-66.

Support, Teambuilding, and Referral (STAR) Intervention Juvenile Justice

Cavaleri, Mary A., Melanie Perez, Geraldine Burton, Marlene Penn, Nisha Beharie, and Kimberly E. Hoagwood. 2010. “Developing the Support, Teambuilding, and Referral (STAR) Intervention: A Research/Community Partnership.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 15(1):56–59.

Supporting Kids and Their Environment (SKATE) Juvenile Justice

Lewis, Andrew J., Natalie-Mai Holmes, Brittany Watkins, and Donna Mathers. 2015. “Children Impacted by Parental Substance Abuse: An Evaluation of the Supporting Kids and Their Environment Program.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(8):2398–2406.

Switch-Track (Canyon County, Idaho) Crime Prevention

Idaho Statistical Analysis Center. 2012. An Evaluation of a Comprehensive Community Initiative: Switch-Track. Meridian, ID: Idaho State Police, Statistical Analysis Center.

Talent 4 . . . Corrections

McGuire-Snieckus, R., and L. Caulfield, L. 2017. “An Evaluation of Talent 4...: A Programme to Identify Talent and Skills for Prisoners, Disadvantaged, Unemployed, and Vulnerable Groups.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 62(11):3460-3484.

“Talkstory” Intervention for IPV Victims (Hawaii & Philippines) Victims

Shoultz, J., L. Magnussen, N. Kreidman, M.F. Oneha, C. Iannce-Spencer, and R. Hayashi-Simpliciano. 2015. “Engaging Native Hawaiians and Pilipinos in Creating Supportive and Safe Violence-Free Communities for Women Through a Piloted ‘Talkstory’ Intervention: Implications For Program Development.” Evaluation and Program Planning 51:78–84.

De Wit, J., E. Das, and R. Vet. 2008. “What Works Best: Objective Statistics or a Personal Testimonial? An Assessment of the Persuasive Effects of Different Types of Message Evidence on Risk Perception.” Health Psychology 27(1):110–15.

Target Hardening (New Zealand) Law Enforcement

Casey, Cathy, Bhavani PaulRaj, Susie Jacka, and Tanya Segessenmann. 2004. Evaluation of the Target Hardening Pilot Programme. New Zealand: Ministry of Justice.

Target Hardening in Northumbria (England) Crime Prevention

Allatt, Patricia. 1984. “Residential Security: Containment and Displacement of Burglary.” The Howard Journal 23(2):99–116.

Teach One Reach One (TORO) Juvenile Justice

Ritchwood, Tiarney D., Tashuna Albritton, Aletha Y. Akers, Gaurav Dave, Dana Carthron, Adaora A. Adimora, Project GRACE, and Giselle Corbie-Smith. 2015. “The Effect of Teach One Reach One (TORO) on Youth Acceptance of Couple Violence.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(12):3805–3815.

Teen and Police Service (TAPS) Academy Juvenile Justice

Jones, Chenelle A., Everette B. Penn, and Shannon Davenport. 2015. “Social Distance Between Minority Youth and the Police: An Exploratory Analysis of the TAPS Academy.” Journal of Juvenile Justice 4(1):30–46.

Teen Court (Ill.) Juvenile Justice

Rasmussen, Andrew, and Carol I. Diener. 2005. "A Prospective Longitudinal Study of Teen Court's Impact on Offending Youths' Behavior." Juvenile & Family Court Journal:17-32.

Rasmussen, Andrew. 2004. "Little Speculation Teen Court Referral, Sentencing, and Subsequent Recidivism: Two Proportional Hazards Models and a Little Speculation." Crime & Delinquency 50(4):615-35.

Teen Courts (Los Angeles County, Calif.) Juvenile Justice

Gase, Lauren N., Tony Kuo, Elaine S. Lai, Michael A. Stoll, and Ninez A. Ponce. 2016. “The Impact of Two Los Angeles County Teen Courts on Youth Recidivism: Comparing Two Informal Probation Programs.” Journal of Experimental Criminology 12:105–26.

Teen Dating Violence Legislation (Texas) Juvenile Justice

Jackson, Robin D., Leana A. Bouffard, and Kathleen A. Fox. 2014. “Putting Policy Into Practice: Examining School Districts’ Implementation of Teen Dating Violence Legislation.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 25(4):503–24.

Teens Life Choices Juvenile Justice

Sheppard, Christopher S., Megan Golonka, and Philip Costanzo. 2012. "Evaluating the Impact of a Substance Use Intervention Program on the Peer Status and Influence of Adolescent Peer Leaders." Prevention Science 13:75–85.

Telephone-Administered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Veterans Corrections

Mohr, David C., Timothy Carmody, Lauren Erickson, and Ling Jin. 2011. "Telephone-Administered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Veterans Served by Community-Based Outpatient Clinics." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 79(2):261-65.

Texas DWI Court Courts

Cavanaugh, Michael R. and Travis W. Franklin. 2012. "Do DWI Courts Work? An Empirical Evaluation of a Texas DWI Court." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51(4):257-74.

Text-to-Speech Software for Incarcerated Adult Literacy Education Corrections

McCulley, Yvette, Catherine Gillespie, and Anne H. Murr. 2014. "Assessing the Effectiveness of Text-to-Speech Software in Incarcerated Adult Literacy Education." The Journal of Correctional Education 65(2):2-19.

TextNow Juvenile Justice

Brooks, Greg, and Roger Tarling. 2012. "Boosting the Reading Levels and Attitudes of Young People who Have Offended: A Review of the Evidence and the Lessons Learnt from an Evaluation of TextNow." Youth Justice 12(3):184-98.

Thailand Anti Trafficking Task Force Victims

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The ‘Junior-Partner’ Model (Partnership Policing) (South Africa) Law Enforcement

Diphoorn, Tessa, and Julie Berg. 2014. “Typologies of Partnership Policing: Case Studies From Urban South Africa.” Policing and Society 24(4):425–42.

The After School Program (Loup City, NE) Juvenile Justice

Sherman County Crime Commission Grant. 2011. Loup City After-School Program. Lincoln, Neb.: Schmeekle Research, Inc.

The Child Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Mediation Pilot Project (Mecklenburg County, N.C.) Juvenile Justice

Trosch Jr., Judge Louis A., Linda Thomas Sanders, and Sharon Kugelmass. 2002. "Child Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Mediation Pilot Project." Juvenile & Family Court Journal:67-78.

The Community Partners Program Crime Prevention

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Zevitz, Richard G. 2002. "Breaking the Routine: Assessing the Effectiveness of a Multi-Neighborhood Anticrime Initiative Through Qualitative Interviewing." The Justice Professional 15(2):127-47.

The Dil Mil Intervention (India) Victims

Krishnan, Suneeta, Kalyani Subbiah, Sajida Kahnum, Prabha S. Chandra, and Nancy S. Padian. 2012. "An Intergenerational Women's Empowerment Intervention to Mitigate Domestic Violence: Results Of A Pilot Study in Bengaluru, India." Violence Against Women 18(3):346-70.

The Drew House [Prison Alternatives in Community Treatment (PACT) Project] Corrections

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The Effect of Contact with the Juvenile Justice System (Crossroads Study) Juvenile Justice

Beardslee, Jordan Bechtold. 2014. “Under the Radar or Under Arrest: How Does Contact with the Juvenile Justice System Affect Delinquency and Academic Outcomes?” Irvine: Calif.: University of California, Irvine.

The Effect of Employment on Offending for Juvenile Sex Offenders (Netherlands) Juvenile Justice

Van den Berg, Chantal, Catrien Bijleveld, Jan Hendriks, and Irma Mooi-Reci. 2014. “The Juvenile Sex Offender: The Effect of Employment on Offending.” Journal of Criminal Justice 42:145–52.

The Expect Respect Program Juvenile Justice

Ball, Barbara, Andra Teten Tharp, Rita K. Noonan, Linda Anne Valle, Merle E. Hamburger, and Barri Rosenbluth. 2012. "Expect Respect Support Groups: Preliminary Evaluation Of A Dating Violence Prevention Program For At-Risk Youth." Violence Against Women 18(7):746-62.

The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program Corrections

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Allred, Sarah L., Lana D. Harrison, and Daniel J. O'Connell. 2013. "Self-Efficacy: An Important Aspect of Prison-Based Learning." The Prison Journal 93(2):211-33.

The Jail Sexual Assault Prevention Project Corrections

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The Men's Program Crime Prevention

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Jennifer, John D. Foubert, Hope M. Brasfield, Brent Hill, and Shannon Shelley-Tremblay. 2011. "The Men's Program: Does It Impact College Men's Self-Reported Bystander Efficacy and Willingness to Intervene?" Violence Against Women 17(6):743-59.

Foubert, John D., and Johnathan T. Newberry. 2006. "Effects of Two Versions of an Empathy-Based Rape Prevention Program on Fraternity Men's Survivor Empathy, Attitudes, and Behavioral Intent to Commit Rape or Sexual Assault." Journal of College Student Development 47(2):133-48.

Foubert, John D. 2000. "The Longitudinal Effects of a Rape-Prevention Program on Fraternity Men's Attitudes, Behavioral Intent, and Behavior." Journal of American College Health 48(4):158-63.

The Mosquito Juvenile Justice

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The Ohio University Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Program Victims

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Breitenbecher, Kimberly H., and Christine A. Gidycz. 1998. "An Empirical Evaluation of a Program Designed to Reduce the Risk of Multiple Sexual Victimization." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 13(4):472-88.

Gidycz, Christine A., Cindy L. Rich, Nichole L. Marioni, Catherine Loh, Steven Jay Lynn, Lisa Marmelstein Blackwell, Jane Stafford, Rachel Fite, and Joanna Pashdag. 2001. "The Evaluation of a Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Program: A Multisite Investigation." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 69(6):1073-78.

The Parceria (Partnership) Project (Brazil) Victims

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The Program for Offenders (TPFO) Corrections

Yamatani, Hide. 2012. The Program For Offenders: Comprehensive Evaluation and Cost/Benefit Analysis of a Community Corrections Facility. Pittsburgh, PA: Excellence Research, Inc.

The Sheffield Project Juvenile Justice

Eslea, M., and P.K. Smith. 1998. "The Long-Term Effectiveness of Anti-Bullying Work in Primary Schools." Educational Research. 40(2):203–18.

The Truth Campaign (Fla.) Juvenile Justice

Dietz, Noella A., Lori Westphal, Kris Arheart, David Lee, Youjie Huang, David Sly, and Evelyn Davila. 2010. "Changes in Youth Cigarette Use Following the Dismantling of an Anti tobacco Media Campaign in Florida." Preventing Chronic Disease, Public Health Research, Practice and Policy 7(3):1-4.

Sly, David F., Richard Hokins, Edward Trapido, and Sarah Ray. 2001. "Influence of a Counteradvertising Media Campaign on Initiation of Smoking: The Florida "Truth" Campaign." American Journal of Public Health 91(2):233-38.

Sly, David F., Gary Heald, and Sarah Ray. 2001. "The Florida Truth Anti-Tobacco Media Evaluation Design, First year Results, and Implications for Planning Future State Media Evaluations." Tobacco Control 10:9-15.

The Tweenees Program Juvenile Justice

Barron, Ian G., and Keith J. Topping. 2013. “Exploratory Evaluation of a School-Based Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program.” Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 22:931–48.

The Women's Studies Course Juvenile Justice

Martin, Jennifer L. 2008. “Peer Sexual Harassment: Finding Voice, Changing Culture—An Intervention Strategy For Adolescent Females.” Violence Against Women 14(1):100-24.

Therapeutic Case Management in Substance Abuse Treatment Juvenile Justice

Noel, Pamela E. 2006. “The Impact of Therapeutic Case Management on Participation in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 32:311–27.

Therapeutic Community (Large Southwestern City) Drugs

Bankston, Susan M., Deidra D. Carroll, Stanley G. Cron, L. Kian Granmayeh, Marianne T. Marcus, F. Gerard Moeller, Joy M. Schmitz, Paul Swank, and Patricia R. Liehr. 2009. "Substance Abuser Impulsivity Decreases with a Nine-Month Stay in a Therapeutic Community." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 35:417-20.

Therapeutic Community Model of Treatment for Violent Offenders Corrections

Day, A., and P. Doyle. “Violent Offender Rehabilitation and the Therapeutic Community Model of Treatment: Towards Integrated Service Provision?” Aggression and Violent Behavior 15:380–86.

Therapeutic Gardening in a Juvenile Detention Center (Texas) Juvenile Justice

Sandel, Mark H. 2004. "Therapeutic Gardening in a Long-Term Detention Setting." Journal for Juvenile Justice Services 19(1/2):123-31.

Therapeutic Horticulture Program for Battered Women Victims

Renzetti, Claire M., and Diane R. Follingstad. 2015. “From Blue to Green: The Development and Implementation of a Therapeutic Horticulture Program for Residents of a Battered Women's Shelter.” Violence and Victims 30(4):676–90.

Think Smart Juvenile Justice

Johnson, Knowlton W., Kristen Ogllvie, David Collins, Stephen Shamblen, Lisa Dirks, Christopher Ringwalt, and Jennifer Norland. 2010. "Studying Implementation Quality of a School-Based Prevention Curriculum in Frontier Alaska: Application of Video-Recorded Observations and Expert Panel Judgement." Prevention Science 11:275–86.

Think Trauma: A Training for Staff in Juvenile Justice Residential Setting Corrections

Baetz, Carly Lyn, Michael Surko, Mahtab Moaveni, Felicia McNair, Amanda Bart, Sara Workman, Frank Tedeschi, Jennifer Havens, Fei Guo, Carol Quinlan, and Sarah McCue Horwitz. 2019. “Impact of a Trauma-Informed Intervention for Youth and Staff on Rates of Violence in Juvenile Detention Settings.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi: 10.1177/0886260519857163

Thinking Skills Programme (UK) Corrections

Gobbett, Matthew J., and Joselyn L. Sellen. 2014. “An Evaluation of the HM Prison Service “Thinking Skills Programme” Using Psychometric Assessments.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 58(4):454–73.

Thought Field Therapy for the Treatment of PTSD Victims

Connolly, S., and Sakai, C. 2011. “Brief Trauma Intervention With Rwandan Genocide-Survivors Using Thought Field Therapy.” International Journal of Emergency Mental Health 13(3):161–72.

Robson, H., P.M. Robson, R. Ludwig, C. Mitabu, and C. Phillips, C. 2016. “Effectiveness of Thought Field Therapy Provided by Newly-Instructed Community Workers to a Traumatised Population in Uganda: A Randomised Trial.” Current Research in Psychology 7(1):1–11.

Irgens, A., T. Dammen, T. E. Nysaeter, and A. Hoffart. 2012. “Thought Field Therapy (TFT) as a Treatment for Anxiety Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing 8:331–38.

Connolly, S.M., D. Roe-Sepowitz, C. Sakai, and J. Edwards. 2013. “Utilizing Community Resources to Treat PTSD: A Randomized Controlled Study Using Thought Field Therapy.” African Journal of Traumatic Stress 3(1):24–31.

Three State Recidivism Study: Education in Corrections Corrections

Steurer, S.J., L. Smith, and A. Tracy. 2001. Three Rate Recidivism Study. Lanham, Md.: Correctional Education Association.

ThuisBest (MST) Juvenile Justice

Rovers, Anne, Annemarieke Blankestein, Rachel van der Rijken, Ron Scholte, and Aurelie Lange. 2019. “Treatment Outcomes of a Shortened Secure Residential Stay Combined With Multisystemic Therapy: A Pilot Study.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 63(15-16):2654–2671.

Title I School-Wide Program Juvenile Justice

Orpinas, Pamela, Arthur Horne, and Deborah Staniszewski. 2003. " School Bullying: Changing the Problem by Changing the School." School Psychology Review 32(3):431–44.

Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) Juvenile Justice

Little, Melissa A., Pallav Pokhrel, Steve Sussman, and Louise Rohrbach. 2015. "The Process of Adoption of Evidence-Based Tobacco Use Prevention Programs in California Schools." Prevention Science 16:80–89.

Tools of the Mind Juvenile Justice

Blair, Clancy, and Cybele Raver. 2014. "Closing the Achievement Gap Through Modification of Neuricognitive and Neuroendocrine Function: Results from a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial of an Innovative Approach to the Education of Children in Kindergarten." PLoS ONE 9(11):1–13.

To-Gather with Youth Project (TYP) Juvenile Justice

Bademci, Ozden H., E. Figen Karadayi, and Felicity de Zulueta. 2015. “Attachment Intervention through Peer-Based Interaction: Working With Istanbul's Street Boys in a University Setting.” Children and Youth Services Review 49:20–31.

Tourism Police Units Law Enforcement

Mawby, Rob, Kwaku Boakye, and Carol Jones. 2015. “Policing Tourism: The Emergence of Specialist Units.” Policing and Society 25(4):378–92.

Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report (U.S. Department of State) Law Enforcement

Wooditch, Alese. 2011. "The Efficacy of the Trafficking in Persons Report: A Review of the Evidence." Criminal Justice Policy Review 22:471-93.

Training and Coaching Program for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Juvenile Justice

Rivard, Mélina, Marjorie Morin, Céline Mercier, Amélie Terroux, Catherine Mello, and Anabel Lépin. 2017. “Social Validity of a Training and Coaching Program for Parents of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder on a Waiting List for Early Behavioral Intervention.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 26:877–87.

Transcendental Mediation Program Corrections

Hawkins, Mark A. 2003."Effectiveness of the Transcendental Mediation Program in Criminal Rehabilitation and Substance Abuse Recovery: A Review of the Research." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 36(1):47-65.

Walton, Kenneth G., and Deborah Levitsky. 2003. "Effects of the Transcendental Mediation Program on Neuroendocrine Abnormalities Associated with Aggression and Crime." Journal of offender Rehabilitation 36(1):67-87.

Transcendental Meditation (TM) Program (Calif.) Corrections

Rainforth, M.V., C.N. Alexander, and K.L. Cavanaugh. 2003. “Effects of the Transcendental Meditation Program on Recidivism Among Former Inmates of Folsom Prison: Survival Analysis of 15-Year Follow-Up Data.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 36(1):181–03.

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Transition from Prison to Community Initiative Corrections

Willison, Janeen Buck, Jesse Jannetta, Hannah Dodd, S. Rebecca Neusteter, Kevin Warwick, Kaitlin Greer, Andrea Matthews. 2012. Process and Systems Change Evaluation Findings from the Transition from Jail to Community Initiative. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute.

Transitional Jobs Program Corrections

Yahner, Jennifer, and Janine Zweig. 2012. Which Components of Transitional Job Programs Work Best? Analysis of Programs for Former Prisoners in the Transitional Jobs Reentry Demonstration. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, Justice Policy Center.

Transitional Living Program (TLP) Juvenile Justice

Abrams, Laura S., Sarah K.S. Shannon, and Cindy Sangalang. 2008. “Transition Services for Incarcerated Youth: A Mixed Methods Evaluation Study.” Children and Youth Services Review 30:522–35.

Transitional Rehabilitation Housing Pilot (TRHP) Program Corrections

Cherner, Rebecca, Joan Nandal, John Ecker, Tim Aubry, and Donna Pettey. 2013. "Findings of a Formative Evaluation of a Transitional Housing Program for Forensic Patients Discharged into the Community." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52(3):157-80.

TranSpace Project (European Countries) Juvenile Justice

Musil, Bojan, Sara Tement, Karin Bakracevic Vukman, and Ajda Sostaric. 2014. “Aggression in School and Family Contexts Among Youngsters With Special Needs: Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence from the TranSpace Project.” Children and Youth Services Review 44:46–55.

Trauma Grief-Focused Group Psychotherapy (TGCT) Victims

Layne, Christopher M, William R. Saltzman, Nadezda Savjak, Tatjana Popovid, Mirjana Music, Robert S. Pynoos, Berina Arslanagic, Mary Black, Elvira Durakovic, Nihada Campara, Nermin Djapo, and Ryan Houston. 2011. "Trauma/Grief-Focused Group Psychotherapy: School-Based Postwar Intervention With Traumatized Bosnian Adolescents." Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 5(4):277-90.

Layne, Christopher M., William R. Saltzman, Landon Poppleton, Gary M. Burlingame, Alma Pasalic, Elvira Durakovic, Mirjana Music, Nihada Campara, Nermin Ðapo, Berina Arslanagic, Alan M. Steinberg, and Robert S. Pynoos. 2008. "Effectiveness of a School-Based Group Psychotherapy Program for War-Exposed Adolescents: A Randomized Controlled Trial." Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 47(9):1048-62.

Trauma Systems Therapy Juvenile Justice

Saxe, Glenn N., Heidi Ellis, Jason Fogler, and Carryl P. Navalta. 2012. “Innovations in Practice: Preliminary Evidence for Effective Family Engagement in Treatment for Child Traumatic Stress-Trauma Systems Therapy Approach to Preventing Dropout.” Child and Adolescent Mental Health 17(1):58–61.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) (Connecticut) Juvenile Justice

Lang, Jason M., Robert P. Franks, Carrie Epstein, Carla Stover, and Jason A. Oliver. 2015. “Statewide Dissemination of an Evidence-Based Practice Using Breakthrough Series Collaboratives.” Children and Youth Services Review 55:201–09.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Juvenile Justice

Beidas, R.S., D.R. Adams, H. Kratz, K. Jackson, S. Berkowitz, A. Zinny, L.P. Cliggitt, K.I. DeWitt, L. Skriner, and A. Evans. 2015. “Lessons Learned While Building A Trauma-Informed Public Behavioral Health System in the City of Philadelphia.” Evaluation and Program Planning 59:21–32.

Chaffin, M., and B. Friedrich. 2004. “Evidence-Based Treatments in Child Abuse and Neglect.” Children and Youth Services Review 26:1097–1113.

Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM) for Women/Attachment Informed Adaption Victims

Masin-Moyer, Melanie, Malitta Engstrom, and Phyllis Solomon. 2019. “A Comparative Effectiveness Study of a Shortened Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model and an Attachment-Informed Adaptation.” Violence Against Women. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077801219836730

Treatment Alternative and Diversion (TAD) Program (Wis.) Corrections

Van Stelle, Kit R., Janae Goodrich, and Jason Paltzer. 2011. Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) Program: Advancing Effective Diversion in Wisconsin. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (Queens, New York) Corrections

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Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC) in Ohio Corrections

Ventura, Lois A., and Eric Lambert. 2004. "Recidivism 12 Months after TASC." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 39(1):63-82.

Owens, Stephen J., Kelli Klebe, Sheila Arens, Robert Durham, Joel Hughes, Candace Moor, Maureen O'Keefe, Janis Phillips, Julie Sarino, and Joe Stommel. 1997. "The Effectiveness of Colorado's TASC Programs." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 26(1/2):161-76.

Anglin, M. Douglas, Douglas Longshore, and Susan Turner. 1999. "Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime. An Evaluation of Five Programs." Criminal Justice and Behavior 26(2):168-95.

Treatment for Female Prisoners with Single and Co-Occurring Disorders (Pennsylvania) Corrections

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Treatment Noncompletion for Juvenile Offenders (Philadelphia's Family Court) Juvenile Justice

Lockwood, Brian. 2012. “The Influence of Travel Distance on Treatment Noncompletion for Juvenile Offenders.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49(4):572–600.

Treatment Programs for Incarcerated Women Corrections

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Tri-Agency Resource Gang Enforcement Team Juvenile Justice

Kent, Douglas R., and Peggy J. Smith. 1995. Westminster Police Department Tri-Agency Resource Gang Enforcement Team 1994 Year-End Report. Westminster, Calif.: Westminster Police Department.

Kent, Douglas R., Stewart I. Donaldson, Phelan A. Wyrick, and Peggy J. Smith. 2000. "Evaluating criminal Justice Programs Designed to Reduce Crime by Targeting Repeat Gang Offenders." Evaluation and Program Planning 23:115-24.

TRIAD Program for Repeat DUI Offenders Corrections

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Tribal Green Reentry Programs Juvenile Justice

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Lindquist, Christine, Ada Pecos Melton, Tasseli McKay, and Rita Martinez. 2014. “Incorporating Green Programming in Juvenile Justice Settings: Lessons Learned from OJJDP’s Tribal Green Reentry Initiative.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Lindquist, Christine, Ada Pecos Melton, Tasseli McKay, and Rita Martinez. 2013. “Early Implementation Experiences of OJJDP’s Tribal Green Reentry Programs.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Melton, Ada Pecos, Rita Martinez, and David J. Melton. “Experiences with Incorporating Culture into Tribal Green Reentry Programs.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Truancy Case Management Partnership Intervention (Washington, D.C.) Juvenile Justice

Liberman, Akiva, Meagan Cahill, and Lindsey Cramer. 2012. Interim Evaluation of the Pilot Program of the Truancy Case Management Partnership Intervention in the District of Columbia. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute.

Truancy Intervention Program (TIP) (Ramsey County, Minnesota) Juvenile Justice

McNeely, Clea A., Won F. Lee, Besufekad Alemu, Janet E. Rosenbaum, and Lynette M. Renner. 2019. “Finding Effective Ways to Reduce Truancy: An Evaluation of the Ramsey County Truancy Intervention Programs.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Truancy Reduction Demonstration Project Juvenile Justice

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Truancy Reduction Program (TRP) Juvenile Justice

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Truant Recovery Program Juvenile Justice

White, Michael, James Fyfe, Suzanne Campbell, and John S. Goldkamp. 2001. "The School-Police Partnership: Identifying At-Risk Youth Through a Truant Recovery Program." Evaluation Review 25(5):507-32.

Tuning Relationships with Music Victims

Colegrove, Vivienne M., Sophie S. Havighurst, Christiane E. Kehoe, and Stine L. Jacobsen. 2018. “Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of Tuning Relationships With Music: Intervention for Parents With A Trauma History and Their Adolescent.” Child Abuse & Neglect 79:259–68.

Unified Family and Drug Treatment Courts (North Carolina) Juvenile Justice

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Universal School-Based Youth Violence Prevention Trials Juvenile Justice

Farrell, Albert D., David Henry, and Amie Bettencourt. 2013. "Methodological Challanges Examining Subgroup Differences: Examples from Universal School- Based Youth Violence Prevention Trials." Prevention Science 14:121–33.

University Student Crime Prevention Awareness Project (University of Cincinnati) Crime Prevention

Madensen, Tamara D., and Marie Skubak. 2005. University Student Crime Prevention Awareness Project Evaluation. Cincinnati, Ohio: University of Cincinnati, Department of Criminal Justice.

Unobtrusive Suicide Warning System Corrections

Ashe, Jeffrey M., Ghulam Baloch, Meena Ganesh, Catherine Graichen, Nicholas Soldner, Vijay Lakamraju, Joe Zacchio, and Mark Vogel. 2013. Unobtrusive Suicide Warning System, Final Technical Report, Phase III. Washington, D.C.: U.S Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Urban Mental Health Court (Midwest) Courts

Kubiak, Sheryl, Juliette Roddy, Erin Comartin, and Elizabeth Tillander. 2015. “Cost Analysis of Long-Term Outcomes of an Urban Mental Health Court.” Evaluation and Program Planning 52:96–106.

Use of Psychiatric Medications in Juvenile Detention Facilities (Calif.) Juvenile Justice

Cohen, Edward, Jane E. Pfeifer, and Neal Wallace. 2014. “Use of Psychiatric Medications in Juvenile Detention Facilities and the Impact of State Placement Policy.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 23(4):738–44.

Using Text Messaging to Improve Attendance and Completion in a Parent Training Program Juvenile Justice

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Using Village Public Safety Officers to Enhance Responses to Violence Committed Against AI/AN Women Victims

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Veterans Justice Outreach Program (VJO) Corrections

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Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs) Courts

Baldwin, Julie Marie, and Joseph Rukus. 2015. “Healing the Wounds: An Examination of Veterans Treatment Courts in the Context of Restorative Justice.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 26(2):183–207.

Victim Impact Training (VIT) Corrections

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Victim Impact: Listen and Learn Corrections

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Victim Marginalization in Mediation Victims

Choi, Jung Jin, Michael J. Gilbert, and Diane L. Green. 2013. "Patterns of Victim Marginalization in Victim-Offender Mediation: Some Lessons Learned." Crime Law and Social Change 59:113-32.

Victim Offender Mediated Dialogue (Texas) Victims

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Victim Personal Statements Victims

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Victim Service Programs (Pa.) Victims

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Viennese Social Competence Training Juvenile Justice

Gollwitzer, Mario, Katrin Eisenbach, Moira Atria, Dagmar Strohmeier, and Rainer Banse. 2006. "Evaluation of Aggression-Reducing Effects of the "Viennese Social Competence Training." Swiss Journal of Psychology 65(2):125–35.

Violence Prevention Training Program for Female Inmates Corrections

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Violence Risk Assessment Training for Police and Criminal Justice Professionals Law Enforcement

Storey, Jennifer E., Andrea L. Gibas, Kim A. Reeves, and Stephen D. Hart. 2011. "Evaluation of a Violence Risk (Threat) Assessment Training Program for Police and Other Criminal Justice Professionals." Criminal Justice and Behavior 38(6):554-64.

Violence-Issue Training for Emergency Department Nurses (Turkey) Victims

Yildiz, Tülin, Deniz Selimen, and Duygu Dogan. 2014. "A Study Comparing the Pre- and Post-Training Knowledge of Emergency Department Nurses in Turkey for the Diagnosis of Physically Abused Women." Journal of Family Violence 29:519–25.

Virginia Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Corrections

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Vocational Peer Mentors Juvenile Justice

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Warrantless Arrest Laws for Domestic Violence Law Enforcement

Zeoli, April M., Alexis Norris, and Hannah Brenner. 2011. "Mandatory, Preferred, or Discretionary: How the Classification of Domestic Violence Warrantless Arrest Laws Impacts Their Estimated Effects on Intimate Partner Homicide." Evaluation Review 35(2):129-52.

Washington County (Vt.) Drug Treatment Court Courts

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Washington County (Ore.) Women with Children Drug Treatment Court Corrections

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Washington Intensive Supervision Program (WISP) Courts

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Washington State's Corrections Clearinghouse (CCH) Corrections

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Washington, D.C.'s Secure Juvenile Placement Reform Juvenile Justice

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Wayne County (Mich.) Post-Arrest Diversion Program Juvenile Justice

Hodges, Kay, Lisa A. Martin, Cynthia Smith, and Shaun Cooper. 2011. "Recidivism, Costs, and Psychosocial Outcomes for a Post-Arrest Juvenile Diversion Program." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 50(7):447-65.

West Virginia STOP Violence Against Women Victims

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Western Regional Institute for Community Oriented Public Safety (WRICOPS) Law Enforcement

Giacomazzi, Andrew L., Shem Riley, and Ryan Merz. 2004. "Internal and External Challenges to Implementing Community Policing: Examining Comprehensive Assessment Reports from Multiple Sites." Criminal Justice Studies 17(2):223-38.

White Gold Project (England) Law Enforcement

Barton, Adrian and Richard Teagle. 2007. "Police-Led Proactive Prevention of Youth Crime: A Case for the Innovative Use of Support Workers." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 9(1):21-33.

Whole-School Mindfulness in Education Programs Juvenile Justice

Sheinman, Nimrod, Linor L. Hadar, Dalit Gafni, and Michael Milma. 2018. “Preliminary Investigation of Whole-School Mindfulness in Education Programs and Children’s Mindfulness-Based Coping Strategies.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 27:3316–28.

Wilderness Therapy Program (Colo.) Juvenile Justice

Bettman, Joanna E., Keith Russell, and Kimber J. Parry. 2013. "How Substance Abuse Recovery Skills, Readiness to Change and Symptom Reduction Impact Change Processes in Wilderness Therapy Participants." Journal of Child and Family Studies 22:1039-50.

Wilderness Therapy Program (Utah) Juvenile Justice

Hoag, Matthew J., Katie E. Massey, Sean D. Roberts, and Patrick Logan. 2013. "Efficacy of Wilderness Therapy for Young Adults: A First Look." Residential Treatment for Children & Youth 30:294-305.

Wilderness Adventure Therapy (WAT) (Australia) Juvenile Justice

Bowen, D.J., J.T. Neill, and S.J.R. Crisp. 2016. “Wilderness Adventure Therapy Effects on the Mental Health of Youth Participants.” Evaluation and Program Planning 58:49–59.

Wireless Broadband for Municipal Police Law Enforcement

Carter, Jeremy G., and Eric Grommon. 2014. “Wireless Broadband for Municipal Police: Evaluating Clearance Times of Calls for Service.” Police Quarterly 17(3):226–49.

Woman-Focused Intervention (Baltimore, Md.) Drugs

Wechsberg, Wendee M., Wendy K. K. Lam, William A. Zule, and Georgiy Bobashev. 2004. "Efficacy of a Woman-Focused Intervention to Reduce HIV Risk and Increase Self-Sufficiency Among African American Crack Abusers." American Journal of Public Health 94:1165-73.

Wechsberg, Wendee M., Scott P. Novak, William A. Zule, Felicia A. Browne, Alex H. Kral, Rachel Middlesteadt Ellerson, and Tracy Kline. 2010. "Sustainability of Intervention Effects of an Evidence-based HIV Prevention Intervention for African American Women who Smoke Crack Cocaine." Drug and Alcohol Dependency 109(1-3):205-12.

Women and Infants at Risk Corrections

Siefert, Kristine, and Sheryl Pimlott. "Improving Pregnancy Outcome During Imprisonment: A Model Residential Care Program." Social Work 46(2):12-134.

Barkauskas, Violet H., Lisa Low, and Sheryl Pimlott. 2002. "Health Outcomes of Incarcerated Pregnant Women and Their Infants in a Community-Based Program." Journal of Midwifery and Women's' Health 47(5):371-79.

Kubiak, Sheryl Pimlott, Natalie Kasiborski, and Emily Schmittel. 2010. "Assessing Long-Term Outcomes of an Intervention Designed for Pregnant Incarcerated Women." Research on Social Work Practice 20(5):528-35.

Kubiak, Sheryl Pimlott, Amy Young, Kristine Siefert, and Abigail Stewart. 2004. "Pregnant, Substance-Abusing, and Incarcerated: Exploratory Study of a Comprehensive Approach to Treatment." Families in Society 85(2):177-86.

Women and Jails In-Reach Intervention Drugs

Begun, Audrey L., Susan J. Rose, and Thomas P. Lebel. 2011. “Intervening with Women in Jail around Alcohol and Substance Abuse During Preparation for Community Reentry.” Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 29:453–78.

Women Empowering Women Victims

Enriquez, Maithe, Patricia J. Kelly, An-Lin Cheng, Jacki Witt, Angela D. Coker, Susan Kashubeck-West. 2010. "Development and Feasibility of an HIV and IPV Prevention Intervention Among Low-Income Mothers Receiving Services in a Missouri Day Care Center." Violence Against Women 16(5):560-78.

Women's CoOp (Northeastern States) Corrections

Johnson, Jennifer E., Marlanea E. Peabody, Wendee M. Wechsberg, Rochelle K. Rosen, Karen Fernandes, and Caron Zlotnick. 2015. “Feasibility of an HIV/STI Risk-Reduction Program for Incarcerated Women Who Have Experienced Interpersonal Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(18):3244–3266.

Women's Self-Defense Course Victims

Brecklin, Leanne R., and Sarah E. Ullman. 2005. "Self-Defense or Assertiveness Training and Women's Responses to Sexual Attacks." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20:728-762.

Work Release Program Corrections

Maguire, Edward R., Cassandra A. Atkin-Plunk, and William Well. 2019. “The Effects of Procedural Justice on Cooperation and Compliance Among Inmates in a Work Release Program.” Justice Quarterly. doi:10.1080/07418825.2019.1634753

Workshop in Avoiding Revictimization (New York City and Seattle) Victims

Davis, Robert, Pamela Guthrie, Timothy Ross, and Chris O'Sullivan. 2006. Reducing Sexual Revictimization: A Field Test with an Urban Sample. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Davis, Robert, Pamela Guthrie, Timothy Ross, and Chris O'Sullivan. 2006. Reducing Sexual Revictimization: A Field Test with an Urban Sample Summary Report to the National Institute of Justice. New York, N.Y.: Vera Institute of Justice.

Wraparound Milwaukee (Wis.) Juvenile Justice

Goldman, Sybil K., and Leyla Faw. 1998. "Three Wraparound Models as Promising Approaches." In B.J. Burns and S.K. Goldman (eds.). Promising Practices in Children's Mental Health Systems of Care. Washington, D.C.: Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice, American Institutes for Research.

Goldfarb, Pnina. 2010. Understanding Wraparound: A Study in Recidivism. Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Council on Children and Families.

Hunter, John A., Stephen A. Gilbertson, Dani Vedros, and Michael Morton. 2004. "Strengthening Community-Based Programming for Juvenile Sexual Offenders: Key Concepts and Paradigm Shifts." Child Maltreatment 9(2):177-89.

Kamradt, Bruce. 2000. "Wraparound Milwaukee: Aiding Youth with Mental Health Needs." Juvenile Justice 7(1):14-23.

Kamradt, Bruce, and Stephen A. Gilbertson. 2001. Wraparound Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wis.: Wraparound Milwaukee.

Kamradt, Bruce, Stephen A. Gilberston, and Nancy Lynn. 1998. "Wraparound Milwaukee: Program Description and Evaluation." In M.H. Epstein, K. Kutash, and A.J. Duchnowski (eds.). Outcomes for Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Their Families:307-28.

Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division. 2011. Wraparound Milwaukee Family Handbook. Milwaukee, Wis.: Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division, Child & Adolescent Services Branch.

Wraparound (California) Juvenile Justice

Ferguson, Charlie M. 2012. “The Implementation of Wraparound in California’s Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project.” Children and Youth Services Review 34:1331–1336.

Wyoming's Court Supervised Treatment Program (WyCST) Courts

Cary Heck, Aaron Roussell, and Scott E. Culhane. 2009. "Assessing the Effects of the Drug Court Intervention on Offender Criminal Trajectories: A Research Note." Criminal Justice Policy Review 20(2):236-246.

Butler, Steve, Brianna Best, Michael Wilson, Tyler Hopkins, and Robert Leduc. 2013. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Wyoming's Court Supervised Treatment Programs (Drug Courts) Compared with Traditional Sentencing. (WYSAC Technical Report No. CJR 2013-01). Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming, Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center.

Yoga for Urban Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Juvenile Justice

Steiner, Naomi J., Tahnee K. Sidhu, Patricia G. Pop, Elizabeth C. Frenette, and Ellen C. Perrin. 2013. "Yoga in an Urban School for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: A Feasibility Study." Journal of Child and Family Studies 22:815-26.

You Can't Say You Can't Play Juvenile Justice

Harrist, A. W., and K. D. Bradley. 2003. “‘You Can't Say You Can't Play:’ Intervening in the Process of Social Exclusion in the Kindergarten Classroom.” Early Childhood Research Quarterly 18(2):185–205.

Youth Bureau Juvenile Justice

Hanlon, Thomas E., Richard W. Bateman, Betsy D. Simons, Kevin E. O’Grady, and Steven B. Carswell. 2002. “An Early Community-Based Intervention for the Prevention of Substance Abuse and Other Delinquent Behavior.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 31(6):459–71.

Youth and Police Initiative Juvenile Justice

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Youth Criminal Justice Act of 2002 (Canada) Juvenile Justice

Bala, Nicholas, Peter J. Carrington, and Julian V. Roberts. 2009. "Evaluating the Youth Criminal Justice Act after Five Years: A Qualified Success." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 51(2):131-67.

Carrington, Peter J., and Jennifer L. Schulenberg. 2008. "Structuring Police Discretion: The Effect on Referrals to Youth Court." Criminal Justice Policy Review 19(3):349-67.

Youth Fire Behaviours and Interests Scale (Australia) Juvenile Justice

Watt, Bruce D., Kerry Geritz, Tasneem Hasan, Scott Harden, and Rebekah Doley. 2015. “Prevalence and Correlates of Firesetting Behaviors Among Offending and Non-Offending Youth.” Legal and Criminological Psychology 20(1):19–36.

Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0 Juvenile Justice

Flores, Anthony W., Lawrence F. Travis, and Edward J. Latessa. 2003. Case Classification for Juvenile Corrections: An Assessment of the Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (YLS/CMI). Cincinnati, OH: Center for Criminal Justice Research, University of Cincinnati.

Perrone, Paul. 2007. An Analysis of Youth Level of Service Inventory (YLSI) "Risks and Needs." Data for Juvenile Offenders Assessed by Hawaii's Second & Third Circuit Family Courts and at the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility, 2001-2006. Honolulu, HI: Department of the Attorney General, Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division.

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training (YMHFA) Juvenile Justice

Gryglewicz, Kim, Kristina K. Childs, and Melanie F. P. Soderstrom. 2018. “An Evaluation of Youth Mental Health First Aid Training in School Settings.” School Mental Health 10:48–60.

Youth Net/Réseau Ado (Canada) Juvenile Justice

Armstrong, Laura Lynne. 2009. "A Utilization-focused Approach to Evaluating a "Youth-friendly" Mental Health Program: The Youth Net/Réseau Ado story." Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 4(4):361-39.

Ramey, Heather L., Michael A. Busseri, Nishad Khanna, Youth Net Hamilton, Youth Net/Réseau Ado Ottawa, and Linda Rose-Krasnor. 2010. "Youth Engagement and Suicide Risk: Testing a Mediated Model in a Canadian Community Sample." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 39:243-58.

Youth Offending Teams Creative Writing Project (England) Juvenile Justice

Alan Farrier, Lynn Froggett and Dina Poursanidou. 2009. "Offender-based Restorative Justice and Poetry: Reparation or Wishful Thinking?" Youth Justice 9(1):61-76.

Youth Opportunity Program Juvenile Justice

Jackson, Russell, H., R. Malene Dixon, Ann McCoy, Carol Pistorino, Paul Zador, Cynthia Thomas, John Lopdell, Juanita Lucas-McLean, Frank Bennici, Andy Sum, Neeta Fogg, Ron D'Amico, Andrew Weigand, and Lee Bruno. 2007. Youth Opportunity Grant Initiative: Impact and Synthesis Report. Houston, TX.: Decision Information Resources, Inc.

Youth Safe Haven-Police Ministation Juvenile Justice

Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation. 2011. Youth Investment and Police Mentoring: The Third Generation. Principal Findings. Washington, D.C.: The Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation, Research Department.

Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation. 1999. Youth Investment and Police Mentoring: The Second Generation. Final Evaluation Report. Washington, D.C.: The Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation, Research Department.

Youth Violence Prevention Program (Philadelphia, Pa.) Juvenile Justice

Regan, Mary Elana. 2009. "Implementation and Evaluation of a Youth Violence Prevention Program for Adolescents." The Journal of School Nursing 25(1):27-33.

YouthBuild Offender (YB) Program Juvenile Justice

Cohen, Mark A., and Alex R. Piquero. 2010. "An Outcome Evaluation of the YouthBuild USA Offender Project." Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 8(4):373–85.

Leslie, A. 2007. YouthBuild USA Youthful Offender Project Year 1. Somerville, Mass.: YouthBuild USA.

Cohen, Mark A., and Alex R. Piquero. 2008. Costs and Benefits of a Targeted Intervention Program for Youthful Offenders: The YouthBuild USA Offender Project. Somerville, Mass.: YouthBuild USA.

Abrazaldo, Wally, Jo-Ann Adefuin, Jennifer Henderson-Frakes, Charles Lea, Jill Leufgen, Heather Lewis-Charp, Sukey Soukamneuth, and Andrew Wiegand. 2009. Evaluation of the YouthBuild Youth Offender Grants: Final Report. Oakland, Calif.: Social Policy Research Associates.

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Youth–Adult Partnerships (Y-APs) Juvenile Justice

Ramey, Heather L., and Linda Rose-Krasnor. 2015. “The New Mentality: Youth–Adult Partnerships inn Community Mental Health Promotion.” Children and Youth Services Review 50:28–37.

Youth-Led Decision Making (YLDM) (Canada) Juvenile Justice

Blanchet-Cohen, Natasha, Sarah Manolson, and Katie Shaw. 2014. “Youth-Led Decision Making in Community Development Grants.” Youth & Society 46(6):819–34.

Yuma County (Ariz.) Adult Drug Court Courts

McCarthy, Sherri, and Thomas Franklin Waters. 2003. "Treating Substance Abuse Offenders in the Southwestern United States: A Report Evaluating the Long-Term Effectiveness of the Yuma County Adult Drug Court." Treating Substance Abusers in Correctional Contexts: New Understandings, New Modalities:163-77.

Zero In On Prevention Student Assistance Program (ZIP-SAP) Juvenile Justice

Wilburn, Sharon T., Kenneth T. Wilburn, Dax M. Weaver, and Kathy Bowles. 2007. "Pearls and Pitfalls in Evaluating a Student Assistance Program: A Five-Year Case Study." Journal of Drug Education 37(4):447-67.

Why Program Evaluations Are Screened Out

Program evaluations are screened out when the study:

  1. Evaluates a program that falls outside of the scope of CrimeSolutions. To be within scope, the program must:
    • Aim to prevent or reduce crime, delinquency, or related problem behaviors (such as aggression, gang involvement, or school attachment).
    • Aim to prevent, intervene, or respond to victimization.
    • Aim to improve justice systems or processes.
    • Target an offender population or an at-risk population (that is, those individuals who have the potential to become involved in the justice system)
  2. Design is not a randomized controlled trial, quasi-experimental design (with a comparison condition), or time series analysis.
  3. Does not include an appropriate control, comparison, or counterfactual condition.
  4. Does not report on at least one of the eligible outcome, which include:
    • Crime, delinquency, or overt problem behaviors (including aggression, gang involvement, or substance use), which may be presented as individual   behaviors, community-level behaviors, crime rates, etc.
    • Victimization
    • Justice system practices or policies
    • Risk factors for crime and delinquency, including school failure, psychological problems or mental illness, etc.
  5. Has not been published in a peer-reviewed publication or documented in a comprehensive evaluation report.
  6. Has not been published or made available after 1980.
  7. Does not provide a sufficient amount of information about program fidelity if the results from the study demonstrate that a program’s impact has only null or negative effects (this criterion does not apply to studies that report positive or mixed results).

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Date Created: August 10, 2020