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Corrections & Reentry

Community Corrections

Community corrections are sanctions imposed on convicted adults or adjudicated juveniles that occur in a residential or community setting outside of jail or prison. The sanctions are enforced by agencies or courts with legal authority over the adult or juvenile offenders. Community corrections programs are generally operated by probation agencies (correctional supervision within the community instead of incarceration) and parole agencies (conditional, supervised release from prison).

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HOPE II: A Follow-up to Hawaii's HOPE Evaluation, NIJ-Sponsored, May 2016
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Using Research To Move Policing Forward, NIJ, January 2016
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GPS Monitoring Practices in Community Supervision and the Potential Impact of Advanced Analytics, Version 1.0, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2016
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Market Survey of Location-Based Offender Tracking Technologies, Version 1.1, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2016
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Multi-jurisdiction Research on Automated Reporting Systems: Kiosk Supervision, NIJ-Sponsored, December 2015
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Are residency restrictions placed upon sex offenders successful at reducing rates of reoffending?
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