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Offender Rehabilitation. 2014. Jennie Hall Research Analyst Utah Criminal Justice Center, University of Utah. What can you make of these parts?. Did you envision this?. Each persona has different needs…. Human Needs. DV Needs. Offender Needs. Domestic Violence Needs. DV Needs.

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Offender Rehabilitation

2014

Jennie Hall

Research Analyst

Utah Criminal Justice Center, University of Utah


What can you make of these parts?

Did you envision this?


Each persona has different needs…

Human Needs

DV Needs

Offender Needs


Domestic Violence Needs

DV Needs

  • Regulating emotions

    • Anger specifically

  • Educating about relationships

    • Abusive

      • VS

    • Healthy

  • Teaching skills

    • Conflict resolution

    • Problem-solving


What does the research say about reducing the chances offenders will reoffend?

  • Effective principles in reducing recidivism:

    • Risk-the likelihood an offender will re-offend

    • Need-the factors influencing the offender to reoffend

    • Responsivity-how to work with offenders based on general and specific characteristics

Lowenkamp & Latessa


Criminogenic Needs offenders will reoffend?

Offender Needs

  • Antisocial History (Behaviors)

  • Antisocial Attitudes

  • Antisocial Cognitions

  • Antisocial Peers

  • Relationships

    • Family

  • Education/Career

  • Leisure/Recreation

  • Substance Abuse


What Does the Research Say? offenders will reoffend?

  • Over 500 programs were evaluated based on these principles and results indicate:

    • Target moderate to highrisk offenders

    • Separate low from moderate/high risk

    • Focus on criminogenic needs

    • Utilize an evidence-based intervention (Cognitive/Behavioral/Social Learning)

    • Adjust approach to specificneeds of individuals (cultural, sex, age, mental health, IQ, motivation)

Lowenkamp & Latessa


How do you assess for DV needs? offenders will reoffend?

  • Screening

    • Clinical Interview

  • Lethality Assessment

  • Domestic Violence Inventory (DVI)

  • Others?


How do you assess for criminogenic offenders will reoffend?

risk and need?

  • Level of Service Inventory – Revised (LSI-R)

  • Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS)

  • Wisconsin Risk Assessment

  • Risk and Needs Triage (RANT)

  • Others?


Criminal Justice Services offenders will reoffend?

  • Utilizes the LSI-R

    • Probation Officers are trained in:

      • Administration

      • Scoring

      • Case Planning

  • Sends the results to treatment

    providers


Criminal Justice Services offenders will reoffend?


Dv offender needs
DV - Offender Needs offenders will reoffend?

Domestic Violence Targets

Criminogenic Targets

Antisocial History (Behaviors)

Antisocial Attitudes

Antisocial Cognitions

Antisocial Peers

Relationships

Family

Education/Career

Leisure/Recreation

Substance Abuse

  • Regulating emotions

    • Anger specifically

  • Educating about relationships

    • Abusive

      • vs

    • Healthy

  • Teaching skills

    • Conflict resolution

    • Problem-solving


Dv offender treatment
DV Offender Treatment offenders will reoffend?

Domestic Violence Regulations

RNR Recommendations

Research suggests:

Target moderate-high risk offenders

Separate low from moderate/high risk offenders

Treatment should be 3-9 months and vary by risk

Aftercare provided

Incorporate criminogenic needs

CBT techniques

Responsivity measures

  • Court Ordered:

    • Probation supervision

      • 1+ years

      • Check-ins

    • DV treatment

      • 16 Weeks

    • No victim contact

    • No weapons

    • Urine analysis tests

    • Other requirements as recommended by Probation (substance abuse, anger management, etc.)

Loweknmap & Latessa


How would you like them all offenders will reoffend?

to come together?

DV needs + Criminogenic Needs + Court Orders + Research

= TX plan = Reduced Crime


References offenders will reoffend?

Lowenkamp, C. (2004). Correctional Program Integrity and Treatment Effectiveness: A Multi-site, program-level analysis.

Lowenkamp, C. & Latessa, E., (2005). Increasing the effectiveness of correctional programming through the risk principle. Criminology and Public Policy. 4 (2): 263-291.


Contact: offenders will reoffend?

[email protected]

801-587-8491

Questions?


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