EIGHT EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES FOR EFFECTIVE OFFENDER INTERVENTION. Acknowledgements.
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This presentation draws on information provided by “Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Community Corrections: The Principles of Effective Intervention” published by the National Institute of Corrections, Community Corrections Division, U.S. Department of Justice. April 2004.
With additional information provided by “Principles of Effective Offender Intervention” from the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Office of Planning, Research, Statistics & Grants. February 2007.
Consequently, EBP is more appropriate for outcome focused human service disciplines.
A. Risk Principle
B. Need Principle
C. Responsivity Principle
E. Treatment Principle
said to hell with it.
[Community Reinforcement Approach]