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Practices Tool-Kit aims to systematically identify empirical
evidence regarding information and interventions on specific
topics. In all, 9 Tool-Kits were published which highlights
2-4 practices/programs that are proven, promising or an
exemplary best practice.
The Tool-Kits also provide citations/references for
more extensive reading, if the reader so chooses.
For definition purposes, best practices fall on a continuum ranging from those practices that are well established and have clearly demonstrated their effectiveness to those that show promise or may be exemplary practices, but have yet to be fully evaluated and their results documented (Wilkinson 2003). The objective of the tool kit is to provide a sound evidence base that will better inform policy makers, practitioners and researchers.
|August 2006||Offender Job Readiness and Retention|
|November 2006||Gender Responsive Strategies|
|February 2007||Faith-Based Programming, Reentry, and Recidivism|
|June 2007||Employing Ex-Offenders after Release from Prison|
|October 2007||Sex Offender Registration and Notification
Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment
|February 2008||Evidence Based Practices in Community Corrections|
Family Involvement During Incarceration and Reentry
Incarcerated Parents and Parenting Programs