Do license plate readers enhance the initial and residual deterrent effects of police patrol? A quasi-randomized test
Controlling Violent Offenders Released to the Community: An Evaluation of the Boston Reentry Initiative/Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency
An Analysis of the Impact of the Strengthening Families Program on Family Reunification in Child Welfare
Gang Affiliation and Prisoner Reentry: Discrete-Time Variation in Recidivism by Current, Former, and Non-Gang Status
The impact of drug court participation on mortality: 15-year outcomes from a randomized controlled trial
An Experimental Evaluation of the Impact of Intensive Supervision on the Recidivism of High-Risk Probationers
The Experiences of Men with Substance Use Disorders Exiting Prison at the Height of the Opioid Crisis
This NIJ Conference Panel highlights findings from NIJ projects that evaluated strategies to enhance the supervision of offenders in the community. Researchers discuss the effectiveness of fair, swift and certain sanctions for high-risk probationers in the Hawaii HOPE program. Panelists also provide empirical evidence on the effectiveness of electronic monitoring — including the use of GPS tracking — for medium- and high-risk offenders on supervision and upon completion of their supervision sentence.