A Case Study of the Implementation of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Rearrest (STARR)
Links to Fileshttp://www.uscourts.gov/federal-probation-journal/2016/06/case-study-implementation-staff-training-aimed-reducing-rearrest
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Type of Work9 pages
DepartmentUnited States Courts
Citation of Original PublicationClodfelter, T., Holcomb, J., Alexandra, M., Marcum, C., & Richards, T. (2016). A Case Study of the Implementation of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Rearrest (STARR). Federal Probation Journal, 80(1), 30-38. Retrieved from http://www.uscourts.gov/statistics-reports/publications/federal-probation-journal
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Research on evidence-based correctional practices notes the critical importance of program implementation in assessing program effectiveness. In this article, the authors describe the implementation of a training program to improve officer-offender interactions in the federal probation system. They use several sources of information to assess implementation strategies and the success of those efforts within a single federal district.