November 2017 Newsletter
November 2017 Newsletter
CEPP named Technical Assistance Provider to the BJA FY18 State Maximizing Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) Grantees
The Center is now accepting donations to help support our work toward achieving our vision of “safe communities achieved through humane, rational, and well-informed justice.” Our mission is to work with justice system professionals and their partners to collaboratively identify and implement effective, evidence-based strategies that reduce harm and improve justice system outcomes. The Center
The Center is pleased to announce today that Rachelle Ramirez, Project Manager on our Evidence-Based Decision Making in State and Local Criminal Justice Systems (EBDM) initiative and the National Resource Center on Justice-Involved Women (NRCJIW), has been promoted to Senior Manager. During her twelve years with the Center, she has provided training, technical assistance, and
Now Available from CEPP’s Center for Sex Offender Management and The Resource Sharing Project: Webinar Recording – Promoting Victim‐Centered Supervision: Practical Tips and Promising Examples. Click here to listen to a recorded version https://sharesync.serverdata.net/us/s/8RL4akBHSiTF9bmiORzu7a003d23c2 or click here to access the presentation slides http://cepp.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/July-12-Webinar-Slides.pdf
Apply Now: Learning Collaborative on Paroling Authorities as Key Partners in Achieving Governors’ Criminal Justice Policy Goals – Applications Due July 24th
Now Available from CEPP’s Center for Sex Offender Management: Webinar Recording –What Does Supervision of Those Who Offend Sexually “Look Like?” An Overview for Victim Advocates Click here to listen to a recorded version or click here to access the presentation slides
Just as research has identified specific evidence-based programs and practices for correctional supervision and treatment, it has also identified ways to successfully implement these programs and practices. This document presents a framework for successfully implementing the NPRC’s ten practice targets. Implementation science is the scientific study of methods to promote and facilitate the systematic incorporation
Now Available from CEPP’s Center for Sex Offender Management and The Resource Sharing Project: Webinar Recording – The Role of Sexual Assault Victim Advocates: A Primer for Supervision Officers. Click here to listen to a recorded version or click here to access the presentation slides
Read more from the Association of American Universities Campus Activity Report “Combating Sexual Assault and Misconduct“about the Center’s work with the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA), the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), Applied Research Services (ARS), and Holly Rider–Milkovich of EverFi – on an exciting national initiative to reduce campus sexual assault. Our team, with support
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