Clinical Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings : Evidence-Based Practice.

By: Patterson, George TContributor(s): Graham, Warren KMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (222 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780128113820Subject(s): Criminals-Health | Criminals-Mental health | Offenders with mental disabilitiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings : Evidence-Based PracticeDDC classification: 364.38 LOC classification: HV6133 .P388 2018Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS: Evidence-Based Practice -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- 1 - Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices and Principles in the Criminal Justice System -- GOALS OF THE BOOK -- THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- The Adult Criminal Justice System -- The Juvenile Justice System -- PUBLIC SAFETY AND PUBLIC HEALTH -- Public Health -- SIZE AND SCOPE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- Prisons and Jails -- Probation and Parole -- Reentry -- Low-Level Offenders -- Recidivism -- Mental Illness -- Substance Abuse -- Co-Occurring Disorders -- Juveniles -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE -- General Implementation Benefits -- General Implementation Challenges -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- The "What Works" Literature -- What Works -- Law Enforcement -- Corrections -- What's Promising -- Law Enforcement -- Corrections -- What Doesn't Work -- Law Enforcement -- Courts -- Corrections -- The Use of Evidence-Based Principles in the Criminal Justice System -- THE AUTHORS' PERSPECTIVE -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 2 - Using Evidence to Inform Clinical Practice -- THE ROLE OF THEORY IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE -- SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY -- General Personality and Cognitive Social Learning Theory -- INTERVENTION OUTCOMES ARE PROVISIONAL -- PRETEST AND POSTTEST MEASUREMENT -- MEASUREMENT APPROACHES -- Subjective Measurement -- Objective Measurement -- Reliability -- Test-Retest Reliability -- Validity -- SAMPLING -- RESEARCH DESIGNS -- Internal Validity -- Causation -- External Validity -- Pre-Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Case Example -- Quasi-Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Randomized Controlled Trials.
The Use of Randomized Controlled Trials in Criminal Justice Settings -- RANKING EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE -- RESEARCH METHODS NOT USED TO ASSESS CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS -- Case Example -- A Case in Point: The Maryland Scale of Scientific Methods -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 3 - An Overview of Implementation Fidelity -- FIDELITY DEFINED -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES -- IMPROVING TREATMENT FIDELITY IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE -- Monitoring and Improving Provider Training -- Monitoring and Improving Intervention Delivery -- MEASURING IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- Case Example -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 4 - Clinical Outcomes for Criminal Justice Populations -- OUTCOMES AND OUTCOME MEASURES -- Public Safety Outcomes -- Public Health Outcomes -- OUTCOMES AMONG CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- The Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Project -- Psychological Outcomes -- Criminal Thinking -- Motivation -- Mandated Treatment Outcomes -- Physiological Outcomes -- Behavioral Outcomes -- Recidivism -- Case Processing Outcomes -- Organizational Outcomes -- Training and Staff Development Outcomes -- Cost as an Outcome -- CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM OUTCOMES -- Legislative Outcomes -- Law Enforcement Outcomes -- Court Outcomes -- Corrections Outcomes -- Inmate Classification Outcomes -- SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS -- META-ANALYSIS -- MAKING A REFERRAL -- Case Example -- Using Risk Assessment as an Outcomes Among Criminal Justice Populations -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 5 - The Evidence-Based Rating and Classification Process -- THE NEED FOR A REVIEW PROCESS -- THE SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES.
THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, CRIMESOLUTIONS.GOV -- BLUEPRINTS FOR HEALTHY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT -- LOCATING AN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE OR PROGRAM -- RATING AND CLASSIFYING CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS -- What Works -- What Doesn't Work -- What's Promising -- What's Unknown -- DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES AMONG RATING AND CLASSIFICATION SCHEMAS -- INTERVENTIONS AND PROGRAMS THAT ARE NOT CLASSIFIED AS EVIDENCE-BASED -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- 6 - Risk Assessment and Treatment Levels -- ASSESSING RISKS FOR REOFFENDING AMONG OFFENDERS AND FORMER OFFENDERS -- THE HISTORY OF RISK ASSESSMENT -- First Generation Risk Assessment -- Second Generation Risk Assessment -- Third Generation Risk Assessment -- Fourth Generation Risk Assessment -- THE RISK-NEED-RESPONSIVITY MODEL -- Risk Principle -- Static Risk Factors -- Dynamic Risk Factors -- Need Principle -- Criminogenic Needs -- Non-Criminogenic Needs -- Responsivity Principle -- General Responsivity -- Specific Responsivity -- THE RISKS-NEEDS-RESPONSIVITY SIMULATION TOOL -- THE DESISTANCE, GOOD LIVES MODEL -- CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS AND RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS -- RISK ASSESSMENT IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Case Example -- RISK ASSESSMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- Legislation -- Courts -- Corrections -- SAMPLE RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS -- The Level of Service Inventory-Revised -- The Youth Assessment and Screening Instrument -- Global Appraisal of Individual Needs -- Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 7 - Evidence-Based Practices for Juveniles in the Juvenile Justice System -- THE SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM -- THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- JUVENILE DETENTION EFFORTS -- JUVENILE SUBSTANCE ABUSE -- JUVENILE JUSTICE OUTCOMES -- SCARED STRAIGHT PROGRAMS -- BOOT CAMPS -- MULTIDIMENSIONAL TREATMENT FOSTER CARE.
MORAL RECONATION THERAPY -- FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY -- ADOLESCENT COMMUNITY REINFORCEMENT APPROACH -- MULTISYSTEMIC THERAPY -- STRENGTHENING FAMILIES -- PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS TRAINING -- DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTENT -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 8 - Evidence-Based Practices for Adults in the Criminal Justice System -- COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY -- THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES -- AMITY PRISON BASED THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY -- MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING -- RACE RELATIONS -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 9 - Evidence-Based Practice With Special Criminal Justice Populations -- PUBLIC SAFETY AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS -- Sex Offenders -- Violent Offenders -- Victims of Crime -- Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the Influence -- PUBLIC HEALTH AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS -- Human Immunodeficiency Virus -- Tuberculosis -- Hepatitis -- Substance Abuse -- Medication-Assisted Treatment -- Mental Disorders -- Co-occurring Disorders -- Homelessness -- SPECIAL POPULATIONS WITH JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT -- Latino Youth -- Gangs -- SPECIAL POPULATIONS WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT -- Women -- Trauma -- CASE EXAMPLE -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 10 - Implementing Evidence-Based Practices and Principles With Criminal Justice Populations -- GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- THE ROLE OF PRACTICE GUIDELINES IN IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- ACADEMIC TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT -- IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE -- Case Example -- Background -- The Problem -- Resolution -- CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND NONCRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES IMPLEMENTED IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS.
IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- IMPLEMENTATION BENEFITS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- Case Example -- Background -- The Problem -- Resolution -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 11 - Criminal Justice Initiatives Using Evidence-Based Practices and Principles -- CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES -- EVIDENCE-BASED INITIATIVES IN THE FOUR COMPONENTS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Legislative Initiatives -- Law Enforcement Initiatives -- Court Initiatives -- Correctional Initiatives -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- APPENDIX: RESOURCES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICE -- RESOURCES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- American Psychiatric Association Practice Guidelines -- American Psychological Association, Society for Clinical Psychology Empirically Supported Treatments -- Campbell Collaboration -- Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy -- Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development -- Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy -- Cochrane Collaboration -- Council of State Governments Justice Center -- CrimeSolutions.gov -- International Community Corrections Association -- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention: Model Programs Guide -- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices -- University of Washington, Human Services Library, Evidence-Based Practice -- Washington State Institute for Public Policy -- RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION -- Bureau of Justice Assistance -- Bureau of Justice Assistance: Center for Program Evaluation & Performance Measurement -- Gather, Assess, Integrate, Network, and Stimulate Center -- National Implementation Research Network.
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Front Cover -- CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS: Evidence-Based Practice -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- 1 - Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices and Principles in the Criminal Justice System -- GOALS OF THE BOOK -- THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- The Adult Criminal Justice System -- The Juvenile Justice System -- PUBLIC SAFETY AND PUBLIC HEALTH -- Public Health -- SIZE AND SCOPE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- Prisons and Jails -- Probation and Parole -- Reentry -- Low-Level Offenders -- Recidivism -- Mental Illness -- Substance Abuse -- Co-Occurring Disorders -- Juveniles -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE -- General Implementation Benefits -- General Implementation Challenges -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- The "What Works" Literature -- What Works -- Law Enforcement -- Corrections -- What's Promising -- Law Enforcement -- Corrections -- What Doesn't Work -- Law Enforcement -- Courts -- Corrections -- The Use of Evidence-Based Principles in the Criminal Justice System -- THE AUTHORS' PERSPECTIVE -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 2 - Using Evidence to Inform Clinical Practice -- THE ROLE OF THEORY IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE -- SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY -- General Personality and Cognitive Social Learning Theory -- INTERVENTION OUTCOMES ARE PROVISIONAL -- PRETEST AND POSTTEST MEASUREMENT -- MEASUREMENT APPROACHES -- Subjective Measurement -- Objective Measurement -- Reliability -- Test-Retest Reliability -- Validity -- SAMPLING -- RESEARCH DESIGNS -- Internal Validity -- Causation -- External Validity -- Pre-Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Case Example -- Quasi-Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Experimental Designs -- A Basic Example -- Randomized Controlled Trials.

The Use of Randomized Controlled Trials in Criminal Justice Settings -- RANKING EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE -- RESEARCH METHODS NOT USED TO ASSESS CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS -- Case Example -- A Case in Point: The Maryland Scale of Scientific Methods -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 3 - An Overview of Implementation Fidelity -- FIDELITY DEFINED -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES -- IMPROVING TREATMENT FIDELITY IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE -- Monitoring and Improving Provider Training -- Monitoring and Improving Intervention Delivery -- MEASURING IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY -- IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- Case Example -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 4 - Clinical Outcomes for Criminal Justice Populations -- OUTCOMES AND OUTCOME MEASURES -- Public Safety Outcomes -- Public Health Outcomes -- OUTCOMES AMONG CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- The Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Project -- Psychological Outcomes -- Criminal Thinking -- Motivation -- Mandated Treatment Outcomes -- Physiological Outcomes -- Behavioral Outcomes -- Recidivism -- Case Processing Outcomes -- Organizational Outcomes -- Training and Staff Development Outcomes -- Cost as an Outcome -- CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM OUTCOMES -- Legislative Outcomes -- Law Enforcement Outcomes -- Court Outcomes -- Corrections Outcomes -- Inmate Classification Outcomes -- SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS -- META-ANALYSIS -- MAKING A REFERRAL -- Case Example -- Using Risk Assessment as an Outcomes Among Criminal Justice Populations -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 5 - The Evidence-Based Rating and Classification Process -- THE NEED FOR A REVIEW PROCESS -- THE SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES.

THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, CRIMESOLUTIONS.GOV -- BLUEPRINTS FOR HEALTHY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT -- LOCATING AN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE OR PROGRAM -- RATING AND CLASSIFYING CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS -- What Works -- What Doesn't Work -- What's Promising -- What's Unknown -- DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES AMONG RATING AND CLASSIFICATION SCHEMAS -- INTERVENTIONS AND PROGRAMS THAT ARE NOT CLASSIFIED AS EVIDENCE-BASED -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- 6 - Risk Assessment and Treatment Levels -- ASSESSING RISKS FOR REOFFENDING AMONG OFFENDERS AND FORMER OFFENDERS -- THE HISTORY OF RISK ASSESSMENT -- First Generation Risk Assessment -- Second Generation Risk Assessment -- Third Generation Risk Assessment -- Fourth Generation Risk Assessment -- THE RISK-NEED-RESPONSIVITY MODEL -- Risk Principle -- Static Risk Factors -- Dynamic Risk Factors -- Need Principle -- Criminogenic Needs -- Non-Criminogenic Needs -- Responsivity Principle -- General Responsivity -- Specific Responsivity -- THE RISKS-NEEDS-RESPONSIVITY SIMULATION TOOL -- THE DESISTANCE, GOOD LIVES MODEL -- CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS AND RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS -- RISK ASSESSMENT IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Case Example -- RISK ASSESSMENT IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- Legislation -- Courts -- Corrections -- SAMPLE RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS -- The Level of Service Inventory-Revised -- The Youth Assessment and Screening Instrument -- Global Appraisal of Individual Needs -- Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 7 - Evidence-Based Practices for Juveniles in the Juvenile Justice System -- THE SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM -- THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- JUVENILE DETENTION EFFORTS -- JUVENILE SUBSTANCE ABUSE -- JUVENILE JUSTICE OUTCOMES -- SCARED STRAIGHT PROGRAMS -- BOOT CAMPS -- MULTIDIMENSIONAL TREATMENT FOSTER CARE.

MORAL RECONATION THERAPY -- FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY -- ADOLESCENT COMMUNITY REINFORCEMENT APPROACH -- MULTISYSTEMIC THERAPY -- STRENGTHENING FAMILIES -- PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS TRAINING -- DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTENT -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 8 - Evidence-Based Practices for Adults in the Criminal Justice System -- COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY -- THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES -- AMITY PRISON BASED THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY -- MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING -- RACE RELATIONS -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 9 - Evidence-Based Practice With Special Criminal Justice Populations -- PUBLIC SAFETY AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS -- Sex Offenders -- Violent Offenders -- Victims of Crime -- Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the Influence -- PUBLIC HEALTH AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS -- Human Immunodeficiency Virus -- Tuberculosis -- Hepatitis -- Substance Abuse -- Medication-Assisted Treatment -- Mental Disorders -- Co-occurring Disorders -- Homelessness -- SPECIAL POPULATIONS WITH JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT -- Latino Youth -- Gangs -- SPECIAL POPULATIONS WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT -- Women -- Trauma -- CASE EXAMPLE -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 10 - Implementing Evidence-Based Practices and Principles With Criminal Justice Populations -- GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- THE ROLE OF PRACTICE GUIDELINES IN IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- ACADEMIC TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT -- IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE -- Case Example -- Background -- The Problem -- Resolution -- CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND NONCRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS -- EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES IMPLEMENTED IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SETTINGS.

IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- IMPLEMENTATION BENEFITS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS -- Case Example -- Background -- The Problem -- Resolution -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- 11 - Criminal Justice Initiatives Using Evidence-Based Practices and Principles -- CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES -- EVIDENCE-BASED INITIATIVES IN THE FOUR COMPONENTS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Legislative Initiatives -- Law Enforcement Initiatives -- Court Initiatives -- Correctional Initiatives -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- APPENDIX: RESOURCES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICE -- RESOURCES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES -- American Psychiatric Association Practice Guidelines -- American Psychological Association, Society for Clinical Psychology Empirically Supported Treatments -- Campbell Collaboration -- Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy -- Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development -- Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy -- Cochrane Collaboration -- Council of State Governments Justice Center -- CrimeSolutions.gov -- International Community Corrections Association -- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention: Model Programs Guide -- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices -- University of Washington, Human Services Library, Evidence-Based Practice -- Washington State Institute for Public Policy -- RESOURCES FOR PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION -- Bureau of Justice Assistance -- Bureau of Justice Assistance: Center for Program Evaluation & Performance Measurement -- Gather, Assess, Integrate, Network, and Stimulate Center -- National Implementation Research Network.

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