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Evaluation of the Virginia Department of Corrections" Intensive Supervision Program

Evaluation of the Virginia Department of Corrections" Intensive Supervision Program

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Published by Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept. of Criminal Justice Services in Richmond, Va. (805 E. Broad St., Richmond 23219) .
Written in English

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  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Intensive probation -- Virginia -- Evaluation.

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      Other titlesEvaluation the the Department of Corrections" Intensive Supervision Program (ISP), Justice research in Virginia, September 1994
      StatementCriminal Justice Research Center ; project staff: Stan Orchowsky, Nancy Merritt, Katharine Browning.
      ContributionsOrchowsky, Stan., Merritt, Nancy., Browning, Katharine., Virginia. Criminal Justice Research Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9305.V8 E93 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination102 p. ;
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL938730M
      LC Control Number95622733

      "Abuse" (§ of the Code of Virginia) means any act or failure to act by an employee or other person responsible for the care of an individual in a facility or program operated, licensed, or funded by the department, excluding those operated by the Virginia Department of Corrections, that was performed or was failed to be performed. National Institute of Justice - Video ( minutes) Speakers: John Wetzel, Secretary of Corrections, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Grant Duwe, Ph.D., Director of Research and Evaluation, Minnesota Department of Correction How do you use data and science to measure program success? John Wetzel, secretary of corrections, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and Grant Duwe, .

      A defendant (i) who otherwise would have been sentenced to incarceration for a nonviolent felony as defined in § and who the court determines requires more security or supervision than provided by intensive probation supervision or (ii) whose suspension of sentence would otherwise be revoked after a finding that the defendant has. Department of Corrections. As of September 1, , the Center was open days (57 hours) a week. The District #29 Chief Probation and Parole Officer is responsible for oversight of the FDRC program. The FDRC program is staffed by six Department of Corrections personnel: the Program Director, one ProbationlParole Case Manager, three Surveillance.

      Florida Department of Corrections Attn: Bureau of Support Services John Melton, Procurement Officer South Calhoun Street Tallahassee, Florida Evaluation Team Meeting Febru Florida Department of Corrections S. Berk () employed a quasi-experimental design to evaluate the effectiveness of the Florida Work Release. Northern Virginia gang assessment study – Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force. National evaluation of prevention projects relating to drugs and youth gangs – Family and Youth Services Bureau, HHS. Evaluation of law-related education court diversion programs – Virginia Department of Corrections Division of Youth and Family Services.


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Evaluation of the Virginia Department of Corrections" Intensive Supervision Program Download PDF EPUB FB2

We offer more than programs to offenders who are in prison and to those who are under community supervision. Each program falls into one of three categories: academic, job training, and cognitive.

Disclaimer: Program availability is subject to change. For the most up to date offerings, please contact facilities or offices directly. Community Corrections Alternative Program (CCAP) is a sentencing option for those convicted of non-violent crimes that emphasizes re-entry and transitional services.

Participants must be on supervision for the duration of the program, if accepted. A court order, the Virginia Parole Board, or the Code of Virginia may require the use of GPS supervision, which supplements and complements intensive and regular supervision level services.

Courts may also assign offenders to a home/electronic incarceration program instead of incarceration in a state or local correctional facility.

Virginia Department of Corrections Program Staff: P. Box Richmond, VA () Walter M. pulliam, Jr. Manager, P_obation and Parole Support Services Division of Adult Community Corrections Virginia Department of Corrections P.

The Community Corrections Alternative Program (CCAP) provides improved services for offenders, including intensive drug treatment, and better meets the needs of sentencing courts. The new program is driven by the risks and needs for the offender and is performance based, with programs based on research that produces recidivism reductions.

Intensive Supervision Program (ISP), commonly referred to as “house arrest,” is an alternative program to incarceration in a facility. Offenders on house arrest must wear a monitoring device bracelet at all times.

Depending on the sentence, offenders are. Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision Programs; Information for All Offenders Prison Rape Elimination Act The goal of Intensive Re-entry Programs is to prepare offenders for success once they are released into the community. The program consists of Phase 1, Phase 2 and Process Group.

Virginia Department of Corrections. P.O. Audits and investigations, incident reporting, Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Evidence Collection & Preservation.

Internal Audit. Monitoring & Assessment of DOC Performance & Progress. Special Investigations Unit. Reporting Serious or Unusual Incidents.

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Attachment 1: Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention (English Version). provided intensive GPS supervision, polygraph examinations and treatment services to sex offenders, including supervision of Sexually Violent Predator conditional release cases from the Virginia Center for Behavioral Rehabilitation on behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services.

Services: intensive supervision, drug testing, substance abuse education and treatment, sanctions and incentives Code of Virginia, Shadowtrack voice recognition monitoring for low risk offenders Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) Monitoring for high risk offenders. Questions concerning the operation of the Intensive Supervision Program or the contents of this evaluation should be directed to: Andrew Molloy, Jr., Program Manager Virginia Department of Corrections Adult Community Corrections P.o.

Box Richmond, VA (SCATS ) I 1 I l I I I I I I I I I I I. What Works in Corrections, first published inexamines the impact of correctional interventions, management policies, treatment and rehabilitation programs on the recidivism of offenders and delinquents.

The book reviews different strategies for reducing recidivism and describes how the evidence for effectiveness is assessed. Virginia Department of Corrections Presentation to the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission J Support groups continue after release during Community Corrections supervision Other programs provided to meet specific needs: be transferred to an Intensive Reentry Program.

system level. That same year, the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services contracted with the National Center for State Courts to conduct a comprehensive survey of the state’s local probation agencies.

The following preliminary report outlines the findings from the survey of Community Corrections agencies in Virginia and their local. Evaluation Findinl~s 'The Virginia Department of Corrections (DOC) has steadily increased the use of alternative sanctions as a means of managing rising prison popula­ tions and costs over the past decade.

Among the most prevalent of these sanctions is the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP). Intensive. "Correctional facility" means a facility operated under the management and control of the Virginia Department of Corrections.

"Crisis" means a deteriorating or unstable situation often developing suddenly or rapidly that produces acute, heightened, emotional, mental, physical, medical, or.

and evaluation, and requirements for intensive supervision should be strictly enforced. Also, DOC's definition of nonviolent offender should be modified to screen out offenders with current convictions for serious violent crimes.

With these changes in place, the General Assembly may wish to expand the COl program during the biennium. VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Research, Evaluation and Certification Unit Evaluation Update: Southampton Intensive Treatment Center This report provides the most recent data and their analysis on the Virginia Department of Corrections' Boot Camp Program, more.

Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services History of Jail Diversion Initiatives in Virginia. In Virginia, statewide Jail Diversion efforts began in when the Virginia General Assembly approved funding to promote the diversion of persons with mental illness from unnecessary involvement with the criminal justice system.

Probation is a period of court-ordered community supervision imposed as an alternative to imprisonment.

Post Release Supervision and Parole are forms of supervision in the community after completing a prison sentence. Community Corrections Yonkers Road, MSC Raleigh, N.C. Phone: () Fax: (). "Abuse" (§ of the Code of Virginia) means any act or failure to act by an employee or other person responsible for the care of an individual in a facility or program operated, licensed, or funded by the department, excluding those operated by the Virginia Department of Corrections, that was performed or was failed to be.AN EVALUATION OF SOUTHAMPTON INTENSIVE TREATMENT CENTER Preliminary Report on Client Characteristics, Program Effects and Community Adjustment Virginia Department of Corrections Research, Evaluation & Certification Unit Planning & Engineering Services Novem If you have issues viewing or accessing this file contact us at Prepared by the VA Department of Corrections Research, Evaluation and Forecast Unit.

2 VASAVOR PROGRAM INTRODUCTION sex offender services, intensive supervision and offender monitoring through technology VASAVOR POPULATION: zSerious and Violent Offenders: *Virginia recidivism based on 3 year follow-up periods.