Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Community Corrections : The Principles of Effective Intervention

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  title={Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Community Corrections : The Principles of Effective Intervention},
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  year={2004}
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  • Published 2004
tions has suffered from a lack of research that identified proven methods of reducing offender recidivism. Recent research efforts based on meta-analysis (the syntheses of data from many research studies) (McGuire, 2002; Sherman et al, 1998), cost-benefit analysis (Aos, 1998) and specific clinical trials (Henggeler et al, 1997; Meyers et al, 2002) have broken through this barrier and are now providing the field with indications of how to better reduce recidivism. 

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