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Utilizing Behavioral Interventions to Improve Supervision Outcomes: The Effect of Sanctions and Rewards on ISP Completion

@inproceedings{Wodahl2012UtilizingBI,
  title={Utilizing Behavioral Interventions to Improve Supervision Outcomes: The Effect of Sanctions and Rewards on ISP Completion},
  author={Eric J. Wodahl and Scott E. Culhane and William P. Mccarty},
  year={2012}
}
The number of offenders supervised in the community has grown tremendously over the past few decades. During the same time period, successful completions of probation and parole terms have been declining. Behavioral strategies hold promise for improving offender outcomes, but empirical research on the efficacy of these interventions appears nonexistent in community corrections. The current study examines the impact of rewards and sanctions on offenders in an intensive supervision program (ISP… Expand

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