EB Professionals Monthly - August, 2019

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EB Professionals Monthly - July, 2019

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EBP Society and Joyfields Institute To Hold Fall Conference in Las Vegas

For Immediate Release

ATLANTA, Georgia, July 1 — The EBP Society and Joyfields Institute jointly plan a Las Vegas Conference for human, social and justice services personnel. Joyfields will hold this 13th Annual Fall "PATHWAYS" Conference and Workshops on October 30 - November 1, 2019 for evidence-based professionals seeking to grow and earn accredited learning hours, and enhance their career by becoming Certified EB Professionals and Leaders. The event, which will be held at the fabulous Luxor Hotel Las Vegas, will help attendees learn proven approaches for producing sustainable behavioral change and uncommon client success.

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EB Professionals Monthly - June, 2019

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Connecticut Project Safe Neighborhoods 2016: A Youth Opportunity Initiative

Campus Sexual Assaults

Sara R. Jeffries, M.A.
David L. Myers, Ph.D.
Anne Kringen, Ph.D.
University of New Haven

Ronald W. Schack, Ph.D.
The Charter Oak Group

Acknowledgements: Connecticut Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) was organized around a task force, consisting of agencies from both New Haven and Bridgeport, to support crime prevention and gun violence reduction efforts for at-risk youth in inner cities. The Project Safe Neighborhood initiative would not have been successful without the cooperation of the task force members and their representatives:

• Connecticut Board of Education
• Bullard-Havens Technical High School
• Connecticut Business and Industry Association
• Eli Whitney Technical High School
• Integrated Wellness Group
• New Haven Office of the Mayor
• The Charter Oak Group
• The Justice Education Center, Inc. (TJEC)
• Researchers at University of New Haven
• U.S. Attorney’s Office
• Workforce Development Board in Bridgeport
• Youth STAT Youth Services Program
• Veterans Empowering Teens Through Support (or VETTS)
• Clinical Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Staff at Fairfield University
• Court Support Services Division of the Judicial Branch


Note: This project was supported by Grant No. 2016-GP-BX-0012 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.

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A Review of “Use of Research Evidence by Criminal Justice Professionals”

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Timothy Daty, University of New Haven 

This article previously appeared in ACJS Today. Permission was granted to republish it here.

In the recent issue of Justice Policy Journal, Johnson and colleagues explore the use of research evidence by criminal justice professionals. In particular, the researchers discuss the underutilization of research evidence into policies and practices. Evidence-based practices serve an important role in the development and continued success of criminal justice policies and practices. Through use of research evidence, the criminal justice system can better understand the impact of various programs and develop targeted strategies. In the absence of these evidence-based practices, strategies are at a much higher risk of failing or even worsening a current situation. For criminal justice practitioners, successfully integrating this research into policy decisions can be accomplished in variety of ways. In this article, the authors provide a thorough review of current practices and describe different ways of improving evidence-based practices. To do so, three core issues are addressed in this article: the research-practice gap in the criminal justice system, strategies for increasing the use of research evidence in decision-making, and suggestions for future research.

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The EBP Quarterly - 2019 - Volume 4, Number 1

  • Campus Sexual Assaults

    Connecticut Project Safe Neighborhoods 2016: A Youth Opportunity Initiative

    Sara R. Jeffries, M.A.David L. Myers, Ph.D.Anne Kringen, Ph.D.University of Read More
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Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven

Publisher: Joyfields Institute

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EB Pathways is Headed to Vegas this Fall!

The 13th Annual Fall "Pathways" conference and workshops will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The dates are Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2019. Lock-it-in on your calendar and take advantage of early registrations discounts and team plans.

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LGBTQ, Opioids topics kickoff 3-month season of live Evidence-Based webinars series

We have launched a season of live webinars on Evidence-based hot and emerging topics designed to help you get on a fast-track to EB success! Purchase individual courses or buy the entire season bundle for each member on your team, and SAVE BIG!

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May 23 (tomorrow)

1:00-2:30 LGBTQ, SOGIE, Gender-Neutral, Gender-Fluid: An Introduction to Fundamentals
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3:00-4:30 Opioids: An Introduction for Professionals In Human, Social, Justice Services
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1:00-2:30 Working with Employees (& Succeeding): Core Skills for "New & Less Tenured" Managers & Supervisors
June 5 1:00-2:30 Employee Performance Reviews: How to Prep, Write and Deliver Effective Employee Appraisals - On-time, Every Time!
June 12 12:00-12:30 Evidence-Based Housing for Homeless Citizens with Opioids and other Drugs' Disorders
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