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Justice Reinvestment: What It Is, and Why It’s Important

Dennis Giever, PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania In 2004, Connecticut became the first state to enact justice ...

Problem Solving versus Directed Patrol in Hot Spots: How Do These Approaches Affect Suburban Residential Communities?

Tammy Rinehart Kochel, PhD Southern Illinois University and Lt. Peter Morrow St. Louis County Police Department Abst...

Ensuring Evidence-Based Results through Program Fidelity

Daniel Lee, PhD Indiana University of Pennsylvania Evidence-based programming has been stressed within many discipli...

Becoming an Evidence-Based Organization: Five Key Components to Consider

David L. Myers, PhD Indiana University of Pennsylvania During the past 10 to 15 years, increasing emphasis has been ...

“Coming Home to Harlem” and the Evidence-Based Movement

David L. Myers, PhD - Indiana University of Pennsylvania Reentry courts are specialized courts that seek to assess i...

Development of Guidelines from Research: A Briefing Document

Clifton Chow, Ph.D., Consultant - Anthony Petrosino, Ph.D., WestEd The move towards evidence-based policy has focuse...

Juvenile Curfew Laws: A Consideration of Something that “Doesn’t Work”

David L. Myers, PhD - University of New Haven Juvenile curfew laws are utilized widely and supported throughout the ...

Utilizing Evidence-Based Approaches in Juvenile Justice

By Dennis Giever, PhD- Indiana University of Pennsylvania Juvenile justice agencies striving to improve their progra...

The EBP Quarterly - Volume 1, Number 1

[module-205] [module-206] The EBP Quarterly is a non-peer-reviewed publication of EBP Society, the Society for Ev...