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process-descriptive study of the drug aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders
James B. Eaglin
|Statement||by James B. Eaglin.|
|Series||FJC-R -- 84-1.|
|Contributions||Federal Judicial Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
Drug Use and Dependence, State and Federal Prisoners, Of the offenders with drug use disorders, 53% reported three or more prior convictions and 48% were on . The TC treatment continuum for drug-dependent offenders (e.g., TC treatment in prison, followed by transitional TC in a work release setting, followed by supervision and aftercare treatment in the.
treatment through drug courts or optional treatment through transitional and aftercare programs, has been shown to reduce re-arrest and new arrest rates, as well as drug use. State prisoner participation in drug treatment programs increased from percent in to percent in , coinciding with the continued decrease in crime Size: KB. Among drug dependent or abusing prisoners, 40% of State and 49% of Federal inmates took part in drug abuse treatment or programs since admission to prison. Among both State and Federal prisoners, white inmates were at least 20 times more likely than black inmates to report recent methamphetamine use.
Hser Y, Teruya C, Evans E A, Longshore D, Grella C, Farabee D. Treating drug-abusing offenders: Initial findings from a five county study on the impact of California's Proposition 36 on the treatment system and patient outcomes. Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) Series In , with support from several federal partners, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) launched the national Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS), a multisite research program aimed at improving the treatment of offenders with drug use disorders and integrating criminal .
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Judicial Center's preliminary study of the aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders. The federal drug aftercare program was initially established by the Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of (NARA).l At that time, authority for operating the aftercare program was delegated to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
The preliminary report of the Center's multiphase effort to document the effects of the Probation Division's aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders.
The author reviews the operation of the program in a sample of ten probation districts. He describes the program's general approach; various characteristics of offenders in the program; services. Judicial Center's preliminary of the aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders.
The federal drug aftercare program was initially established by the Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of (NARA).l At that time, authority for operating the aftercare program WflS delegated to the Ebderal Bureau of Prisons. Process-descriptive study of the drug aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders.
Washington, D.C.: Federal Judicial Center,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James B Eaglin; Federal Judicial Center.
A Process-Descriptive Study of the Drug Aftercare Program For Drug-Dependent Federal Offenders In Print: Available for Distribution The preliminary report of the Center's multiphase effort to document the effects of the Probation Division's aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders.
Process-descriptive study of the drug aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders. Washington, D.C.: Federal Judicial Center,  (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Women-focused programs are relatively new to the criminal justice system, first emerging in the United States in the late s. 20,21 A national substance abuse program designed for women offenders was introduced in the Canadian federal prison system in 22 Research suggests that treatment of drug abuse during incarceration can reduce the Cited by: BOARD REGULATION No.
1 Series of SUBJECT: GUIDELINES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AFTERCARE PROGRAM FOR RECOVERING DRUG DEPENDENTS Pursuant to the powers vested in the Dangerous Drugs Board under Section 81(h), Article IX of RA otherwise known as the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of.
Examining the effect of a drug court program on offenders' drug use is an example of: Qualitative A researcher wants to observe the social structure of a youth gang. The tough on crime attitude has created three kinds of waivers.
The first is a regular waiver for the juvenile court judge is the decision-maker and determines if the offender is a wave from the juvenile system to the adult court these waivers are usually limited by age offense and some states provide judges with the guideline.
A Process-Descriptive Study of the Drug Aftercare Program for Drug-Dependent Federal Offenders by James B. Eaglin. Washington, DC: Federal Judicial Center.
HV E34 ) Profiles of Correctional Substance Abuse Treatment Programs: Women and Violent Youthful Offenders. iii Acknowledgements The Introductory Handbook on the Prevention of Recidivism and the Social Reintegration of Offenders has been prepared for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) by Vivienne Chin, Associate of the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, Canada, and Yvon Dandurand, criminologist atFile Size: 1MB.
Objectives Prison-based therapeutic community (TC) drug treatment followed by community aftercare is widely recognized as the most effective treatment paradigm for drug-dependent offenders. Process-descrIptIve study of the drug aftercare progr~m for drug-dependent Federal offenders Reference and statistics 21 Federal court management statistics, System.
policy and planning 21 pf(?sec~t~on?f the me?tally disturbed-Dilemmas of IdentifIcatIOn and dIscretion Technology/systems 21 B~llistic resistance of police body armor. This study examined the role played by aftercare following (mainly) inpatient community-based treatment in the outcomes of criminal ex-offenders with substance use disorders.
Two hundred and seventy individuals who had been released from the criminal justice system were randomly assigned to either a Therapeutic Community (TC), recovery homes Cited by: category of drug abuse can apply to all of these drug classes, except nicotine.4 A diagnosis of drug dependence or abuse should be drug-specific (e.g., cocaine dependence or heroin abuse) and not generally made based on drug use in the past year as a whole.
However, NIS data do not permit an analysis. Drug-addicted offenders who receive treatment through the drug court within the criminal justice system: face the collateral consequences of arrest, prosecution, and conviction. A day reporting center (DRC) allows participants to return home in the evenings, but they are required to maintain a strict schedule that is closely monitored.
Prison Drug Program Outcomes 2 In our study, there were four prominent selection processes that filtered respondents into and out of the study: self-selection, administrative — or clinical — selection, treatment selection, and post-treatment selection.
The first process, self-selection, was created by internal motivational states and/or. A study was made of the effectiveness of an aftercare program operating in conjunction with area outpatient drug free treatment programs while organizationally independent of those programs. of drug treatment services to drug-dependent probationers and pa rolees under federal supervision.
This study was undertaken as the final part of a two-phase eval uation of the aftercare program. The first phase was a process-de scriptive study of the program; a report covering that aspect of the evaluation was issued in August The second phase of the.
A process-descriptive study of the drug aftercare program for drug-dependent federal offenders Access to recovery: improving participation and access in drug treatment: hearing before the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth.The Cornerstone program is a highly respected prerelease treatment program for alcohol-and drug-dependent offenders (see Field,for a detailed description).
The program began in and is situated on the grounds of the Oregon State Hospital in Salem. It consists of a bed residential unit and a 6-month aftercare by: An interview study was conducted among a group of incoming prisoners in a county jail in Ohio during the summers of and to assess their current drug treatment needs.