Quarterly for Evidence-Based Professionals

The EBP Quarterly - 2020 (Volume 5, Number 1)

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Transition Planning for Students with Autism and Intellectual Disability: A Review of Research

  • Jane Roitsch* and Annemarie L. Horn
    Department of Communication Disorders & Special Education
    Old Dominion University

Crime Analysis as Part of the Evidence-Based Policing Toolkit: Implementation, Integration, and Practical Use

  • Teresina G. Robbins
    University of New Haven

Does Procedural Justice Training of Law Enforcement Officers “Work”?

  • Jill T. Ruggiero
    University of New Haven

BIASED: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do

  • Jennifer Eberhardt (2019), New York, United States: Viking Press, 340 pages, ISBN 9780735224933
    Book Review by Paul Klee, University of New Haven

EBP Quarterly Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven

Publisher: Joyfields Institute

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The EBP Quarterly - 2020 - Volume 4, Number 4

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An Overview of Recent National and International Research on the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility

  • Kelly Orts, University of New Haven

On the Criminalization of Homelessness

  • Thomas Dutcher, University of New Haven

Evolution of the Evidence-Based Movement Interviews Series - 2

  • Interview with Mark M. Lowis, LMSW, Evidence-Based Implementation Specialist

Evolution of the Evidence-Based Movement Interviews Series - 3

  • Interview with David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven Professor and Director of the Criminal Justice PhD Program

Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven

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The EBP Quarterly - 2019 - Volume 4, Number 3

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Evaluation Results from the Somerset County Day Reporting Center

  • David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven
  • Daniel R. Lee, PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Dennis M. Giever, PhD, New Mexico State University

Bullying and Its Correlation with School Violence

  • Dr. George Froggé, Austin Peay State University

Evolution of the Evidence-Based Movement Interviews Series - 1

  • Interview with Sobem Nwoko, President, Joyfields Institute, and Founder, Evidence-Based Professionals Society

Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven

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The EBP Quarterly - 2019 - Volume 4, Number 2

  • Tackling juvenile delinquency

    Tackle the Root Causes of Juvenile Delinquency: Family-Based Early Intervention

    Tianyin Yu, University of New Haven Executive Summary Early onset Read More
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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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The EBP Quarterly - 2018 - Volume 3, Number 4

  • human-trafficking

    Human Trafficking in the United States: Significance of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA)

    Sarbjeet Kaur, University of New Haven   One of the Read More
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The EBP Quarterly - 2018 - Volume 3, Number 3

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    Evidence-Based Practices in Corrections: From On-Paper to the Front-Line

    Kristi L. Greenberg, University of New Haven Evidence-based practices are accepted Read More
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suicides

Suicide Among College Students

Ewa K. Zielinska, University of New Read More
community policing

Community Policing

Marquita D. Higgins, Walden University Community Read More
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The EBP Quarterly - 2018 - Volume 3, Number 2

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    A Critique of Current Youth Drug Addiction Policy

    Timothy Daty, University of New Haven Substance abuse among adolescents is Read More
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Fear of Crime: A Problem Oriented Solution

Joseph Dule, University of New Haven Since Read More
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The EBP Quarterly - 2018 - Volume 3, Number 1

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    Second Chance Act in Action: A Case Study of Evidence-Based Approaches and a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership

    David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven Daniel R. Lee, Read More
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Introduction

This issue of EBP Quarterly presents a second-year implementation and evaluation report for the Somerset County Day Reporting Center. This report, and the corresponding appendices, present a case study of an SCA funded initiative that is utilizing various evidence-based approaches and evaluating process and behavioral outcomes through a researcher-practitioner partnership. This report illustrates many of the key findings uncovered in larger-scale SCA research, but also provides practical examples of program policies and procedures, strategic and action planning, organizational assessment, use of motivational interviewing, monitoring implementation, and assessing program performance. The importance of prior research findings, collaborative leadership, program fidelity, and data-driven decision-making also is presented in this report.

We hope you find this report and the corresponding documents useful as you consider the use of evidence-based approaches in your own agency. 

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The EBP Quarterly - Volume 2, Number 4

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    Incorporating Surveys to Improve Police-Community Partnerships

    George M. Froggé, Austin Peay State University  Abstract In some cities, Read More
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Sex Offender Risk, Recidivism, and Policy

Kristi L. Greenberg University of New Read More
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Employment and Recidivism

Tianyin Yu, University of New Haven Read More
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