The EBP Quarterly - Volume 7, Number 3

In this issue of the EBP Quarterly we feature two (2) in-depth research articles. The first is eleventh in a series of reports that evaluates the effectiveness of programming administered within the Kentucky Department of Corrections Prison System. It is the first report of its kind, as it is the first one to evaluate progress of programming administered in the Restrictive Housing Unit.

The second examines the challenges and opportunities of risk assessment as it relates to reentry for individuals returning to the community.


Preliminary Study of Restrictive Housing Efforts at Four Kentucky Institutions: Treating Cognitive Distortions and Producing Behavioral Change¹

  • David Myers, Ph. D.
    Lada Kloi Gasparac, MA, MPA, NASPAA

Risk Assessment in the Modern Era: Summary of Advancing Fairness and Transparency: National Guidelines for Post-Conviction Risk and Needs Assessment (Desmarais, D’Amora, & Tavárez, 2022)

  • Logan DiStasio
    University of New Haven

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

Publisher: Joyfields Institute

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