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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13th Annual Conference & Masterclasses

Case Management, Care Coordination, Counseling & Supervision

Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2019

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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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!

Check out the entire line-up, and plan now to join us.

DATE TIME
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WEBINAR NAME

May 23 (tomorrow)

1:00-2:30 LGBTQ, SOGIE, Gender-Neutral, Gender-Fluid: An Introduction to Fundamentals
May 23 (tomorrow)
3:00-4:30 Opioids: An Introduction for Professionals In Human, Social, Justice Services
May 29
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
June 14 12:00-12:30 What it Means to Be Evidence-Based
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EB Professionals Monthly - April (a), 2019

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Your EBP Quarterly Is Here

4 Powerful Articles For You...
  • Human Trafficking in the United States: Significance of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA)
  • An Exploration of Campus Sexual Assaults, Online Prevention Programs, and the Procedural Fairness of Campus Disciplinary Proceedings
  • New Report Provides Framework for Research-Informed Juvenile Probation
  • The Efficacy of Drug Courts.
 
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New Report Provides Framework for Research-Informed Juvenile Probation

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Timothy Daty, University of New Haven
 
In the recent decades, research concerning juvenile offenders has greatly expanded and become quite influential in the shaping of policies and practices. In particular, research has consistently shown that juvenile populations represent a unique population of offenders and that distinct treatments are appropriate. Based on these findings, Harvell and colleagues (2018) argue that the criminal justice system must recognize such differences. Unlike adult offenders, juveniles are still developing both psychologically and biologically. As a result, juveniles often have lower self-control, especially during emotional situations. In these instances, behavior can be widely affected and delinquency can result (Harvell et al., 2018; National Research Council, 2013). Creating strategies that are specifically tailored to juvenile offenders is the most effective course of action to reduce reoffending. In their research report, Harvell et al. (2018) stress collaboration between researchers and practitioners, particularly within juvenile probation.

Read more: New Report Provides Framework for Research-Informed Juvenile Probation

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