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Core correctional practices and motivational interviewing have been found to generate more positive outcomes than traditional methods for individuals on probation or parole (community supervision), such as reduced recidivism rates, increased prosocial skill development, and increased interest/retention in treatment. https://icjia.illinois.gov/researchhub/articles/effective-strategies-in-community-supervision-core-correctional-practices-and-motivational-interviewing
New from ICJIA: Effective Strategies in Community Supervision #probation #parole
Today is International Opioid Awareness Day. Studies show those receiving medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder have better outcomes than those who engage in therapy alone. This article provides an overview of MAT with a focus on use with criminal justice populations. #IOAD #OpioidCrisis
There is a national opioid epidemic and one intervention to help those suffering from an opioid use disorder (OUD) is medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT is the use of medications in conjunction with behavioral therapy as part of a long-term treatment regimen. There are three main MAT medicatio...
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We examined the connection between arrests + prison admissions and an outcome of violent death (homicide or suicide) in a sample of 3,174 IL adults. Findings suggest a relationship exists between criminal offending and violent death. https://icjia.illinois.gov/researchhub/articles/prior-criminal-justice-involvement-of-persons-experiencing-violent-deaths-in-illinois
This study examined the connection between criminal arrests and prison admissions and an outcome of violent death defined as either a homicide or suicide. We examined Illinois Violent Death Reporting System (IVDRS) data from death certificates, the coroner/medical examiner, law enforcement, and toxi...
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While crime victims do not always become offenders, most offenders have been victims at some point in their lives. Read more on the Victim-Offender Overlap.
The relationship between victimization and offending, also referred to as the victim-offender overlap, is widely documented. While crime victims do not always become offenders, most offenders have been victims. The victimization experience can produce negative physical, mental, and behavioral outcom...
National and state-level research points to higher rates of crime victimization, such as bullying, harassment, intimate partner violence, among individuals who identify as LGBTQ+.
National and state-level research points to higher rates of crime victimization, such as bullying, harassment, intimate partner violence, among individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+). Following victimization, victims may share their experience...
TODAY at 1 p.m.! Join our webinar "Consequences of #MassIncarceration: Lasting Effects on Communities and Reentry Strategies." Register here: tinyurl.com/y3dm2zk2
NEW from ICJIA: #ViolencePrevention-Basic Ideas for Approaches and Coordination
NEW FROM ICJIA: Violence Prevention: Basic Ideas for Approaches and Coordination | ICJIA Research Hub https://icjia.illinois.gov/researchhub/articles/violence-prevention-basic-ideas-for-approaches-and-coordination
NEXT WEEK! Join our webinar "Consequences of #MassIncarceration: Lasting Effects on Communities and Reentry Strategies." Wednesday, 8/12 at 1 p.m. Register here: tinyurl.com/y3dm2zk2
#Trauma can have negative, long-term impacts on an individual’s mental & physical health. Find out how trauma experienced at the individual level is influenced by trauma experienced by communities.
Trauma, which refers to an emotional response from circumstances deemed as harmful, can have negative, long-term impacts on an individual’s mental and physical health. This article examines the literature on how trauma experienced at the individual-level is influenced by trauma experienced at the ...
Alcohol is the most commonly misused substance among youth in the United States. Underage drinking contributes to risky behavior, lower academic achievement, and altered brain development, and can increase the risk of future misuse. This article provides an examination of underage drinking in Illinois, youth arrest data, and literature on underage drinking and interventions available to address the problem.
Alcohol is the most commonly misused substance among youth in the United States. Underage alcohol use contributes to risky behavior, lower academic achievement, and altered brain development, and can increase the risk of future misuse. This article explored literature on underage drinking and interv...
New from ICJIA: Underage Drinking in Illinois: Trends, Consequences & Interventions
New from ICJIA: Individual & Community Trauma: Individual Experiences in Collective Environments
ICJIA is seeking a community of diverse, passionate experts who reside in Restore, Reinvest, & Renew zones to review R3 grant applications from community organizations across Illinois. Take this short survey: https://icjia.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_78vgpBV1nmXxeDj
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Join us for a Research Webinar: Consequences of Mass Incarceration: Lasting Effects on Communities and Reentry Strategies
Date/Time: Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 1:00 pm CST
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Restore, Reinvest, and Renew (R3) grant applications are due TODAY at 11:59 p.m. Apply now at https://r3.illinois.gov
Proposals are the foundation—they are the beginning of something great that can impact generations to come.
The Restore, Reinvest, and Renew (#R3) grant program close today at 11:59 pm CT! Apply ⬇️ https://r3.illinois.gov
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