Report: Shortening Probation Terms While Protecting Public Safety

Inno-admin/ February 8, 2021/ Community Corrections, Pew Charitable Trusts, Probation, U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics

Report: Shortening Probation Terms While Protecting Public Safety As of the end of 2018, there were more than 3.5 million adults on probation in the United States according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. This means that state policies to determine the possible lengths of probation terms directly impact 1 in 72 people. The Pew Charitable Trusts has

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When It Comes to Monitoring, Scientists Want to Get Under Your Skin

Inno-admin/ May 16, 2018/ Community Corrections, electronic monitoring, Monitoring & Technology, problem drinking, recidivism, technology, transdermal alcohol monitoring

When It Comes to Monitoring, Scientists Want to Get Under Your Skin Are James Bond-type microchips the next wave of alcohol monitoring technologies? Scientists at the University of California San Diego seem to think so. These engineering researchers are hoping that an injectable microchip that monitors drinking will help treatment programs improve outcomes. Monitoring Alcohol Consumption: Beneath the Skin In

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