3 edition of LEAD, a boot camp and intensive parole program found in the catalog.
LEAD, a boot camp and intensive parole program
|Contributions||California Youth Authority.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
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This is the 5th & final evaluation report on LEAD, the California Youth Authority's pilot juvenile boot camp & intensive parole program. Contents: background (research on boot camps, the LEAD program: an overview, previous evaluation findings, current program status & assessment); evaluation design & methods (the experimental design, data on recidivism, ward demographic & program data, bed.
Get this from a library. LEAD, a boot camp and intensive parole program: an implementation and process evaluation of the first year.
[Jean Bottcher; Teresa M Isorena; California Youth Authority. Research Division.]. Get this from a library. LEAD, a boot camp and intensive parole program: the final impact evaluation. [California Youth Authority.;]. The California Youth Authority (CYA) experimental study of its juvenile boot camp and intensive parole program (called LEAD)—versus standard custody and parole—was an important exception, but its legislatively mandated in-house evaluation was prepared before complete outcome data was on: Whittier, California.
a boot camp and intensive parole program book General Overviews. Numerous overviews of boot camps are available. MacKenzie and Hebertan edited volume, is notable for its chapters examining the various manifestations of boot camp programs in operation LEAD the United States at the time.
Cronin is another overview of the different forms of boot camp programs in operation in the early s. Shock is very similar to a military boot camp but with a twist.
The twist is that the offenders have time for academics and education. Let's take a closer look at an example of a daily regimen in. Intensive supervised probation is a form of probation with increased supervision and control of the offender.
Which of the following statements inaccurately describes this form of punishment. Boot camp programs have regimens that can include which of the following.
restitution will lead to strict surveillance and control of the offender. Regardless, whatever time, effort, and funding that may have been saved was quickly sucked into the LEAD vacuum via the vessels of intensive parole, increased supervision, and aftercare programs.
As a result, California’s juvenile boot camp program was no more effective at reducing recidivism nor saving money than standard custodial : Joshua A Jones. Typically, the program is followed by probation or type of some aftercare program.
In general, most experts agree that boot camps are not more effective than other approaches for juvenile offenders. Boot camps do not reduce recidivism, and often lead to only short-term.
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It includes information on justice-related programs and assigns evidence ratings--effective, promising, and no effects--to indicate whether there is evidence from research that a program achieves its goals. There is compelling evidence that a variety of intervention programs for juvenile offenders significantly reduce recidivism (Drake, Aos, and Miller, ; Lipsey, ).
Lipsey () reports that the mean effect represented a reduction in the one-year rearrest rate of about 6 percentage points for. Barton, W. H., & Butts, J. Viable options: Intensive supervision programs for juvenile delinquents.
Crime & Delinquency, 36 (2), – California Department of the Youth Authority (). LEAD: A Boot Camp and Intensive Parole Program; the Final Impact Evaluation (Report to the California Legislature).Cited by: 9. To make such a program viable, the "break 'em down" part needs to be followed by the real and hard work of "building 'em up," with jobs or educational opportunities to give Author: Thomas Mcconnel.
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Transition plans should be collaborations among providers both inside and outside the institution. For that reason, Chapter 2 outlined the elements of a treatment plan without specifying particular roles for institution and community providers.
Although flexibility is key, treatment providers in the community will emphasize different aspects of transition planning. The boot camp imposed intensive regimentation, strict discipline, strenuous physical labor, and grueling physical activities.
The four separate buildings of the camp were enclosed by an foot-high fence topped with barbed wire. Hite was also sentenced to a term of probation. Hite successfully completed the boot camp, but violated the terms of.PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Alvis House Halfway House Program is intended to help you start a path to rehabilitation and progress while establishing a pro-social lifestyle and responsibility in the community.
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