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www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/144054NCJRS.pdf

residential community corrections facilities are quite di.verse in terms of population, organizational base, size, and mission. Despite this diversity, the facilities appear to serve one or more of three typical roles in the criminal justice system. They serve clients at the. "front door" of the system as a direct sentence option, or one ...

vadoc.virginia.gov/community

Community Facilities Directory. Regional Offices Community Corrections has three regional offices (Western, Central and Eastern) providing supervision of 43 District Offices, 12 state-operated facilities, and oversight for 11 privately- contracted community residential centers. Serving the following localities in the Western ...

vadoc.virginia.gov/community/programs/crp.shtm

Community Residential Programs (CRP). Program Overview The Department first began contracting for transitional residential centers in 1985 utilizing federal grant funds from the Department of Criminal Justice Services. CRPs are used by the Parole Board as a Condition of Parole and by Probation & Parole Officers as an ...

www.crimesolutions.gov/TopicDetails.aspx?ID=28

Community corrections are sanctions imposed on convicted adults or adjudicated juveniles that occur in a residential or community setting outside of jail or prison. The sanctions are enforced by agencies or courts with legal authority over the adult or juvenile offenders. Community corrections programs are generally ...

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Formerly known as "halfway houses," community residential centers (CRCs) are a valuable adjunct to community control and treatment services. Originally designed as residences for homeless men, they are now seen as a key nucleus of community-based correctional networks of residential centers, drug-free and ...

www.uc.edu/content/dam/uc/ccjr/docs/articles/Risk_Principle_Lessons_Learned.pdf

Residential Community Corrections and the Risk Principle: Lessons Learned in Ohio. Christopher T. Lowenkamp, Ph.D. Assistant Director, University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. Edward J. Latessa, Ph.D. Professor & Head, Division of Criminal Justice. University of Cincinnati. A large-scale research project fifty-three.

www.blinn.edu/buscs/eueckert/2301/08.ppt

Residential Community Corrections Facilities. RCCFs are a popular intermediate sanction because they: Provide more intensive supervision than probation and parole; Allow offenders to remain in the community where they have access to more treatment services than prison; Cost less than jail or prison; Offenders can ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK64141

Residential treatment for those supervised in the community incorporates several approaches involving cooperative living for people receiving treatment. .... A lack of housing for offenders under community corrections supervision is a major problem in most jurisdictions; yet stable living arrangements are crucial to treatment.

www.cor.pa.gov/facilities/communitycorrections/Pages/default.aspx

Daniel McIntyre, Deputy Director for Security and Training. Patty Sheaffer, Administration, Policy and Planning Section Chief. Michelle Quigley, Residential Contracts Manager. Susan Duff, Reentry Services Manager. Phone: (717) 728- 4060. This page was last updated on 10/18/2017. What is Community Corrections?