Search Appropriateness Statement Package
The following section covers some additional supervision components that do not fall into the previous themed categories. These include transportation resources and environmental restructuring. Also provided are implementation recommendations that provide suggestions on how organizations can prepare themselves to make changes to their policies surrounding these practices. Finally, this section contains appropriateness statements which include the results of the empirical evidence analysis.
The following table shows a summary of the results from the evidence analysis. The practices is categorized according to four levels: appropriate, promising, inconclusive, and not evidence-based depending on the amount and type of research available (see Introduction Table 2 for definitions). Also included are the perceptions of individuals working in supervision agencies and individuals that have experience with the justice system to illustrate different views about the contacts. The following table summarizes the evidence level, the probation staff perceptions, and JSI perceptions of the practices in this section.
Levels of Support for Additional Supervision Components
|Practice||Research Support||Field Support: Low Risk||Field Support: Low Risk|