The RNR Simulation Tool is a translational tool to help jurisdictions advance practice in Risk-Need-Responsivity. The toolkit is designed to assist agencies in determining what forms of programming will be most effective in reducing recidivism and improving outcomes within their population. The tool is designed to guide resource allocation and help jurisdictions identify service provision gaps. It is made up of three linkable portals that provide decision-support at the offender, program, and system level: Assess an Individual; RNR Program Tool for Adults; and Assess Jurisdiction’s Capacity. Used together, these tools can have a significant impact on recidivism at a system level. Here is a map of jurisdictions that have used some aspect of the toolkit—we are helping organizations put in place RNR principles. Click here to view the toolkit and take a test drive.