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ACE! team members have given invited talks and over 100 presentations at the annual meetings of several professional societies, including The American Society of Criminology, The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, American Sociological Association, The American Probation and Parole Association, World Congress of Criminology, The National Association of Drug Court Professionals, American Correctional Association, and American Psychological Association.

Below is a listing of several recent presentations with links to PDF files of the presentation slides.

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  2015
 
Blasko, B.L., Toronjo, H., Duhaime, L., & Taxman, F.S. (2015). Officer and preceptions explain variation in probationer supervision outcomes: A multi-level examination of practices across five agencies. Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society.
Lopez, F. (2015). Transforming Hidalgo county CSCD into an evidence based agency. Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society.
Maass, S. (2015). The effects of organizational factors on probation officers’ motivation. Presentation, Annual Meeting of the American Society.
Murphy, A. (2015, February 12). San Francisco APD: Building a Responsive System. Presented to the San Francisco Community Corrections Partnership, San Francisco, CA.
Via, B., Del Principe, S., Blasko, B., & Taxman, F.S. (2015). Performance measures in community corrections: Measuring effective supervision practices with existing agency data. Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society.
 
  2014
 
Humphrey, K. (2014, May). Prosecutors as cause lawyers. Presented at Law & Society Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Goldberg, V. (2014, May). The use of peer navigation in the criminal justice system. Presented at Law & Society Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Salzinger, S.C., Taxman, F.S., Rudes, D.R., Caudy, M. (2014, May). The ‘Culture of Control’ in correctional programming. Presented at Law & Society Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
 
  2013
 
  Blasko, B. & Taxman, F.S. (2013, October). Understanding substance use disorders and their relationship to sexual offending, treatment and client outcomes. Pre-conference seminar provided at the Annual Research and Treatment Conference of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Chicago, IL.
  Blasko, B. (2013, November). Prison decision making: The process by which prison staff formulate recommendations for release. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Goldberg, V., Portillo, S., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, November). Organizational and justice issues from the perspective of middle level probation and parole agents. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Hutzell, K. & Sloas, L.B. (2013, November). What do we know about crime and place research in the class room?: An exploratory study. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Lerch, J., Rodriguez, M., Walters, S.T., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, October). Commitment Level to Treatment and Probation: A Preliminary Analysis of MAPIT. Poster presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference (AHSR), Portland, OR.
  Lerch, J., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, November). MAPIT: An Automated Tool to Help Motivate Offenders. Presented at the American Society of Criminology annual conference (ASC), Atlanta, GA.
  Mbaba, M., Kumari, S., Wooditch, A., Murphy, A., Taxman, F.S., Lawson, W.B., & Altice, F. (2013, November). Risk behaviors associated with HIV, HBV, and HCV infection among opioid-dependent individuals under criminal justice supervision. Presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  Mbaba, M. (2014, March). Health and other characteristics of IDU & non-IDU opioid users in Washington, D.C. Presented at the Academic & Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health, Houston, TX. 
  Mercante, J., Blasko, B., & Buchanan, S. (2013, December). Seasonal influences of prison suicides in a state prison system. Paper presented at the Annual Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference, Harrisburg, PA.
  Mauriello, M., Blasko, B., & Birmingham, J. (2013, December). Community treatment manuals adapted for use in a prison setting: A one year follow-up of self-reported mental health symptoms post-treatment. Paper presented at the Annual Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference, Harrisburg, PA.
  Murphy, A., Mbaba, M, Wooditch, A., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, November). Predicting compliance with medication regimens among justice-involved opioid users. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Porter, C. & Viglione, J. (2013, November). Reforming probation: Policy & practice implementation within a juvenile justice agency. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Rudes, D.S. & Sloas, L.B. (2013, September). Students as scholars & writers: Teaching and assessing undergraduate writing in a capstone course. Presented at the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.
  Rudes, D.S. & Portillo, S. (2013, November). Innovative courts and unbureaucratic personalities. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Sloas, L.B., Hutzell, K., Portillo, S., Rudes, D.R., & Salamoun, P. (2014, February). Students as scholars: Integrating independent research into undergraduate education. Invited Journal Showcase Panel at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Philadelphia, PA.
  Sloas, L.B. & Taxman, F.S. (2013, November). Assessing the use of automated technologies and its adaptability to criminal justice populations. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Taxman, F.S., Walters, S., Rodriguez, M., Lerch, J., & Thurman, T. (2013, November). Development of a Web-Based Intervention Targeting Treatment Initiation and Probation Compliance. Poster presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  Taxman, F.S. (2014, March). Researching how people change: An agenda to understand programming, sequencing and timing effects. Invited guest lecture at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY. 
  Taxman, F.S. (2014, March). Client and systems issues: Addressing special population health needs of justice-involved individuals. Presented at the Academic & Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health, Houston, TX. 
  Taxman, F.S., Rudes, D.S., & Tangney, J. (2014, April). Web-based interventions and smart apps for social change. Presented at the Windows from Prison event during the Incarceration in the United States symposium. Fairfax, VA. 
  Viglione, J., Rudes, D.S., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, October).  Actuarial risk and needs assessments: Integrating behavioral health practices in correctional settings. Presented at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Portland, OR.
  Viglione, J., Rudes, D.S., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, November). Changing probation: Implementing evidence-based risk assessments at the street level.  Presented at the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
Taxman, F.S. (2013, July). Embracing the NEW Supervision Frontiers. Plenary presented at the American Probation and Parole Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Ressler, E., Lerch, J., Taxman, F.S., & Walters, S. (2013, July). MAPIT: Improving Substance Abuse Treatment in the Criminal Justice System. Presented at the American Probation and Parole Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Maass, S., Crites, E., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, July). Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections. Presented at the American Probation and Parole Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Maass, S., Crites, E., & Taxman, F.S. (2013, July). The RNR Simulation Tool: Moving Risk-Need-Responsivity Research into Practice in Community Corrections. Presented at the American Probation and Parole Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
 

Goldberg, V. (2013, June). What about us? The role middle managers play during change in community corrections organizations. Presented at the Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

 

Lawson, W., Wooditch, A., Murphy, A., Taxman, F.S., Kumari, S., Alim, T., Altice, F. (2013, May). Mood disorders in opioid abusers under criminal justice supervision. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

 

Maass, S.A. (2013, June). Increasing use of evidence-based practices through an eLearning training program. Presented at the Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

 

Mbaba, M., Kumari, S., Wooditch, A., Murphy, A., Wise, S., Lawson, W, Taxman, F.S. & Altice, F. (2013, April). Addressing health disparities among minority populations by assessing HIV stigma among opioid-dependent individuals under community supervision. Presented at the Health Disparities Research Conference, Washington, DC.

 

Porter, C., Viglione, J., & Rudes, D. (2013). Examining Evidence-Based Practices within a Juvenile Justice Agency. Law and Society Association, Boston, MA.

 

Portillo, S. (2013, January). The Mason DREAMers and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.  Presentation prepared with Jennifer Crewalk, Jorge Velasquez and Mirella Saldana for annual University Life Professional Education Symposium, Fairfax, VA.

 

Portillo, S. (2013, January). The science of diversity project – An experiential and multidisciplinary journey. Presentation prepared with Joya Crear, Jaimie Lester and Liz Andrews for annual University Life Professional Education Symposium, Fairfax, VA.

 

Portillo, S. & Rudes, D. (2013, June). Constructions of justice at the street-level. Presented at the Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Rudes, D.S. (2013, February). Moving EBPs into practice. Presented at OAR, Fairfax, VA.
 

Taxman, F.S. & Ryan, E. (2013, April). American exceptionalism in community supervision: A comparativeanalysis of probation in the United States, Scotland and Sweden. Presented at the Universityof Minnesota Law School’s American Exceptionalism in Crime & Punishment Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

 

Taxman, F.S. & Caudy, M. (2013, May). RNR Simulation Tool to understand treatment needs. Presented at plenary session at TASC 19th Annual Conference on Drugs, Crime and Reentry, Columbus, OH.

 

Viglione, J., Rudes, D., Taxman, F., & Goldberg, V. (2013). Changing Probation: Implementing Evidence Based Practices at the Street Level. Law and Society Association, Boston, MA.

 

Walters, S., Taxman, F.S., Rodriguez, M., & Lerch, J. (2013, March). Development of a web-based intervention targeting treatment initiation and probation compliance. Poster presented at D.C. Health Communication Conference, Fairfax, VA.

 
  2012
 
  Ainsworth, S.A. (May 22, 2012). Implementing evidence-based practices: Readiness, fidelity, and quality assurance. Presented at the Second Chance Act Conference, Washington, DC.
 

Ainsworth, S.A. (2012, June). A systematic analysis of justice in sociolegal scholarship. (Sponsored by CRN01 Conceptualizing and Measuring Justice: The Sociolegal Justice Project). Round table presentation at annual meeting of Law & Society Association, Honolulu, HI.

  Ainsworth, S.A. (2012, November). Effectiveness of an eLearning program for probation officers. Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.
  Caudy, M., Tang, L., Wooditch, A., & Taxman, F.S. (2012, March). Short term trajectories of substance use in a sample of drug-involved probationers. Presented at 49th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New York, NY.
  Caudy, M., Taxman, F.S., & Tang, L. (2012, April). Evidence mapping to advance justice practice (EMTAP). Invited Presentation at the Systematic Reviews in Criminology: What Have We Learned meeting, Jerusalem, Israel.
 

Caudy, M., Ainsworth, S., Crites, E., & Taxman, F.S. (August 15, 2012). The RNR Simulation Tool: Putting responsivity into action for substance abuse treatment. Presented for Lead Staff at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD.

 

Caudy, M., & Taxman, F. S. (2012). The RNR Simulation Tool: knowledge translation for health services criminology. Presented at Addiction Health Services Research Conference, New York, NY.

 

Caudy, M. & Lerch, J. (2012, November). Examining the role of county context in predicting recidivism among federal prisoners. Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Caudy, M., & Taxman, F. S. (2012, December). The RNR Simulation Tool: A Demonstration. Invited presentation at the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Washington, DC.

 

Crites, E. (2012, October). Justice and the risk-needs-responsivity (RNR) model of offender treatment. Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Law & Society Association Inaugural Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Crites, E. (2012, November). Validating an RNR-based program evaluation tool. Paper presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Durso, J. (2012,November). Do criminogenic needs predict recidivism? Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Lerch, J. (2012, November). Examining the role of organizational factors in reentry success. Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Lerch, J. (2012, November). The impact of system factors on length of time in residential reentry centers. Poster presented at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Mbaba, M., Kumari, S., Lawson, W., Murphy, A., Wooditch, A., Taxman, F.S., & Altice, F. (2012, November). HIV stigma among opioid-dependent individuals under community supervision. Presented at the annual International Conference on Stigma, Washington, DC.

 

Murphy, A., Wooditch, A., Taxman F.S., Lawson, W., & Altice, F. (2012, November). Health conditions among opioid-dependent individuals under community supervision. Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL. 

 

Murphy, A. & Taxman, F. S. (2012, October). Assessing offender outcomes of the JSTEPS implementation study. Presented at Addiction Health Services Research Conference, New York, NY.

 

Murphy, A., Sloas, L. B., & Taxman, F. S. (2012, November). Assessing the use of points and rewards in five federal probation districts: A contingency management approach. American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL.

 

Nelson, M., Wooditch, A., & Taxman, F.S., (2012, November). Risk as a dynamic need? An examination of how criminogenic risk mediates need changes. Presented at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.  

  Portillo, S. (March 31, 2012). Sharing the D.R.E.A.M. (with Allison Alvarez and Jenny Mendoza). Presented at Southeast Women’s Studies Association, Fairfax, VA.
  Portillo, S. (April 23, 2012). Doing justice: How professionals make justice decisions. Presented at George Mason University Vision Series, Manassas, VA.
  Portillo, S. (2012, May). Federal reentry and post-conviction drug courts. Presented at Skills Workshop for National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Nashville, TN.
  Portillo, S. (2012, June). A systematic analysis of justice in sociolegal scholarship. Round table presentation at annual meeting of Law & Society Association, Honolulu, HI.
 

Portillo, S.  (2012, September). Students as scholars and writers. Paper prepared with Danielle Rudes for annual Teaching and Innovation Conference, Fairfax, VA.

 

Portillo, S. (2012, October). Studying justice in empirical sociolegal studies. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Law & Society Association Inaugural Conference Plenary Talk, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Portillo, S.  (2012, October). Constructions of justice at the street level. Paper prepared with Danielle Rudes for inaugural Mid-Atlantic Law & Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Portillo, S. (2012, November). Problem-solving courts: What does this new policy innovation mean in practice. Presented at OAR of Fairfax, nonprofit focused on restorative justice issues.

 

Portillo, S.  (2012, November). Therapeutic jurisprudence: Changing roles in problem-solving courts. Paper prepared with Jill Viglione, Danielle Rudes, Matt Nelson and Faye Taxman for American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Portillo, S.  (2012, November). I’m coming home: Exploring organizational barriers to offender reentry. Paper prepared with Victoria Goldberg and Faye Taxman American for Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

  Rudes, D.S. (2012, March) An honest dialogue between practitioners and researchers. Presented at panel at National TASC Meetings, Baltimore, MD.
  Rudes, D.S. (2012, April). JSTEPS: Advancing offender outcomes. Presented at CJDATS2 Steering Committee Meeting, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD.
  Rudes, D.S. & Portillo, S. (2012, June). Redefining the win: Adversarial justice at work in therapeutic drug court environments. Presented at annual meeting of Law and Society Association, Honolulu, HI.
 

Rudes, D.S. (2012, November). Qualitative fieldwork contributions to experimental design and implementation science in criminal justice settings. Presented at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Rudes, D.S. (2012, November). Discovering desistance: Increasing and using knowledge about desisting from crime. Chaired panel with Drs. Faye S. Taxman, Shadd Maruna, and Fergus McNeill at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Sloas, L. (2012, June). Implementation and change talk: Processual differences among study sites during planned practice change in criminal justice settings (with Danielle S. Rudes, Shannon Portillo, Jill Viglione, Kirsten Hutzell, and Faye S. Taxman). Presented at annual meeting of Law and Society Association, Honolulu, HI.
  Taxman, F.S. (May 7, 2012). RNR simulation tools. Presented at the International Association of Community Corrections’ Evidence-based Sentencing and Navigating the Risk and Needs Principles Conference, Reno, NV.
 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, September). Implementation of EBPs in corrections. Presented at the University of Zürich, Switzerland.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, September). Community corrections in the forefront. Presented at Collaboration of Researchers for the Effective Development of Offender Supervision (CREDOS) and the European Society of Criminology’s annual conference, Bilbao, Spain.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, October). Organizational factors to advance RNR implementation. Presented at the Arizona Department of Corrections, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, October). Making it stick. Presented at the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy at Arizona State University, Glendale, AZ.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, October). Substance use and the criminal justice involved: From community toincarceration to community. Plenary Panel Session Presented with  June Tangney & Peter Friedmann, Bethesda, MD.

  Taxman, F.S. (2012, October). Using recidivism reduction strategies in probation supervision. Presented at University of Missouri - St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
 

Taxman, F.S., Maruna, S., & McNeill, F. (2012,November). Discovering desistance: Increasing and using knowledge about desisting from crime. Presented at the American Society of Criminology annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, November). Quality Improvement processes. Presented at Ohio Specialized Docket Practitioner Network Ninth Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, November). Cross-system integration & using EBP in justice settings. Presented at Ohio Specialized Docket Practitioner Network Ninth Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, November). Justice steps: Implementing contingency management in criminal justice settings. Presented at Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR), New York, NY.

 

Taxman, F.S. (2012, December). RNR Simulation Tool to understand treatment needs. Presented at Crime & Justice Institute, Santa Cruz, CA.

  Viglione, J. (2012, June) Front-stage stars and backstage producers: The role of judges in problem-solving courts. Presented at annual meeting of Law and Society Association, Honolulu, HI.
 

Viglione, J. (2012). Therapeutic jurisprudence: How the courtroom workgroup operate within problem-solving courts. Presented at American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

 

Viglione, J. (2012). Implementation of contingency management: The exploration of team dynamics and the shifting of courtroom workgroup role. Presented at Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR), New York, NY.

 

Wooditch, A., Murphy, A., & Taxman, F.S., (2012, November). Respondent-driven sampling in criminal justice randomized controlled trials. Presented at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL. 

 
  2011  
 
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Rudes, D. "Getting Technical: Parole Officers' Continued Use of Technical Violations Under California's Parole Reform Agenda. Presentation at the CREDOS meeting, Vilnius, Lithuania. September 2011.  
 
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Stitzer, M. "Contingency Management in Drug Courts: Research and Resources," Presentation at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference. July, 2011  
 
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Taxman, F. & Rudes, D. "JSTEPS: Advancing Offender Outcomes," Presentation at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference. July 2011.  
 
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Sorokin, L. "JSTEPS: Massachusetts JSTEPS CARE Program," Presentation at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference. July, 2011.  
 
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Hunt, B. "Justice STEPS: Nevada JSTEPS CARE Program, CLEAR Program," Presentation at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference. July, 2011.  
    Taxman, F.S.  "Criminal Justice As A Service Delivery Point."  College on Problem in Drug Dependency.  Invited Talk to the Young Scholars Meeting hosted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. June, 2011  
    Taxman, F.S. "Organizational Research in Community Corrections". CPA 72nd Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada. June, 2011.  
    Taxman, F.S. "Organizational Change:  What Have We Learned."  Plenary Address.  Washington DC:  Urban Institute. April, 2011.  
 
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Taxman, F. Belenko, S., Zajac, J., Portillo, S., Rudes, S., Rieckmann, T., Hiller, M., Ducharme, L., & Aarons, G. "Implementation in Complex Systems with Disparate Goals: Addiction Treatment in the Criminal Justice System," Presentation at the Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation. 2011.  
 
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Rudes, D. & Taxman, F.S. "J-STEPS: Advancing Offender Outcomes," Presentation at the CJ-DATS Annual Meeting. Bethesda, MD., 2011.  
 
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Taxman, F., Altice, F., & Soule, M. "EMTAP: Evidence Mapping to Advance Justice Practices," Presentation at the 4th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health. 2011.  
  Undoing the Effects of Mass Incarceration (2011 Symposium)
 
The symposium addressed the impact of our mass incarceration policies, and included scholars presenting current research along with discussions by individuals affected by these policies. The symposium also featured Senator Jim Webb, Pat Nolan of Prison Fellowship and a host of correctional scholars, policymakers and practitioners working toward innovative solutions for undoing America’s over-reliance on incarceration.
In this presentation, Drs. Faye Taxman and Danielle Rudes of George Mason, with Pat Nolan of Prison Fellowship, introduce the 5 myths of incarceration and the harmful effects of mass incarceration.
Kiminori Nakamura of the University of Maryland reports on the negative effect incarceration can have long-term, due to criminal records used for background checks.
In this presentation, Aaron Kupchik of the University of Delaware discusses the pathways from school discipline to mass incarceration and what we can do about them.
Cindy Redcross of MDRC discusses projects on employment for ex-offenders and the positive effects employment can yield.
In this presentation, Dr. Nancy La Vigne of the Urban Institute discusses Justice Reinvestment as a paradigm shift away from mass incarceration.
 
  JSTEPS (2010)
 
JSTEPS Panel at the American Parole and Probation Association’s Annual Training Institute in Washington, DC. With Greg Forest, Chief U.S. Probation Officer for the Western District of North Carolina, Richard Crawford, former Chief U.S. Probation Officer for the District of Hawaii, and Liz Kerwood, U.S. Probation Officer for the District of Hawaii. August 17, 2010.
Dr. Faye Taxman (GMU) JSTEPS: Advancing Offender Outcomes Center
Amy Murphy (GMU) JSTEPS: Baseline Key Staff Survey
Dr. Danielle Rudes (GMU) and Dr. Shannon Portillo (GMU) JSTEPS: Qualitative Fieldwork
Greg Forest (Western District of North Carolina) North Carolina Western's JSTEPS Program
Liz Kerwood (US Probation Office, Hawaii) United States Probation Office District of Hawaii
JSTEPS Session Featured at National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) Annual Conference in Boston, MA.June 3, 2010. With Joe LaFratta of U.S. Probation in Boston, Robin DeMello of U.S. Probation in Hawaii, and Mike Nicholson of U.S. Probation in St. Louis.
Dr. Faye Taxman, “JSTEPS: Advancing Offender Outcomes.”
Dr. Pete Luongo, “Introduction to Motivational Incentives and Behavior Contracting.”
Amy Murphy, JSTEPS Baseline Staff Survey Results.
Dr. Shannon Portillo, Qualitative Fieldwork.
 
  2010
 
file Watson, C. "Juvenile Assessment, Referral, Placement, and Treatment Practices (JARPP) Survey Findings:Collaboration in the Juvenile Justice System." The Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness. December 14, 2010.
pres Farrell, J., James-Andrews, S., Taxman, F., & Young, D. "Juvenile Probation Case Management Reform: The Triumphs and Challenges of Implementing and Sustaining a New Model." The Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness. December 14, 2010.
pres Taxman, F., James-Andrews, S., & Henderson, C. "JARPP & Organizational Functioning." The Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness. December 14, 2010.
pres Young, D., Farrell, J., & Taxman, F. "JARPP Preliminary Findings on Youth Recidivism Outcomes." The Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness. December 14, 2010.
Rudes, D. "Qualitative Fieldwork Contributions to the Study of Evidence Based Practices." The Jerry Lee Crime Prevention Symposium: Systematic Evidence on What Works in Crime and Justice. April 19-20, 2010.
Taxman, F. "Advancing Uptake of EBPs through the Second Chance Act" What Works in Reentry Experts Roundtable. April 12-13, 2010.
Taxman, F. "Why are Collaborations Important for Advancing EBPs? "New Jersey Reentry Conference. April 8, 2010.
 
  2009
 
Taxman, F. "Drug Treatment for Offenders: Evidence-Based Criminal Justice and Treatment Practices, " Testimony given to the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies. March 10th, 2009.
Taxman, F. "Collaborative Behavioral Management Makes Parole More Supportive" National Institutes of Health Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building Research Capacity to Bridge the Gap from Science to Service, January, 2009.
Taxman, F. "Science to Service in Justice Settings: Results from the National Survey on Criminal Justice Treatment Practices on Aligning Public Safety and Health Goals" National Institutes of Health Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building Research Capacity to Bridge the Gap from Science to Service, January, 2009.
Taxman, F. "A National Portrait of Treatment in the Criminal Justice System" SAMHSA Criminal and Juvenile Justice Matrix Workgroup. January 2009.
 
  2008
 
Taxman, F. “Pathways (and Distractors) to SA Treatment for Probationers,” Presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference. October 2008.
Taxman, F. “Information Technology Transfer in Drug Courts: Pilot Test of the eCourt System,” Presentation at the CJ-DATS Conference 2008. August 2008.
Rudes, D. "Changing the Guard: Parole Agent Training and Socialization During Reentry Reform." 2008.
Taxman, F. “What works" in Corrections,” Presentation at the Federal Judicial Center. October 2008.
Taxman, F. “Substance Abuse Treatment in CJS: CJ-DATS Surveys of Criminal Justice Treatment Practices, COD Services, & Adult Drug Treatment Court,” Presentation at the CJ-DATS 2008. August 2008.

Rudes, D., Kato, Y. "Introduction to Atlas.ti."October 2008. PDF. Presentation (Quicktime movie).
 
  2007
 
Rudes, D. "Reframing Roles in Reentry Revocation: Negotiating Correctional reform in 'the Terminator's California." 2007.
Taxman, F. “What practices are common in corrections? Results from the National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices Survey,” Presentation at the American Psychiatric Association. 2007.
 
  2006
 
Taxman, F. “Behavioral Management: Current Status, New Directions,” Presentation at the National Research Council. 2006.
 
  2005
 
Taxman, F. “How Could Naltrexone Be Implemented as a Condition of Release?,” Presentation at the Symposium on the Ethics of Treatment and Research in Criminal Justice Populations. January 2005.
Taxman, F. “Drug Courts and Offenders: Getting to Better Outcomes.” 2005.
Taxman, F. “Overview of TASC Critical Elements & EBP,” Presentation at the TASC Annual Meeting-Research Group. 2005.
Taxman, F. “State Correctional Executives: Preliminary Findings on the Importance & Influences Related to Offender Programming,” Presentation at the American Probation and Parole Association: Winter Training Institute. February 2005.
Taxman, F. “Target Populations: Review of Findings in 3 Sites Experimenting Seamless System of Care,” Presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference. 2005.
Taxman, F. "What works" applied to Corrections (not just treatment/services),” Presentation at the NIC Probation Chiefs Meeting. 2005.
Taxman, F. “Criminal Justice Treatment Practices Survey: Maryland Findings,” Presentation at CJ-DATS Meeting, 2005.
Taxman, F. “State Correctional Executives: Preliminary Findings on the Importance & Influences Related to Offender Programming,” Presentation at the American Probation and Parole Association: Winter Training Institute. February 2005.
 
  2004
 
Taxman, F. “Criminality vs. Substance Abuse Dependency?: The Impact of Different Risk Factors on Outcomes,” Presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference. October 2004.
Taxman, F. “Who Fails: the Offender or the System? A Research Agenda for Substance Abusing Offenders.”
Taxman, F. “The Drug Users Experience in the Criminal Justice System,” Presentation at the NIDA's: Developing Efficacious Behavioral Therapies for Criminal Justice Involved Populations. December 2004.
Taxman, F. “The National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices Survey: Progress & Survey Goals,” Presentation at CJ-DATS Meeting, 2004.
Taxman, F. "Nuts & Bolts" of Facilitating Offender Change,” Presentation at the Iowa Corrections Association Fall Conference; North Carolina TASC Training Institute. October 2004.
Taxman, F. “Getting to Better Outcomes: Importance of Risk & Needs Assessment,” 2004.
Taxman, F. “Case Planning: Connecting the Dots,” Various presentation locations and dates.
 
  2003
 
Taxman, F. “Been there, Done that and Now…: A Research Agenda to Improve Outcomes of Substance Abusing Offenders,” Presentation at the BJA Working Group on Treatment and CJS. 2003.
Taxman, F. “Substance Abusing Offenders: Getting to Research Based Outcomes,” Presentation at the Dade County, Florida Adult Drug Court Program. November 2003.
Taxman, F. “Substance Abusing Offenders: "Been There, Done That,…and now What's Next?” Presentation at the Bureau of Justice Assistance, The Substance Abuse Offender: A Focus Group Forum. July 2003.
Taxman, F. “Treatment in Drug Court: Forging New Territories in Evaluation,” 2003.
 

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