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  2015
 
  Blasko, B.L., Taxman, F.S., Rhodes, A., & Friedmann, P. (2015). Success among parolees: The parole officer- client relationship as a mediator of criminal justice outcomes. Criminal Justice and Behavior. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/0093854814562642.
  Blasko, B.L., Roman, C.R., & Taylor, R.B. (2015). Local gangs and residents’ perceptions of unsupervised teen groups: Implications for the incivilities thesis and neighborhood effects. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43, 20-28.
  Reingle, J.M., Walters, S.T., Lerch, J. & Taxman, F.S. (2015). The relationship between drug use, drug-related arrests, and chronic pain among adults on probation. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.
  Viglione, J., Rudes, D.S. & Taxman, F.S. (2015). Misalignment in Supervision: Implementation of Risk/Needs Instruments in Probation. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 42(3), 263-85.
 
  2014
 
  Rudes, D.S., Viglione, J., Lerch, J., Porter, C., & Taxman, F.S. (2014). Build to Sustain: Collaborative Partnerships Between University Researchers and Criminal Justice Practitioners. Criminal Justice Studies, 27(3), 249-63.
View Abstract Taxman, F.S., Caudy, M., & Maass, S. (2014). Actualizing Risk-Need-Responsivity. In G. Bruinsma & D. Weisburd (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (pp. 1–11). Springer New York.
  Taxman, F.S. Rudes, D.S. (2014). Implementation of Contingency Management in Probation Agencies Using a case controlled longitudinal design: A PDSA Protocol. Health & Justice, 1(7).
pdf image Blasko, B. L., & Jeglic, E. L. (2014). Sexual offenders’ perceptions of the client-therapist relationship: The role of risk. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment.
pdf image Blasko, B. L., & Hiller, M. (2014). Clinician ratings of client progress in a therapeutic community treatment setting. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.
pdf image Portillo, S., Rudes, D.S. & Taxman, F.S. (2014). The transportability of contingency management in problem solving courts. Justice Quarterly.
  Blasko, B. L., & Jeglic, E. L. (2014). Sexual offenders’ perceptions of the client-therapist relationship: The role of risk. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment.
  Blasko, B. L., & Hiller, M.  (2014). Clinician ratings of client progress in a therapeutic community treatment setting. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.
  Portillo, S., Rudes, D.S. & Taxman, F.S. (2014). The transportability of contingency management in problem solving courts. Justice Quarterly.
  Rudes, D., Viglione, J., & Taxman, F.S. (2014). Professional Ideologies in United States Probation and Parole. In Fergus McNeil and Loan Durnescu (eds) Understanding Penal Practices.
  Sloas, L. B., Lerch, J., & Taxman, F.S. (Forthcoming). Community supervision and diversion in the United States. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (2nd ed.). Elsevier.
 
  2013
 
pdf image Taxman, F.S. & Rudes, D.S. (2013). Implementation of contingency management in probation agencies using a case controlled longitudinal design: A PDSA study protocol. Heath & Justice.
View Abstract Rudes, D., Viglione, J. & Porter, C (2013). Using Quality Improvement Models in Correctional Organizations. Federal Probation, 77(2), 69-75.
 

Houser, K., Blasko, B. L., & Belenko, S. (2013).Treatment exposure and prison misconduct: An examination of the effects of treatment exposure on female prisoners with substance use, mental health, and co-occurring disorders. Criminal Justice Studies. Criminal Justice and Public Health Special Issue. DOI: 10.1080/1478601X.2013.873204.

 

Rudes, D., Viglione, J. & Porter, C (2013). Using Quality Improvement Models in Correctional Organizations. Federal Probation, 77(2), 69-75.

 

Taxman, F.S. & Rudes, D.S. (2013). Implementation of contingency management in probation agencies using a case controlled longitudinal design: A PDSA study protocol. Heath & Justice. 

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Portillo, S., Rudes, D.S., Viglione, J., & Nelson, M. (2013). Front-stage stars and backstage producers: The role of judges in problem-solving courts. Victims & Offenders, 8(1), 1-22.

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Mitchell, O., & Caudy, M. (2013). Examining racial disparities in drug arrests. Justice Quarterly. Retrieved from doi: 10.1080/07418825.2012.761721.

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Taxman, F.S. & Pattavina, A. (2013). Simulation strategies to reduce recidivism: Risk need responsivity (RNR) modeling in the criminal justice system. New York, NY: Springer. 

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Taxman, F. S., Perdoni, M. L., & Caudy, M. (2013). The plight of providing appropriate substance abuse treatment services to offenders: Modeling the gaps in service delivery. Victims & Offenders, 8, 70-93.doi: 10.1080/15564886.2012.747459

 
  2012
 
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Lerch, J., Ainsworth, S., & Taxman, F.S. (2012). Effectiveness of cognitive behavioral interventions for high risk offenders. Perspectives, 36(3), 32-36.

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Rudes, D.S. & Portillo, S. (2012). Roles & power within federal problem-solving courtroom workgroups.Law & Policy, 34(4), 402-427.doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9930.2012.00368.x

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Taxman, F.S., Henderson, C., Young, D.W., & Farrell, J. (2012).The impact of training interventions on organizational readiness to support innovations in juvenile justice offices. Administration of Mental Health Policy and Mental Health Services Research.doi: 10.1007/s10488-012-0445-5

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Taxman, F.S. (2012). Crime control in the twenty-first century: Science-Based Supervision (SBS).  Journal of Crime and Justice (introduction to Special Edition on Key Issues of Science Based Supervision), 35(2), 135-144.doi:10.1080/0735648X.2012.686583

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Young, D.W, Farrell, J, & Taxman, F.S., (2012). Impacts of Juvenile Probation Training Models on Youth Recidivism. Justice Quarterly. Doi: 10.1080/07418825.2012.673633

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Viglione, J. & Sloas, L. (Fall 2012). The state of contingency management (CM) and its application to criminal justice settings. Perspectives, 36(4), 32-39.

View Abstract Ainsworth, S.A. & Lerch, J. (Summer 2012). Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for higher risk offenders. Perspectives, 36(3), 32-36.
 

Rudes, D.S. & Portillo, S. (2012). Expanding courtroom workgroups: Roles and power within federal problem-solving court teams. Law & Policy, 34:4.

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Rudes, D.S., Lerch, J., & Taxman, F.S. (2012). Implementing a reentry framework at a correctional facility: Challenges to the culture.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50(8), 467-491.

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Hutzell, K., & Sloas, L. B. (2012). The invaluable experience of attending professional conferences as a graduate student. The Criminologist: The Official Newsletter of the American Society of Criminology, 37(3), 32.

 

Peters, R.H., Kremling, J., Bekman, N., & Caudy, M. (2012). Co-occurring disorders in treatment-based courts: Results of a national survey. Behavioral Sciences & the Law (Online First).

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Portillo, S. (2012). The paradox of rules: Rules as resources and constraints. Administration & Society, 44(1), 87-108.

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Taxman, F. S., Rhodes, A., & Dumenci, L. (2011). Construct and predictive validity of criminal thinking scales. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 38(2)174-187.

 

Rudes, D.S. (2012). Getting technical: Parole officers’ continued use of technical violations under California’s parole reform agenda. Journal of Crime & Justice, 35(2), 249-268.

View Abstract Taxman, F.S. & Rudes, D.S. (April 6, 2012). Far better ways to fight crime than imprisonment. The Free-Lance-Star.
 

Rudes, D.S. (2012) Framing organizational reform: Misalignments and disputes among parole and union middle managers. Law & Policy, 34(1), 1-31.

 
  2011
 
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Rudes, D.S., Taxman, F.S., Portillo, S., Murphy, A., Rhodes, A., Stitzer, M., Luongo, P., & Friedmann, P.. (2011). Adding positive reinforcements in a criminal justice setting: Acceptability and feasibility. The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 42(3), 260-270.

pdf image Farrell, J., Young, D. W., & Taxman, F. S. (2011). The effects of organizational factors on use of juvenile justice supervision practices.  Criminal Justice & Behavior. Criminal Justice & Behavior. 2011 38: 565.
  Johnson, J. E., Friedmann, P. D., Green, T. C., Harrington, M. & Taxman, F. (2011). Gender and treatment response in substance-use treatment mandated parolees. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 40, 313-321.
View Abstract Lerch, J., Viglione, J., Eley, E., James-Andrews, S., & Taxman, F.S. (2011). Organizational Readiness in Corrections. Federal Probation Journal. 75(1).
 

Portillo, S. (2011). Social equity and legal mobilization. Sociology Compass, 5, 949-956.

  Rudes, D S. & F S. Taxman. (2011). “Early Release.” Chapter in Corrections, edited by William Chambliss & J. Geoffrey Golson, Sage Publications.
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Rudes, D.S., Viglione, J. & Taxman, F.S. (2011). Juvenile probation officers: How the perception of roles affects training experiences for evidence-based practice implementation. Federal Probation, 73(3), 1-13.

 

Sloas, L. B., Steele, P. D., & Hare, T. S. (2011). Geographical access to treatment for sex offenders under community supervision in Kentucky. Journal of Sexual Aggression.

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Taxman, F.S. (2011).  The cattle call of reentry. Criminology and Public Policy, Volume 10(4), 925–937.

  Taxman, F.S. (2011). Parole: Moving the Field Forward Through a New Model of Behavioral Management. In Gideon, L., & Sung, H. (Eds.), Rethinking Corrections: Rehabilitation, Reentry, and Reintegration (pp.307-328). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
pdf image Taxman, F. S. & Belenko, S. (2011).Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections and Addiction Treatment. Boulder, CO: Springer.
pdf image Taxman, F. S., Rhodes, A., & Dumenci, L. (2011). Construct and predictive validity of criminal thinking scales. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 38(2)174-187.
 

Taxman, F S. & D S. Rudes. (2011). “Punishment versus Rehabilitation.” Chapter in Corrections, edited by William Chambliss & J. Geoffrey Golson, Sage Publications.

 

Taxman, F.S., Rudes, D.S., Belenko, S., Hiller, M., Young, D., & Perdoni, M. (2011). Treatment and integration in drug treatment courts: Where do we go next? Accepted, May 2011 Drug Court, Edited by Deborah Koetzle Shaffer. Lynne Reinner Publishers.

  Trotman, A., J.-M., & Taxman, F. S. (2011). Implementation of a contingency management-based intervention in a community supervision setting: Clinical issues and recommendations. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 235-251.
 
  2010
 
 

Rudes, D.S., Lerch, J., & Taxman, F.S. (2010). Implementing a reentry framework at a correctional facility: Challenges to the culture. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50(8), 467-491.

 

Taxman, F. S., & Perdoni, M. (2010). Drug courts. In Mitch Miller (ed.), Invitation to 21st century criminology: A reference handbook (pp. 675-686). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. 

 

Taxman, F. S. (2010). Parole: Moving the field forward through a new model of behavioral management.  In Gideon, L., and Sung, H.E. (eds.), Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reentry and reintegration (pp. 307-328). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

 

Taxman, F. S., & Sachwald, J. (2010). Managing chaos:  Techniques to improve the quality of supervision. In Fergus McNeill, Peter Raynor, & Chris Trotter (eds.), Offender supervision: New directions in theory, research and practice

 

Taxman, F. S., Henderson, C. & Lerch, J. (2010). The sociopolitical context of reforms in probation agencies: Impact on adoption of evidence-based practices. In F. McNeill, P. Raynor, & C. Trotter (eds.), Offender supervision: New directions in theory, research and practice. Portland, OR: Willan Publishing. 

 

Rely, V., Belenko, S., Taxman, F. S., & Hiller, M. (2010).  Exporting Court innovation from the United States to Continental Europe: Compatibility between the Drug Court Model and Inquisitorial Justice Systems. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 34(1): 139-172.

pdf image Hiller, M., Belenko, S., Taxman, F., Young, D., Perdoni, M., & Saum, C. (2010). Measuring Drug Court Structure and Operations: Key Components and Beyond. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37(9), 933-950.
  Vilcica, E.R., Belenko, S., Hiller, M., Taxman, F. (2010). Exporting Court Innovation from the United States to Continental Europe: Compatibility Between the Drug Court Model and Inquisitorial Justice Systems. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 34(1), 139-172.
  Taxman, F.S. (2010). Probation Diversion: Is There a Place at the Table and What Should We Serve? Victims & Offenders, 5(3), 233-239.
  Taxman, F.S, & Rhodes, A.G. (2010). Multisite Trials in Criminal Justice Settings: Trials and Tribulations of Field Experiments. In Piquero, A. R., & Weisburd, D. (Eds.), Handbook of Quantitative Criminology (pp. 519-540). New York, NY: Springer New York.
pdf image Hummer, D., Sims, B., Wooditch, A., & Salley, K.S. (2010). Considerations for Faculty Preparing to Develop and Teach Online Criminal Justice Courses at Traditional Institutions of Higher Learning. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 21(3), 285-310.
  Wooditch, A.C., DuPont-Morales, M.A., Hummer, D. (2010). Traffic jam: a policy review o the United States’ Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000. Trends in Organized Crime, 12(3-4), 235-250.
pdf image Morrill, C., & Rudes, D. (2010). Conflict Resolution in Organizations. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 6, 23.1-23.25.
 
  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers Monographs (December 2010)
 

Taxman, F.S. (2010). Executive Overview: What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers, 8.

Shilton, M., Rexroat, J., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010).  Report 1: What is the impact of “Performance Contracting” on offender supervision services?  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

Mericle, A., Shilton, M., Taxman, F.S., & Rexroat, J. (2010). Report 2: Measuring Performance- The Capacity of Residential Reentry Centers (RRCs) to Collect, Manage, and Analyze Client-Level Data.  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

Shilton, M., Rexroat, J., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010).  Report 3: What organizational factors are related to improved outcomes?  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers

Rexroat, J., Shilton, M., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010).  Report 4: How do staff hiring, retention, management and attitudes affect organizational climate and performance in RRCs? What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

Shilton, M., Rexroat, J., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010.  Report 5: What services are provided by RRCs? What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

Lerch, J., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010).  Report 6: Technical Violation Rates and Rearrest Rates on Federal Probation after Release from an RRC.  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

Shilton, M., Rexroat, J., Taxman, F.S., & Mericle, A. (2010).  Report 7: Site Visits.  What Works in Residential Reentry Centers.

 
  2009
 
View Abstract Hare, T.S., Steele, P.D., & Sloas, L.B(2009).Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis of the Relationship Between Sex Offender Residence and Treatment Service Accessibilty in Kentucky. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 401- 401.
  Friedmann, P.D., Rhodes, A.G., & Taxman, F.S. (2009). Collaborative behavioral management: integration and intensification of parole and outpatient addiction treatment services in the Step’n Out Study. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 5, 227-243.
  Taxman, F.S. & Ainsworth, S. (2009). Correctional Milieu: The Key to Quality Outcomes. Victims & Offenders.
  Taxman, F.S. & Friedmann, P.D. (2009). Fidelity and adherence at the transition point: Theoretically driven experiments. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 5(3), 219-226.
  Lerch, J., James-Andrews, S., Eley, E., & Taxman, F.S. (2009). “Town Hall” Strategies for Organizational Change. Federal Probation, 73(3), 2-9.
View Abstract Fletcher, B.W., Lehman, W.E., Wexler, H.K., Melnick, G., Taxman, F.S., & Young, D.W. (2009). Measuring collaboration and integration activities in criminal justice and drug abuse treatment agencies. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 101(3): 191-201.
  Taxman, F. and Ressler, L. (2009). Public Health is Public Safety: Revamping the Correctional Mission. In Natasha A. Frost, Joshua D. Freilich, and Todd R. Clear (Eds.), Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals From the American Society of Criminology Conference. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.
View Abstract Henderson, C., & Taxman, F. (2009). Competing values among criminal justice administrators: The importance of substance abuse treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S7-S16. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2008.10.001.
View Abstract Henderson, C., Young, D., Farrell, J., & Taxman, F. (2009). Associations among state and local organizational contexts: Use of evidence-based practices in the criminal justice system. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S23-S32. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2008.12.006.
View Abstract Oser, C., Knudsen, H., Staton-Tindall, M., Taxman, F., & Leukefeld, C. (2009). Organizational-level correlates of the provision of detoxification services and medication-based treatments for substance abuse in correctional institutions. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S73-S81. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2008.11.005.
 

Taxman, F. (2009). Effective community punishments in the United States: probation. Criminal Justice Matters, 75, 42-44.

  Taxman, Faye S & Gordon, J. (2009). Do fairness and equity matter? An examination of organizational justice among correctional officers in adult prisons. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, 695-711.
View Abstract Taxman, F.S., Henderson, C., Belenko, S. (2009). Organizational context, systems change, and adopting treatment delivery systems in the criminal justice system. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S1-S6.
View Abstract Taxman, F.S., & Kitsantas, P. (2009). Availability and capacity of substance abuse programs in correctional settings: A classification and regression tree analysis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S43-S53. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2009.01.008.
View Abstract Young, D., Farrell, J., Henderson, C., & Taxman, F. (2009). Filling service gaps: Providing intensive treatment services for offenders. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(Supp 1), S33-S42. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2009.01.003.
 
  2008
 
View Abstract Friedmann, P.D., Katz, E.C., Rhodes, A.G., Taxman, F.S., O’Connell, D.J., Frisman, L.K., Burdon, W.M., Fletcher, B.W., Litt, M.D., & Martin, S.S. (2008). “Collaborative Behavioral Management for Drug-Involved Parolees: Rationale and Design of the Step’n Out Study. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 47(3): 290–318.
View Abstract Henderson, C., Taxman, F. (2008). "Competing Values among Criminal Justice Administrators: The Importance of Substance Abuse Treatment." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, In Press.
View Abstract Henderson, C., Taxman, F. S., & Young, D. (2008). “A Rasch Model Analysis of Evidence-Based Treatment Practices Used in the Criminal Justice System,” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 93, 163–175.
View Abstract Melnick, J., Coen, C., Taxman, F.S., Sacks, S., & Zinsser, K. (2008). “Community-Based Co-Occurring Disorder (COD) Intermediate and Advanced Treatment for Offenders.” Behavioral Sciences and Law 26(4), 457-473.
View Abstract Oser, C.B., Knudsen, H.K., Staton-Tindall, M., Taxman, F., & Leukefeld, C. (2008). "Organizational-Level Correlates of the Provision of Detoxification Services and Medication-Based Treatments for Substance Abuse in Correctional Institutions." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, In Press.
Taxman, F.S. (2008). “No Illusion, Offender and Organizational Change in Maryland’s Proactive Community Supervision Model,” Criminology and Public Policy, 7(2), 275-302.
  Taxman, F.S. (2008). “ To Be or Not To Be: Community Supervision Déjà Vu.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 47(3), 250-260 .
View Abstract Taxman, F.S., Crospey, K., Melnick, J, & Perdoni, M. (2008). “COD Services in Community Correctional Settings: An Examination of Organizational Factors that Affect Service Delivery.” Behavioral Sciences and Law 26(4), 435-455.
Belenko, S., Taxman, F.S., & Wexler, H.K. (2008). Technology Transfer in Correctional Agencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Programs. Washington, D.C.: National Institute on Corrections.
 
  2007
 
  Cropsey, K.L., Wexler, H., Melnik, J, Taxman, F.S., & Young, D. (2007). “Services for Offenders with Special Needs: Results from a National Survey,”. The Prison Journal, 87, 58-85.
  Pattavina, A. & Taxman, F.S. (2007). “Community Corrections and Soft Technology” in J.M Byrne and D. Rebovich, editors The New Technology of Crime, Law, and Social Control. New York: Criminal Justice Press.
  Bushway, S., Briggs, S., Taxman, F.S., Thanner, M., &Van Brakle, M. (2007). Private providers of criminal history records: do you get what you pay for? In S. Bushway, M.A. Stoll, & D.F. Waiman (Eds.), Barriers to reentry? The labor market for released prisoners in post-industrial America (pp 174-200). New York, New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  Taxman, F.S. (2007). Behavioral management community supervision: the staff as the agent of change. In Roberts, A.R. (Ed.) Correctional counseling and treatment (pp229-241). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
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Cropsey, K.L., Wexler, H.K., Melnick, G., Taxman, F.S., Young, D.W. (2007). “Specialized Prisons and Services: Results from a National Survey,” Prison Journal, 87, 58-85. Full Text. Abstract.
  Henderson, C., Young, D.W, Jainchill, N., Hawke, J., Farkas, S., & Davis, R.M. (2007). Program use of effective drug abuse treatment practices for juvenile offenders. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32: 279-290.
  Taxman, F.S., Cropsey, K.L. (2007). “Women and the criminal justice system: Improving outcomes through criminal justice and non-criminal justice responses,” Women and Criminal Justice, 17, 5-26.
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Taxman, F.S., Cropsey, K.L., Young, D., Wexler, H. (2007). “Screening, assessment, and referral practices in adult correctional settings: a national perspective,” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34(9), 1216-1234. Full Text. Abstract.
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Taxman, F.S., Perdoni, M., & Harrison, L. (2007). “Treatment for Adult Offenders: A Review of the State of the State,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32(3), 239-254. Full Text. Abstract.
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Taxman, F.S., Young, D., Wiersema, B., Rhodes, A., & Mitchell, S. (2007). “National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices Survey: Multi-level Survey Methods & Procedures,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 32(3),225-238. Full Text. Abstract.
View Abstractlink Taxman, F.S., Young, D.W., & Fletcher, B.W. (2007). “The National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices Survey: An overview of the special edition,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32(3),221-223. Full Text. Abstract.
  Young, D.W, Dembo, R., & Henderson, C. (2007). A national survey of substance abuse treatment for juvenile offenders. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32: 255-266.

Young, D.W. (2007). Peering into the black box of mandatory drug treatment. In K. Knight & D. Farabee (Eds.), Treating Addicted Offenders: A Continuum of Effective Practices Part II. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.
 
  2006
 
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Alemi, F., Taxman, F., Baghi, H., Vang, J., Thanner, M., & Doyon, V., (2006). “Costs and benefits of combining probation and substance abuse treatment,”. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 9(2), 57-70.
  Byrne, J.M. & Taxman, F.S. (2006). “Crime Control Strategy and Community Change.” Federal Probation, 70(1), 1-10.
  Taxman, F.S. & Marlowe, D.M (2006). “Risk, Needs, Responsivity: In Action or Inaction,” Crime and Delinquency, 52(1), 3-7.
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Taxman, F.S., Thanner, M. & Weisburd, D.(2006). “Risk, Need, & Responsivity (RNR): It All Depends”, Crime and Delinquency, 52(1), 28-51. Full Text. Abstract.
Taxman, F.S. (2006). “Assessment with a Flair (Purpose).” Federal Probation. 70(2), 3-15.
adobe Taxman, F. (2006). "The Role of Community Supervision in Addressing Reentry from Jails." Prepared for the Urban Institute, John Jay College, and Montgomery County, Maryland’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Reentry Roundtable on Reentry from Jails.
  Taxman, F.S, Yancey, C., & Bilanin, J. (2006). Maryland’s Proactive Community Supervision Initiative: Findings from an Impact and Outcome Evaluation. Prepared for the Maryland Division of Parole and Probation.
 
  2005
 
  Byrne, J.M. & Taxman, F.S. (2005) “Reaction Essay: Crime (Control) is a Choice: Divergent Perspectives on the Role of Treatment in the Adult Corrections System “, Criminology and Public Policy, 4, 2, 291-310.
  Taxman, F.S., E. Shepardson, & M. Bello (2005). “Using Interactive Technology Tools as Part of Skill Development for Criminal Justice Staff,” in Laura J Moriarty (editor) Technology in Criminal Justice, Second Edition.
  Snavely, K., Taxman, F.S, & Gordon, Scott (2005). “Offender-Based Systems: Transcending Organizational Lines to Promote Proactive Case Management,” in A. Pattavina (eds). New Advances in Technology for the Criminal Justice System. Sage Publications.
  Taxman, F.S. & Bouffard, J (2005). “Explaining Drug Treatment Completion in Drug Court Courts,” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 42(1), 23-50.
  Taxman, F.S. (2005). “Facing Brick Walls: Offenders Reintegration Issues,” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 29 (1), 5-16.
View Abstract Taxman, F.S. Byrne, J.M., & Pattavina, A. (2005). “Racial Disparity and the Legitimacy of the Criminal Justice System: Exploring Impacts on Deterrence,” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 16(4, Supplement B), 57-76.
Taxman, F.S, Byrne, J.M., & Hummer, D. (2005). Institutional Culture: An Evaluation of NIC’s Institutional Culture Initiative. Prepared for the National Institute of Corrections.
Taxman, F.S. Pattavina, A., & Bouffard, J. (2005). Treatment in Drug Courts in Maine: An Examination of the Impact. Prepared for the State of Maine.
 
  2004
 
adobe Alemi, F., Taxman, F.S., Dyson, V, Thanner, M, & Baghi, H (2004). “Activity Based Costing of Probation with and without Substance Abuse Treatment,” The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 7, 51-57.
  Bouffard, J. A. & Taxman, F.S. (2004). “Looking Inside the “Black Box” of Drug Court Treatment Services Using Direct Observations,” Journal of Drug Issues, 34(1),195-218.
  Taxman, F.S., Young, D. & Byrne, J. M. (2004). “Eyes Wide Open: New Models for Reentry,” in S. Maruno and R. Immarigeon (eds.) in After Crime and Punishment. Williams Publishing., pgs 231-263.
  Byrne, J.M. & Taxman, F.S. (2004). “Targeting for Reentry: Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria Across Eight RPI Programs.” Federal Probation, September, 53-61.
  Taxman, F.S. (2004). “Of Research and Relevance: Next Steps,” Criminology and Public Policy, 3(2) 169-180.
  Taxman, F.S. (2004). “The Offender and Reentry: Supporting Active Participation in Reintegration,” Federal Probation, September,31-35.
  Taxman, F.S., & Thanner, M. (2003/2004). “Probation from a Therapeutic Perspective: Results from the Field,” Contemporary Issues in Law, 7(1),39-63.
  Taxman, F.S., Young, D. & Byrne, J. (2004). “Transforming Offender Reentry into Public Safety: Lessons from OJP’s Reentry Partnership Initiative,” Justice Policy and Research, 5(2),101-128.
 
  2003
 
View Abstract Taxman, F.S. & Bouffard, J. (2003). “Substance Abuse Counselors’ Treatment Philosophy and the Content of Treatment Services Provided to Offenders in Drug Court Programs,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 25,75-84.
  Taxman, F.S. & Bouffard, J. (2003). “Drug Treatment in the Community: A Case Study of Study Integration,” Federal Probation, September, 1-23.
View Abstract Thanner, M. & Taxman, F. (2003). “Responsivity: The Value of Providing Intensive Services to High-Risk Offenders,” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 24,137-147.
  Bouffard, J., Taxman, F. & Silverman, R. (2003). "Improving Process Evaluations of Correctional Programs by Using a Comprehensive Evaluation Methodology,” Evaluation and Program Planning, 26, 149-161.
  Anspach, D., Taxman, F., Bouffard, J. & Ferguson, A. (2003). Treatment in Drug Courts: A Review of Four Drug Courts. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Byrne, J. M., Taxman, F.S. & Young, D. (2003). Emerging Roles and Responsibilities in the Reentry Partnership Initiative: New Ways of Doing Business. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Young, D., Taxman, F.S. & Byrne, J. M. (2003). Engaging the Community in Offender Reentry. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Taxman, F.S., Young, D., Byrne, J. M., Holsinger, A. & Anspach, D. (2003). From Prison Safety to Public Safety: Innovations in Offender Reentry. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Taxman, F.S, Young, D. & Byrne, J. M. (2003). Offender’s Views of Reentry: Implications for Processes, Programs, and Services. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Taxman, F.S., Byrne, J. M. & Young, D. (2003). Targeting for Reentry: Matching Needs and Services to Maximize Public Safety. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
Taxman, F.S., Byrne, J. M. & Thanner, M. (2003). Evaluating the Implementation & Impact of a Seamless System of Care for Substance Abusing Offenders – the HIDTA Model. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
 

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