Mar

31

Risk Need Responsivity 101: A Primer for SCA and JMHCP Grant Recipients

Past Event
March 31, 2015, 8:00 am

Hosted by the CSG Justice Center

The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) principles are a set of research-based guiding principles that, when implemented correctly, can help reduce reoffending and violations of conditions of probation and parole. RNR principles help policymakers, administrators, and practitioners determine how to allocate resources, deliver services, and provide the right people with the right supports and services in order to have the greatest impact on recidivism and public safety. This webinar provides foundational knowledge on RNR as well as guidance on understanding and implementing risk assessment tools as a way to direct resources and support recidivism-reduction strategies for criminal justice and social service agencies, practitioners, and policymakers.

Presenter:

  • David D’Amora, CSG Justice Center

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