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An evaluation of the use of the LSI-R with Colorado inmates
An evaluation of the use of the LSI-R with Colorado inmates
Cover title., Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-37)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of Colorado's administrative segregation
Analysis of Colorado's administrative segregation
Cover title., "March 2005.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-36)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of front-end diversion community corrections
Analysis of front-end diversion community corrections
Cover title., Description based on print version record.
C-WISE overview
C-WISE overview
The Colorado Web-based Integrated Support Environment (C-WISE) is an enterprise solution that combines a web based case management system integrated with treatment providers, law enforcement, and electronic monitoring vendors supported by a call center staffed with 164 operators that assist in data collection and documentation on a 24/7/365 basis. The majority of Community Parole Officer (CPO) functions are automated within the C-WISE system to allow for documentation and retrieval of offender supervision activities in real time via web interface, telephone, or cellular phone applications., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Colorado Department of Corrections administrative segregation and classification review
Colorado Department of Corrections administrative segregation and classification review
"The Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) made formal request to the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), U.S. Department of Justice, to have an external review of its offender classification system and its administrative segregation policies and practices."--P. 2., "Technical Assistance # 11P1022.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2012), "October 2011."
Community-based offender treatment services. Approved Treatment Provider Program Services (ATP)
Community-based offender treatment services. Approved Treatment Provider Program Services (ATP)
Offenders on regular parole have mental health services and sex offender treatment available to them through the division's ATP service network. Offenders with a mental health code of P3 or above may be eligible for ATP services through treatment referrals from their respective community parole officer. The division coordinates the offender's treatment through the ATP Network and also works closely with the State's local mental health centers. In order for an offender to get credit for their parole ordered treatment, the treatment provider must be ATP approved., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Community-based offender treatment services. Substance Abuse Treatment services, Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities
Community-based offender treatment services. Substance Abuse Treatment services, Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities
In Colorado, 76% of inmates have a moderate to severe need for substance abuse treatment. One of the programs funded by the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) to help link this high volume of offenders with substance abuse treatment is the Colorado Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (Colorado TASC) program, administered by a contractual relationship with Peer Assistance Services, Inc. (PAS)., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Description of planning for Colorado Department of Corrections
Description of planning for Colorado Department of Corrections
Cover title., Description based on print version record.
Effectiveness of Arrowhead and Peer I therapeutic communities
Effectiveness of Arrowhead and Peer I therapeutic communities
The objective of the present study aims to establish the effectiveness of Colorado's implementation of the prison plus community TC model by examining different factors in three distinct studies., Cover title., Mode of access: World Wide Web., Includes bibliographical references.
Electronic monitoring overview
Electronic monitoring overview
Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Energy management plan
Energy management plan
Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2015)
Evaluation of the Colorado Department of Corrections' Prison Rape Elimination program
Evaluation of the Colorado Department of Corrections' Prison Rape Elimination program
Cover title., "February 2009.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Evaluation of the OTMA and ASUS-R among Colorado offenders
Evaluation of the OTMA and ASUS-R among Colorado offenders
"April 2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2012)
Internal classification in the Colorado Department of Corrections
Internal classification in the Colorado Department of Corrections
Correctional institutions historically have used external classification systems to determine the security and custody level of an offender's placement. Methods of internal classification--determining housing, programming, and work assignments within a facility--often have been more informal, subjective, less standardized, and more inconsistent. Inmate assaults and subsequent litigation in many states, along with an increased emphasis on offender rehabilitation, have highlighted the need for structured internal classification systems to complement existing mechanisms for external classification., prepared by Laura Engleman [and four others], "April 2013.", Includes bibliographical references: pages 9-32., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2017)
Is prison sexual offending indicative of community risk?
Is prison sexual offending indicative of community risk?
This study examines whether prison sexual offending behaviors are predictive of violence upon release. Recidivism rates for four groups of male sex offenders were compared: (1) offenders convicted of community sex crimes; (2) community sex offenders who were convicted under non-sex crime charges; (3) offenders known only to commit sexually abusive misconduct in prison and, (4) offenders with both community and prison sex offenses. The findings reveal that prison sex offenders are significantly more likely to be arrested for violent offenses upon release. They pose a similar risk to convicted sex offenders on arrests for sexual offenses; however, the average time to arrest was much shorter for prison sex offenders., "April 2009.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 20-21)
Mental health subprogram pilot pre-release program for offenders with mental illness response to Footnote 8a SB 05-209
Mental health subprogram pilot pre-release program for offenders with mental illness response to Footnote 8a SB 05-209
The scope of this report is the feasibility of developing and implementing a 50 bed pilot pre-release program designed to provide intensive mental health treatment to offenders with mental illness prior to their parole., Includes bibliographical references: page 20., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Minority overrepresentation in Colorado's criminal justice system : an interagency report to the Colorado Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice
Minority overrepresentation in Colorado's criminal justice system : an interagency report to the Colorado Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice
This report was mandated by HB 08-1119, which states that the Colorado Criminal Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice should conduct and review studies and make recommendations regarding the reduction of racial disparities in the criminal justice system., Cover title., "June 2010.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-42), Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Offender profile by facility : incarcerated population as of June 30, 2005
Offender profile by facility : incarcerated population as of June 30, 2005
Caption title., "December 15, 2006.", "This information is generally published in the statistical report annually in tables 59 through 64. Since the next statistical report will combine data for fiscal years 2004-05 and 2005-06, the facility profiles will contain the June 30, 2006 populations as the most recent information. Therefore the 2005 facility profiles will not be formally published. This document provides the facility profile information for the June 30, 2005 population and is comparable to the information contained in tables 59-64 of previously published statistical reports.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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