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Case management with drug-involved arrestees

Case management with drug-involved arrestees

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice in [Washington D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug abuse counseling -- United States,
  • Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation -- United States

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    Shipping list.: no. 96-0137-P

    Other titlesCase management with drug involved arrestees , National Institute of Justice research preview
    ContributionsNational Institute of Justice (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14459040M
    OCLC/WorldCa34274316

    Rhodes W, Gross M. Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: an experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention. In: Final Summary Report Presented to the National Institute of Justice and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD; Google. Drug courts are by far the most researched type of problem-solving court, and there is more research on drug courts than on virtually any other intervention for drug-involved offenders (see Marlowe et al., ; Marlowe & Meyer, ). Hundreds of studies on drug courts have been conducted over the past several decades, and the resulting body Author: David Dematteo.

      Comprehensive crime prevention programs must include effective measures to prevent recidivism and to stop the cycle of failed adaptation by repeat offenders. Offenders released from confinement face a variety of challenges that may hinder their ability to become law-abiding citizens. Of particular concern are high-risk offenders with lengthy records of criminality. • More serious type of drug-involved youth distributes multiple substances and commits property and violent crimes • Represent 2% of the teenage population but commit 40% of robberies/assaults and 60% of all felony thefts/drug sales • Few gender, racial, or socioeconomic differences exist.

    "A Study of Drug-Related Police Corruption Arrests" (). Criminal Justice Faculty International Journal of Police Science and Management, Police Quarterly, and. The Prison Journal. Author 2 bio: – The study is limited by the quality of the available content in each case. The data are also limited to cases that involve an official Cited by: Discusses the Transitional Case Management Program that aids institutions with discharge to broaden the scope of its Drug Use Forecasting Program which tracks national incidence trends by testing arrestees in 23 cities for an array of drugs. Describes how .


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Case management with drug-involved arrestees. [Washington D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, [] (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: an experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention.

[William M Rhodes; Michael Gross; National Institute of Justice (U.S.); National Institute on Drug Abuse.]. Case Management Reduces Drug Use and Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: An Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention Intervention [U.S.

Department of Justice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The spread of HIV/AIDS has lent new urgency to the issue of substance abuse because of the high risk for transmission posed through injection drug use and. Case management is regarded as one of the most important innovations in mental health and community care of the past decades ().It is a client-centered strategy to improve coordination and continuity of care, especially for persons who have multiple needs ().Regardless of the controversy of whether, in what form, and to what extent case management is effective, this intervention has a long Cited by: The brokerage model is a very brief approach to case management in which case workers attempt to help clients identify their needs and broker ancillary or supportive services, all in one or two contacts (SAMHSA ; Stahler et al.

).Generalist or standard models utilize the commonly accepted functions of case management and are characterized by a closer involvement between case manager Cited by: Case Management in the Criminal Justice System, NIJ, FebruaryNCJ (12 pages). PDF TEXT NCJRS Abstract: Case Management Reduces Drug Use and Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: An Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention Intervention, NIJ.

Effectiveness of Different Models of Case Management for Substance-Abusing Populations Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of psychoactive drugs 39(1) April with.

Case Management Reduces Drug Use and Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: An Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention Intervention by William Rhodes.

Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. (HV R )I. National Institute on Drug Abuse: Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: an experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention / (Washington, Progress and issues in case management / (Rockville, MD: U.S.

Dept. of Health and Human Services. Rhodes W, Gross Management Reduces Drug Use and Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: an Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention Intervention. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice and National Institute of Drug Abuse; Google ScholarCited by:   Rhodes, W., & Gross, M.

Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: An experimental study of on HIV prevention intervention. Unpublished manuscript submitted to the National Institute of Justice and the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Washington, DC. Google ScholarCited by: Case management reduces criminality among drug involved arrestees: An experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention (NCJ Publication No.

Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice. Offenders can be referred into treatment at the time of arrest, during trial and sentencing, during incarceration and after release from prison (McSweeney et al., ). Referral at the point of arrest is commonly used in Australia, Denmark, England, the Netherlands and Sweden to refer drug users to treatment programs on a voluntary basis.

Drug-related arrests, convictions, and incarcerations continue to increase each year. The criminal justice system faces the problem of how to handle these high numbers of people with substance abuse and addiction issues flooding the system.

As the opioid epidemic unfolds, correctional institutions are looking for best practices that they can use to help handle the ever growing. Chapter 6 examines the relevance of major sociological theories of crime and deviancy to the problem of family abuse, child abuse most of all, and its behavioral consequences.

The contributions of major psychological perspectives to an understanding of the behavioral. Case Management Reduces Drug Use and Criminality Among Drug-Involved Arrestees: An Experimental Study of an HIV Prevention Intervention U.S.

Department of Justice $ Case Deconstruction of Criminal Investigative Failures, NIJ-Sponsored, JanuaryNCJ (28 pages). PDF NCJRS Abstract Case for Court Governance Principles, BJA-Sponsored,NCJ (12 pages).

PDF NCJRS Abstract Case Management With Drug-Involved Arrestees, NIJ, NovemberNCJ (2 pages). Treatment can be considered one in the panoply of strategies that could reduce demand for logic is simple: if drug users can be systematically removed from the drug marketplace through participation in treatment, demand will be reduced.

Rhodes, W., & Gross, M. Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: An experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice and National Institute of Drug Abuse. Google ScholarCited by: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints [electronic resource] Variant title Source code title: Official site of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Notes Title from opening screen. Examined for cataloging June 2, Case management with drug-involved arrestees. Electronic resource.

Changes in criminal. Data from a national study in five major American cities shows that at the time of arrest, 63% to 83% of arrestees had drugs in their system, with marijuana and cocaine being the most common.

Between andthe percentage of arrestees with opiates in their system increased, with a couple of cities seeing significant increases in opiate. To Treat or Not To Treat: Evidence on the Prospects of Expanding Treatment to Drug-Involved Offenders, Urban Institute, • Aug.

19, • Locations: United States of America • Topics: Mental Health, Drug Treatment/Rehab.National Institute of Justice (U.S.): Case management reduces drug use and criminality among drug-involved arrestees: an experimental study of an HIV prevention intervention / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, []), also by William Rhodes, Michael Gross, and National.