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Rate these items, 1 low through, Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, 3 Policy and Procedures. C A Write or revise policies and procedures to reflect the principles of. B Use an inclusive process that elicits agency wide and stakeholder. participation, 4 Policy and Implementation Teams, C A Develop an implementation structure that identifies what work. will occur at the state level versus the local level. B Establish statewide and local policy teams of system policy and. decision makers to guide implementation at a systemic level. C Establish implementation and work teams that both staff the policy. teams and focus on the logistics of implementation. D Using a chartering process establish working agreements for. teams to clarify roles reporting and communication structures. membership and attendance expectations decision making. processes and information sharing and input gathering structure. E Establish the following during the first one or two meetings. i Identify a chair lead worker and or coordinator, ii vision mission and goal statements. iii resource needs i e staffing and facilitation, iv action plans with timelines and assignments.
5 System Stakeholders Collaboration, C A Involve external stakeholders such as other public safety partners. community based providers and local business representatives in. q the planning and implementation processes, B System Stakeholders Policy Makers. i Involve local government officials as partners and champions. in the planning and implementation process, ii Provide brief educational presentations training sessions to. these officials regarding EBP, iii Meet regularly with and involve system stakeholders in the. planning and implementation process Provide regular. implementation updates and share successes and challenges. i Develop a media policy and identify an internal spokesperson. ii Educate the media about what EBP means in and to the field of. corrections, iii Cultivate relationships with local media and invite them to.
visit facilities offices conduct ride alongs and hear about. the work of the agency, 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 2. www cjinstitute org, Rate these items, 1 low through. Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, D Community based Service Providers. i Involve community based service providers in the planning. and implementation of EBP, ii Provide EBP related training slots or sessions to community. based providers, iii Incorporate requirements including the use of EBP use of.
social learning theory and cognitive behavioral techniques and. measurable performance indicators into provider contracts. iv Develop a system for monitoring and providing feedback. regarding contract measurements and hold providers. accountable for contract requirements, 6 Planning, C A Develop a strategic action plan for implementing EBP. B Include cross agency and stakeholder representation in the. planning process, C Address operations organizational development issues and. collaboration, D Include measurable and time limited goals and objectives and. assign individuals responsibility for completion of each objective. E Complete regular updates of the strategic action plan indicating. implementation status and timeline for each objective. F When possible maintain a balanced workload by eliminating. existing tasks when new tasks are adopted, 7 Communication. C A Develop a plan strategy for communicating information. regarding planning and implementation throughout the. organization and to external stakeholders, B Establish a communication subcommittee responsible for ensuring.
communication flow, C Celebrate successes even small wins. 8 Resources Budget, C A Align budget structure with EBP priorities. i Focus funding on programs that serve medium and high risk. q offenders, ii Focus funding on programs that are based on EBP. iii Focus funding on programs that provide evidence of. recidivism reduction, iv Redesign or eliminate programs that are in conflict with EBP. 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 3, www cjinstitute org.
Rate these items, 1 low through, Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, Human Resources Training. 9 Recruitment and Hiring, C A Develop recruiting strategies and literature that focus on the. knowledge skills and attitude necessary to deliver EBP. B Rewrite job descriptions to emphasize the knowledge skills and. attitude necessary to deliver EBP, C Develop interview and hiring processes that emphasize the. knowledge skills and attitude necessary to delivery EBP. D Develop a succession planning strategy, i Provide leadership skill building opportunities to staff whose.
behavior and attitude are in alignment with EBP, ii Build on staff strengths. iii Balance internal promotional opportunities and external hiring. as appropriate, 10 Training, C A Review current training curriculum and identify training needs. q B Incorporate experiential teaching techniques and adaptations for. participant learning styles into trainings, C Develop a training plan that incorporates training all agency staff. in the principles philosophy and implementation of EBP. i Include EBP training in staff orientation sessions. ii Include EBP training in officer academy initial training. iii Train staff in motivational interviewing social learning. theory and cognitive behavioral techniques, iv Train staff to administer assessment tools using motivational. interviewing techniques, v Train staff supervisors management in the interpretation of.
data and other reporting mechanisms, D Train supervisors to conduct performance evaluations and. ongoing performance monitoring and EBP, E Train management and supervisors in leadership skills and change. management, 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 4. www cjinstitute org, Rate these items, 1 low through. Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, 11 Performance Management.
C A Develop performance evaluation forms that reflect the principles. q i Use of positive reinforcements 4 to 1 with each other and. ii Contact with community supports during case planning. B Develop a system of performance evaluation and monitoring that. is ongoing not limited to once year, C Develop methods of feeding back performance information for all. staff on a regular basis, D Develop methods of providing 360 degree feedback especially. for supervisor mid management and executive level staff. E Conduct random video audio observation review of staff. performance, F Conduct periodic and random reviews of assessments and case. G Develop methods of rewarding staff for aligning their behavior. H Promote staff based on their knowledge skills ability and. attitude related to EBP, I Measure supervisor performance based on the following. i Ability to teach and model EBP with staff and others. ii Ability to observe officer offender interaction and provide. feedback reinforcement and instruction in support of EBP. J Observe and or provide clinical supervision for cognitive. behavioral treatment groups, Information Systems Measurement Evaluation.
12 Measurement, q A Develop outcome measures to track progress toward strategic. goals Incorporate data identified in measurement matrix. B Develop process and intermediate measures that can be tracked. on a regular basis to monitor progress toward strategic goals. Incorporate measures identified in measurement matrix. 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 5, www cjinstitute org. Rate these items, 1 low through, Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, q 13 Information Management. A Develop or adjust information system to provide data required by. measurement matrix, B Develop reporting mechanisms that allow for regular feedback of.
identified data to managers supervisors and staff, C Collect data regarding offender assessment and case management. and provide regular reports back to managers supervisors and. C Measure incremental offender change and provide regular reports. back to managers supervisors and staff, D Develop mechanisms to measure treatment dosage at individual. and aggregate levels as identified in measurement matrix. 14 Research Evaluation, q A Develop research and evaluation capacity hire well trained staff. or partner with a local university contractor, B Use the intermediate and outcome measures to measure the. effectiveness of internal and contracted programs treatment and. general supervision, C Evaluate implementation to ensure fidelity to implementation.
D Conduct regular random case audits to ensure that officers are. implementing assessments developing case plans following. through on case plans and utilizing sanctions appropriately. Assessment Case Planning Interventions and Supervision. q 15 Assessment and Classification, A Use a preliminary screening tool to assess risk on all offenders at. B Place low risk offenders on administrative caseloads. C Implement a third generation assessment tool for all offenders. that score as medium high risk on preliminary screening tool. D Implement specialized instruments trailers for special. populations, E Implement a system of regular reassessments and reflect changes. in case plans, F Implement a quality assurance system to ensure that officers are. correctly administering assessment instruments and using. motivational interviewing techniques Involve line staff in. identifying what is and what isn t working well, 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 6. www cjinstitute org, Rate these items, 1 low through.
Evidence Based Practices Implementation Checklist 10 high. Import Current, ance Status, q 16 Case Planning, A Develop personalized case plans for all offenders. B Use the case plan to appropriately target interventions based on. i Prioritize supervision and treatment resources for offenders. assessed as higher risk, ii Address at least the top four criminogenic needs as identified. by the assessment, iii Be responsive to temperament learning style motivation. gender and culture when referring to programs, iv Incorporate appropriate doses of services pro social structure. and supervision based on risk level i e structure 40 70 of. high risk offenders time during the initial three to nine. C Incorporate treatment into the full sentence sanction. requirements ensuring that treatment interventions are delivered. in a targeted and timely manner, D Incorporate engagement of natural and community supports in.
offenders lives, 17 Treatment Programs, q A Review current in house treatment programs for adherence to. EBP including the use of cognitive behavioral techniques. motivational interviewing skill training with directed practice. and positive reinforcement, B Assess strengths and gaps using a program assessment tool such. as the CPAI, C Develop a plan for strengthening eliminating or adding programs. in alignment with EBP, q 18 Intermediate Sanctions. A Assess availability of intermediate sanctions identify gaps and. develop a plan for increasing or adjusting availability. B Use a multidisciplinary team to develop guidelines for sanctions. revocations, C Consider the use of administrative sanctions in lieu of formal.
revocations keeping the length of sanctions short as timeliness of. response is more important than duration, 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 7. 8 20 2004 Crime and Justice Institute Page 1 www cjinstitute org Implementing Effective Correctional Management of Offenders in the Community Implementation Checklist August 20 2004 DRAFT This checklist is a tool to guide organizations in their self assessment and planning for implementation of

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