Crime & Justice Institute (CJI) Report
Promoting Success on Community Supervision: Strategies for Improving Outcomes and Reducing Revocations


A new report from the Crime and Justice Institute (CJI) assessed supervision practices in four states: Colorado, Florida, Mississippi, and Montana. Each was selected to represent different characteristics of community supervision populations, including the size, demographic composition, and regional environment, as well as to include different mechanisms for a person to be put on supervision, including states that have parole and probation, states with just probation, and states that have additional supervision types. You can read the report here.