Evidence Based Rehabilitation
AB 900 is a model that was enacted in 2007, to help with the overcrowding problem in correctional institutions and to increase rehabilitative programs to inmates. This is done by moving aways …show more content…
This approach aims at delivering effective rehabilitation programs that can achieve its intended end goal of reducing recidivism, providing offenders with successful integration tools, and thus increasing public safety. It is done by testing evidence based models that we have by improving them, building on them, testing them , and implementing them.
The CA logic model is a detailed set of steps on how to effectively apply evidence based principles to rehabilitation programs. The first step is to asses an offenders risk level for re-offending and target only those in moderate- high to high risk offenders. 2nd- To asses the criminogenic needs of offenders via research based intrumnets, to know what to target. 3rd- To develop a behavioral management plan, a plan that matches offenders to right programs. Programs that each individual responds to best. 4th- The delivery of that program to the offender, which addresses the offenders needs. 5th - Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the program and adjust appropriately. 6th- Prepare offenders for reentry prior to integration to ensure they have the necessities services needed to assist them. 7th Help offenders reintegrate and offer aftercare within their …show more content…
3) Yes, this follows the multimodal step of offering a wide variety of programs to meat each offenders needs. It is not just a narrow/general services program, rather it is a program that targets many criminogenic needs to best suit individual offenders.
4) yes, it is consistent with In vivo, of offering the programs in the environment in which the offenders reside.
5) No, it is not consistent with the PEI, because the PEI doesn't measure progress, updates, gains, to better determine appropriateness for program completion. The PEI is only concern with relapse prevention, which measures how much they learned and how they are applying it, only after the programs completion.
6) No, the PEI model is more focused on treating the underlying criminogenic issues and targeting those, not too much focus is placed on the giving them resources as to how they are going to sustain themselves once out of the program.
7) No, the PEI also provides aftercare, however it is more for of a continuing care as for preventive factors and not so much for facilitation of needs once done with