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Process and initial impact evaluation of the Cook County Adult Probation Department's sex offender program: final and summary report for the period of June, 1997 to June 2000
- This is the final report on the evaluation of the Cook County adult Probation Department's Sex Offender Program (ASOP). ASOP is an intensive supervision specialized probation program for felony sex offenders in Cook County. The program is based on the containment approach and has three major components: (a) intensive supervision of offenders which includes frequent field searches of offenders' homes and the verification of information obtained verbally from offenders; (b) treatment that centers around a cognitive behavior group therapy approach and is supplemental with cognitive-behavior individual treatment and other treatment tailored to an offender's needs; and (c) partnerships among probation officers and treatment providers that includes frequent communication and the sharing of relevant information about specific offenders. This final summary describes the programs setting, administration, advisory committee, staffing, target population, case referral procedure, and policies on supervision and surveillance.
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Number or Issue: Date Created: 06 01 2000
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Access This Publication1. Process and Initial Impact Evaluation of the Cook County Adult Probation Department's Sex Offender Program Final and Summary Report for the period of June 1997 to June 2000 (20070907185308_AnImplementation_ProjectinCookCounty.pdf).
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