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EVALUATION OF INTENSIVE COMMUNITY-BASED AFTERCARE

Award Information

Award #
1995-JN-FX-0023
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2004
Total funding (to date)
$976,812

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $80,000)

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

The purpose of this final supplemental to the Evaluation of the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) is to conduct a special supplemental analysis of the outcome data. This supplemental analysis will attempt to determine the specific offender characteristics that may be associated with a greater likelihood of success or failure in IAP by pooling data from the three implementation sites for the experimental groups and for the control groups.

CA/NCF

Date Created: September 28, 1995