Publications and Presentations
This article discusses the history of criminal justice treatment and philosophies, prevention and intervention programs, evidence-based practice, meta-analytic findings, the SPEP ™, as well as practical and policy considerations for juvenile justice reform.
TED-style talk with Dr. Mark Lipsey
Thought-provoking “short” about what the juvenile justice system can do to decrease the rate of crime and incarceration among adults.
SPEP ™ Overview with Dr. Mark Lipsey
This non-technical explanation of how Dr. Lipsey developed the SPEP ™ and its key features is a “must see” for all interested persons.
SPEP Related Presentations at the Annual American Society of Criminologists 2015
Title: “The Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP): Using Meta-analytic Evidence to Assess Program Effectiveness”
Click to view slides from this presentation. Lipsey & Chapman
Title: “Implementation of the Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP) in the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice”
Click to view slides from this presentation. Moneyham & Bates
Title: “Evidence-based Delinquency Prevention and Juvenile Justice System Reform in Pennsylvania: A Multi-component Partnership Model for Optimization and Continuous Quality Improvement”
Click to view slides from this presentation. Bradley, Bumbarger, Rosenberg & Snyder
Title: “A Tale of Two States: SPEP in Different JJ Systems”
Click to view slides from this presentation. Robinson
National Juvenile Justice Network Conference Presentation
Title: “Improving the Operation of Juvenile Justice Systems by Taking a New Approach on Evidence-Based Practice”
Click to view slides from this presentation. Bilchik & Chapman July 2011
24th Annual Children’s Mental Health Conference Presentation
Title: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice in Juvenile Intervention Programs
Title: Partnerships, Potholes, and Preliminary Data on the Path of Going to Scale
Authors: Stephanie Bradley and Brian Bumbarger, The EpisCenter at Penn State University
Other Publications & Presentations from PRI
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