MCJRP

The Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program began in 2014 to support the public safety goals of Oregon HB3194. RAP participates in a collaborative Data and Evaluation Sub-Committee that provides ongoing analysis and reports about the program’s effectiveness.

EPICS  

DCJ implemented the EPICS model developed by the University of Cincinnati to guide how community corrections officers monitor justice-involved adults, make service referrals, and conduct face-to- face interactions. RAP supports the EPICS implementation and coaching team with process and outcome measures feedback.

Racial and Ethnic Disparities

RAP helps monitor the rates of racial and ethnic disparities impacting our work in the Adult and Juvenile Service systems.

Treatment Courts

RAP is the evaluation partner for a new SAMHSA enhancement grant of the Multnomah County START Court. This grant begins in October 2017.

Smart Supervision Grant Evaluation

RAP is the evaluation partner for this grant funded through the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Second Chance Grant Evaluation for Women with Co-Occurring Disorders

RAP is the evaluation partner for this grant funded through the Bureau of Justice Assistance.