MCJRP Data Reports

MCJRP Process Measures Through September 2020 (1.63 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through September 30 2020 (251.13 KB)

MPD Social Worker Analysis Report July 2020 (655.11 KB)

MCJRP Process Measures Through June 30, 2020 (2.34 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through June 30, 2020 (201.92 KB)
MCJRP Process Measures through March 31, 2020 (990.04 KB)
Revocation Graphs through March 2020 (218.99 KB)
MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - December 31, 2019 (1.28 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through 2019 (266.51 KB)
MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - September 2019 (1.25 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through September 2019 (252.4 KB)
MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - June 2019 (1.04 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through June 2019 (230.6 KB)
MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - December 2018 (1.26 MB)
Revocation Graphs Through 2018 (514.84 KB)
Evaluating the MCJRP Outcomes, Measurements, and Future Evaluations (4.31 MB)

MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - June 2018 (1.34 MB)
MCJRP Process Measures July 2014 - March 2018 (1.01 MB)
MCJRP Process Measures Q3-Q4 (404.99 KB)
Examining the Implementation of Justice Reinvestment in Multnomah County (3.15 MB)
MCJRP Performance Measurement Framework (225.11 KB)
MCJRP Quarterly Report FY17 Q1 (1.8 MB)
MCJRP Quarterly Report FY16 Q1-Q2 (1.59 MB)
MCJRP FY16 Q3 Quarterly Report (1.55 MB)

Older MCJRP Reports (FY 2015)

MCJRP Quarterly Report Q4 (1.14 MB)
MCJRP Quarterly Report Q3 (1.35 MB)
MCJRP Quarterly Report Q1Q2 (1.32 MB)
MCJRP Report September 2014 (1.49 MB)
MCJRP Report October 2014 (1.67 MB)
MCJRP Report November 2014 (1.65 MB)

Dr. Doug Marlowe's Presentation January 14, 2016 Putting Justice Reinvestment into Action: Matching Dispositions to the Risk-and-Need Profiles of Offenders

To be effective, safe, and cost-efficient, community-corrections programs require substantial modifications based upon the risk-and-needs profiles of the individuals they serve.  This presentation will review a typology of risk-and-needs profiles among offenders, and describe concrete clinical and supervisory adaptations that are required to treat and manage various sub-types of offenders effectively.  Participants will learn about the scientific principles of evidence-based treatment, supervision and behavior modification, and how to modify these services based on assessment findings to optimize outcomes.