Ebp In State Sentencing And Corrections

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One of the most important practices taking place today in state sentencing and corrections is the use of EDP. The initial meaning of EBP, which stands for Evidence-Based Practice, was used for the practice of medicine, but was later adopted by many other fields such as education, child welfare, mental health, and criminal justice. EBP is a practice that when approached can be tested in controlled experiments and then be proven correct through the experiments, which implies that there is a set outcome, it can be measured, and is defined as a certain practical reality like recidivism, victim satisfactions, and others.

The purpose of EBP is to reduce the risk of a recidivism; which can be many things such as re-arrest, re-conviction, parole