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ArtikelThe Predictive Validity Of The Level Of Service Inventory_Revised For Drug-Involved Offenders  
Oleh: Kelly, Christopher E.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Criminal Justice and Behavior vol. 35 no. 7 (Jul. 2009), page 819-831.
Topik: risk prediction; drug-involved offenders; corrections
Fulltext: 819.pdf (111.92KB)
Isi artikelThe Level of Service Inventory–Revised (LSI-R) has been validated for a variety of criminal justice populations, although one large segment for which the instrument has not been validated is drug-involved offenders. With the increasing implementation of the LSI-R across correctional jurisdictions in the United States and internationally, and with a significant number of offenders having substance abuse histories, validation of the instrument for this population is overdue. Using bivariate correlations and logistic regression analyses, the LSI-R total score was found to be a stable, significant predictor of reincarceration for a sample of 276 drug-involved offenders. This finding held up in multivariate analyses even when controlling for a variety of other factors including age, criminal history, time-at-risk in the community following release from prison, and treatment-related variables
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