Brief Kiosk Supervision for the District of Columbia
Jesse Jannetta, Robin Halberstadt
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This brief discusses the capabilities of kiosk supervision technology, how kiosk supervision fits within a broader risk reduction supervision strategy, challenges of kiosk implementation, and empirical evidence regarding kiosk supervision impacts. It draws upon and summarizes findings from a simulation analysis designed to identify a set of low-risk offenders supervised by CSOSA who posed the same risk whether supervised via kiosk supervision or through in-person reporting to community supervision officers. It concludes with recommendations for implementation of a kiosk supervision system in the District of Columbia.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags Corrections Washington, DC, research initiative
Cities Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV