UCJC evaluated the status of collaboration efforts across five local secure facilities. This report represents the results of that evaluation. The findings that are summarized in this retrospective evaluation will later be used to guide the development of a dynamic plan for the USOE and UDJJS . . .
UCJC analyzed the qualitative and quantitative factors that predict length of stay (LOS) in Utah’s juvenile secure care facilities (2014). The report examines both youth-level and system-level factors related to LOS. Departures from the goals of Utah’s indeterminate sentencing structure are documented . . .
Description: In 2013, The Utah Sentencing Commission appointed a committee to research and develop an Incentive and Response Matrix for Utah...
UCJC conducted a two-year study (2014-2015) of Utah reentry practices. This study complements the earlier literature review and survey of Utah reentry practices and is comprised of two parts. Part I provides a quantitative description for a cohort of Utah parolees. Part II includes a qualitative analysis of offenders’ experiences . . .
Project ADVANCE (Addressing Domestic Violence to Avert New Criminal Efforts) seeks to address the rate of firearm-related domestic violence incidents by removing guns from domestic violence offenders through a combination of training and outreach efforts.