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Article Review 1: Managing Drug Involved Probationers with swift and Certain Sanctions: Evaluation Hawaii’s Hope Review written by: Ibeth E. Arispe Rocha September 20, 2017
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In the article titled, “Managing Drug Involved Probationers with Swift and Certain Sanction: Evaluation Hawaii’s HOPE,” researchers Angela Hawken, and Mark Kleiman compare and contrast Hawaii’s regular probation and parole program with an experimental program known as Hawaii’s Opportunity Probation with Enforcement. Throughout the article the researchers go into detail with the flaws that exists with the regular probation and parole program and note the difference and strengths the experimental HOPE program has. The effectiveness of both programs were measured through surveys and attendance records kept by the probation officers. In order to fully evaluate both programs the researchers came up with six objectives and hypothesis that needed to examined and recorded. Overall it was concluded that the HOPE program was far more effective in helping probationers abstain from drugs. Data obtain from prober noted that before the program even started 53% of the probationers selected to participate in the program tested positive for drugs. Furthermore, those
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