Edward Latessa

Edward Latessa

Professor Emeritus and Director of UCCI

Professional Summary

Edward J. Latessa received his PhD from Ohio State University and is  Professor Emeritus and Director of UCCI of the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati.  Dr. Latessa has published over 170 works in the area of criminal justice, corrections, and juvenile justice.  He is co-author of eight books including What Works (and Doesn’t) in Reducing Recidivism, Corrections in the Community, and Corrections in America.  Professor Latessa has directed over 195 funded research projects including studies of day reporting centers, juvenile justice programs, drug courts, prison programs, intensive supervision programs, halfway houses, and drug programs. He and his staff have also assessed over 1,000 correctional programs throughout the United States, and he has provided assistance and workshops in forty-eight states.  Dr. Latessa served as President of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1989-90).  He has also received several awards including;  Life Time Achievement Award from Rites of Passage (2018), William T. Rossiter Award from the Forensic Mental Health Association of California (2017), Marguerite Q. Warren and Ted B. Palmer Differential Intervention Award presented by the Division of Corrections and Sentencing of the American Society of Criminology (2010), Outstanding Community Partner Award from the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (2010), Maud Booth Correctional Services Award in recognition of dedicated service and leadership presented by the Volunteers of America (2010), Community Hero Award presented by Community Resources for Justice, (2010), the Bruce Smith Award for outstanding contributions to criminal justice by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (2010), the George Beto Scholar, College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, (2009), the Mark Hatfield Award for Contributions in public policy research by The Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University (2008), the Outstanding Achievement Award by the National Juvenile Justice Court Services Association (2007), the August Vollmer Award from the American Society of Criminology (2004), the Simon Dinitz Criminal Justice Research Award from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (2002), the Margaret Mead Award for dedicated service to the causes of social justice and humanitarian advancement by the International Community Corrections Association (2001), the Peter P. Lejins Award for Research from the American Correctional Association (1999); ACJS Fellow Award (1998); ACJS Founders Award (1992); and the Simon Dinitz award by the Ohio Community Corrections Organization.  In 2013 he was identified as one of the most innovative people in criminal justice by a national survey conducted by the Center for Court Innovation in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the U.S. Department of Justice.

Education

Ph.D., The Ohio State University Columbus, OH, 1979 (Public Administration, Dissertation: Intensive Probation: An Evaluation of the Incarceration Diversion Unit)

M.A., The Ohio State University Columbus, OH, 1977 (Public Administration)

B.S., The Ohio State University Columbus, OH, 1976 (Humanities Education)

Positions and Work Experience

1989 -To Present Professor, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1980 -1984 Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1984 -1989 Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1979 -1980 Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL

1985 -To Present Department then Division Head, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1982 -1985 Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1981 -1982 Graduate Director, Criminal Justice Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1978 -1979 Assistant Director, Program for the Study of Crime & Delinquency, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

2006 -To Present Member of the Public Safety Performance , Pew Charitable Trusts,

2005 -To Present Academic Advisory Board, American Association of Community Justice Professionals,

2005 -To Present Commissioner, National Commission on Correctional Certification, American Correctional Association,

Research Support

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Consulting, Training, Development and Evaluation Services Role:PI $607,126

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of Ohio's Reentry Services Role:PI $150,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by the Resource Company Training on EBP Phase II Role:PI $125,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by Morris Associates Evaluation and Training for San Francisco Juvenile Probation Department Role:PI $69,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by the Franklin County (Ohio) Juvenile Court Evaluation of Intermediate Sanctions Role:PI $25,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2008 Funded by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Development of Training Curriculum Role:PI $12,000

2007 Funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Evaluation of the MSAT Program Role:Co-Principle Investigator $109,000

2007 Funded by Talbert House Evaluation of the SAMI Program Role:PI $50,000 Type:Grant

2007 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Consulting and Evaluation Services Role:PI $320,465 Type:Grant

2007 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Development of Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Centers Role:PI $100,000 Type:Grant

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2007 Ohio Department of Youth Services ODYS training assessment and classification FY2008 Role:PI $420,465 Type:Contract

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2007 Lighthouse Youth Service, Inc Lighthouse youth services GA FY2008 Role:PI $18,000 Type:Grant

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2007 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Process and Outcome Evaluation of juvenile drug courts program Role:PI $1,144,833 Type:Grant

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2007 Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Cuyahoga County family court evaluation 2008 Role:PI $73,080 Type:Contract

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Ohio Department of Youth Services Reentry Evaluation, Development of Assessment and Classification, and Training Role:PI $352,600

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Office of Criminal Justice Services and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Development of an Ohio Risk Assessment Tool Role:Co-PI $300,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of Ohio’s Halfway Houses and Community Based Correctional Facilities Role:Co-PI $245,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Cuyahoga County Juvenile Drug Court Enhancement Plan Role:Co-PI $72,210

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Family Drug Court Treatment Program Evaluation. Role:Co-PI $219,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2006 Montgomery County, Virginia. Assessment of Juvenile Justice Systems to Maximize Effectiveness of Resources $48,000

2006 Funded by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of Adult Reentry Role:PI $150,000 Type:Grant

2006 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Reentry Evaluation, Development of Assessment and Classification Process, and Training Role:PI $409,345 Type:Grant

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Community Corrections Centers, Parolees, and Recidivism: An Investigation into the Characteristics of Effective Reentry Programs in Pennsylvania Role:Co-PI $230,449

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Indiana Judicial Center Evaluation of Indiana’s Alcohol and Drug Programs. Role:PI $79,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Volunteers of America Northern New England Training and Consultation on the Juvenile Detention Alternative Program for Maine Role:PI $31,900

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Montgomery County, OH. Evaluation of Montgomery County’s Juvenile Drug Court Program Role:PI $35,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Statewide Evaluation of Ohio’s Children and Family Reentry Initiative Role:PI $125,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Elkhart County Evaluation of Elkhart County Community Corrections Programs Role:PI $44,662

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Idaho Supreme Court Evaluation of Idaho’s Drug Courts. Role:PI $115,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2005 Ohio Department of Youth Services RECLAIM Conference and Training Role:PI $341,554

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Ohio Department of Youth Services Implementation and Monitoring of the Youth Care System at Marion Juvenile Correctional Facility Role:PI $198,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Evaluation of the Bartholomew County (Indiana) Corrections System Role:PI $38,503

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Training, Workshops, and Program Assessments for the Ohio Department of Youth Services Role:PI $384,050

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation of Ohio’s RECLAIM programs. Role:PI $100,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Office of Criminal Justice Services Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ohio’s Drug Courts. Role:PI $105,470

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2004 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Evaluating Ohio’s Drug Courts Role:PI $130,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2003 Maine Commission to Improve the Sentencing, Supervision, Management, and Incarceration of Prisoners Research on Best Practices Role:PI $55,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2003 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of Ohio’s Community Correctional Programs Role:PI $100,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2003 Evaluation of the Ingham County (Michigan) Juvenile Corrections System Role:PI $55,799

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2003 U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons Summer Training Institute on Substance Abuse and Criminal Conduct for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons Role:PI $40,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2002 Evaluation of the Montgomery County (Dayton) STOP program Role:PI $35,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2002 Grant County, Indiana Community Corrections Planning Grant Role:PI $35,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2002 Vanderburgh County, Indiana Community Corrections Planning Grant Role:PI $35,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2002 U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons Summer Training Institute on Substance Abuse and Criminal Conduct for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons Role:PI $65,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2001 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Halfway House and Community-Based Correctional Facility Research Study Role:PI $100,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2001 Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections Office of Youth Development through G&G Consultants, Inc Evaluation of Youth Care System Role:PI $42,500

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2001 Idaho Supreme Court Evaluation of Idaho’s Drug Courts Role:PI $40,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2001 Funded by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Training on the Level of Service Inventory-Revised Role:PI $99,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2000 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Program Evaluation Enhancement Project: CPAI Evaluation of Ohio Programs Role:PI $109,039

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2000 Funded by the Idaho Department of Corrections Training on the Level of Service Inventory-Revised Role:PI $30,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2000 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Evaluation of Cognitive Treatment Role:PI $197,937

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2000 Funded by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Assessment of Correctional Programs in Oklahoma Role:PI $45,379

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 2000 Funded by the National Institute of Justice Ohio’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program Outcome Evaluation (in collaboration with the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services) Role:PI $99,861

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1999 Training, Workshops, and Program Assessments for the Ohio Department of Youth Services Role:PI $144,575

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1999 Funded by the Ohio Supreme Court Drug Courts: Research, Development, and Data Collection Role:PI $62,660

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1999 Classification and Evaluation Services for the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Role:PI $62,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1999 Classification Training and Evaluation Services for Alvis House Inc Role:PI $18,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the National Institute of Justice Case Classification for Juvenile Corrections: An Evaluation of the Youthful Level of Service Inventory Role:Co-PI $187,437

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the National Institute of Corrections Evaluation of Drug Free State Demonstration Projects in the United States. Role:PI $299,698

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by Hamilton County Classification/Assessment Training and Support for the Hamilton County Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Project Role:PI $34,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by Cuyahoga County Evaluation of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Drug Court Program Role:PI $14,498

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the National Institute of Justice Case Classification in Community Corrections: A National Survey of the State of the Art Role:PI $59,559

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation of Ohio’s Community Correctional Facilities for Youthful Offenders Role:PI $60,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Evaluation of Juvenile Programs in Ohio Using the Correctional Program Assessment Inventory Role:PI $39,106

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Training on the Youthful Level of Service Inventory to Court Staff Role:PI $34,761

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1998 Funded by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office Evaluation of a School-based Intervention Program (Project Oasis) Role:PI $29,964

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Funded by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Development and Maintenance of Ohio Community Corrections Management Information System Role:PI $173,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Funded by the National Institute of Justice Process Evaluation of Ohio’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program (in collaboration with the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services) Role:PI $59,900

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Funded by Talbert House, Inc Follow-up Study of the Turning Point Program for Habitual Drunk Drivers Role:PI $4,280

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Funded by the Ohio Supreme Court Evaluation of Ohio's Drug Court Role:PI $113,646

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Evaluation of a Multiple DUI Intervention Program for the Clermont County TASC Program Role:PI $16,556

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1997 Funded by the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Evaluation of First Time Juvenile Detainees Role:PI $4,750

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1996 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation of RECLAIM Ohio Role:PI $124,841

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1996 -1998 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Violence Prevention and Literacy Role:PI total funding 1996-98: $97,899

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1996 Funded by the Butler County ADAS Board Evaluation of the Butler County Drug Court. Role:PI $7,477

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1996 Funded by CareUnit Inc. Evaluation Services. Role:Pi $14,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1996 Development of Comprehensive Community Corrections Plans for the following counties in Ohio: Adams, Clark, Clermont, Crawford, Hamilton, Hardin, Huron, Licking, Lorain, Lucas, Marion, Mercer, Miami, Pickaway and Wyandot Role:Co-PI $268,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Joint Project with the American Probation and Parole Association, Funded by the National Institute of Justice Test, Modify, and Retest: An Agenda for Evaluating ISPs Role:PI $249,925 total; UC share $99,925

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 -2000 Funded by Talbert House and Beech Acres Evaluation the Day Treatment and Wrap-Around Services for Severely Behaviorally Handicapped Children Role:Co-PI total funding 1995-2000: $125,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of the Impact of Ohio's Community Corrections Programs Role:Co-PI $59,699

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of the Impact of Ohio's Community Based Correctional Facilities Role:Co-PI $49,361

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 -2002 Funded by Talbert House Inc. Evaluation Services Role:Pi total funding 1995-2000: $280,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by Talbert House and the Hamilton County ADAS Board Evaluation of the Department of Human Services Children's Services Substance Abuse Collaborative Role:PI $18,974

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation of RECLAIM Ohio Pilot Projects Role:PI $54,831

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Aftercare & Mentoring Services for the Community Corrections Partnership Program Role:PI total funding 1995-97: $93,356

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1995 Funded by Talbert House Inc. Evaluation of ADEPT Drug Treatment Program and the Hamilton County Drug Court Role:PI $20,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1994 -1998 Funded by New Life Youth Services Evaluation of the Paint Creek Youth Center Role:PI total funding 1994-1998: $52,495

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1994 Funded by the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services Evaluation of Ohio’s Pilot Day Reporting Centers Role:PI $108,204

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1994 Funded by Talbert House Inc. Evaluation of Extended Treatment Program Role:PI $5,819

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1994 Funded by Clermont County and the Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation of the RECLAIM Ohio Pilot Project for Clermont County Juvenile Court Role:PI $24,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1993 Funded by the NCAA The Extent and Sources of NCAA Rule Infractions Role:Co-PI $23,371

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1993 Funded by Talbert House Inc. Evaluation of the Community Residential Treatment Programs of Talbert House Role:Co-PI $3,983

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1993 Funded by Youth Opportunities United Evaluation of Youth at Risk Role:Co-PI $8,528

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1993 Funded by New Youth Service Inc. Evaluation of New Life Youth Services Inc. Role:PI $5,892

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1992 Funded by the University Program Advisory Committee Research/Pilot Project for Shared Living Housing of Homeless Ex-Convicts in Cincinnati Role:PI $15,000

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1991 Evaluation of the Community Corrections Partnership Program for Diverted Minority Youth. Role:PI $125,792

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1986 Funded by the National Institute of Corrections Study of the Impact of Technology on Prisons Role:PI $199,955

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1983 Funded by the City of Cincinnati Evaluation of the College Hill Crime Prevention Project Role:PI $2,500

Investigators:Latessa, E.J. 1983 Funded by the State of Ohio, Department of Economic and Community Development An Evaluation of Ohio's Serious Juvenile Initiative Role:Co-PI $148,970

1979 Funded by the National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, LEAA Parole in the United States: An Assessment, Study conducted at San Jose State University Role:Acting Project Director $149,137 Type:Grant

1979 Office of Criminal Justice Education and Training, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration Program for the Study of Crime and Delinquency, The Ohio State University Role:Graduate Fellow $9,157 Type:Fellowship

1978 The Ohio State University Citizens' Crime Reporting Project. Program for the Study of Crime and Delinquency Role:Project Director $3,500 Type:Grant

1977 -1979 Faculty for Exceptional Children, The Ohio State University Project DTIMS (Directive Training Instructional Management Systems). Title: Computer Applications Supervisor. Duties included supervising all computer product development and application activities.

1976 -1078 Program for the Study of Crime and Delinquency, The Ohio State University Critical Issues in Adult Probation: An Assessment, Man-to-Man Associates: An Evaluation, Ohio Criminal Justice Manpower Survey: A Statistical Compendium of Crime Rates, Demographic Characteristics and Projected Demand for Law Enforcement Role:Graduate Research Associate

1974 -1975 Faculty for Exceptional Children, The Ohio State University Role:Research Assistant

Grant: #2005-JG-EOR-6269 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher 08-01-2006 -06-30-2010 Department of Justice A System Wide Risk/Need Assessment and Classification Process Role:PI $250,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2004/2005-DS/JG-19/06-16505 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher 08-01-2006 -12-31-2009 Department of Justice Community Corrections Centers, Parolees, and Recidivism: An Investigation into the Characteristics of Effective Reentry Programs in Pennsylvania Role:PI $330,401.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #415-018 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher 08-01-2006 -08-31-2010 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Evaluation of Ohio's Community Based Correctional Facilities and Half-Way House Programs Role:PI $245,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #7AS290 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2006 -06-30-2007 Department of Justice ODYS Training, Assessment and Classification Role:PI $409,345.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 000253 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 10-01-2006 -09-30-2008 Talbert House Mental Illness and Substance Abuse: An Evaluation of a SAMI Case Management Program Role:PI $50,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP 05-175 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-25-2004 -06-30-2005 Administration for Children and Families Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle Role:PI $50,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #6AS150 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2005 -06-30-2006 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Support for Training and Program Assessments Role:PI $276,254.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP05185 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John 07-01-2005 -06-30-2012 Talbert House Evaluation Services Graduate Assistant Role:Collaborator $83,500.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP 06111 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2005 -12-30-2006 Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Examining Idaho's Drug Courts: Outcomes and Issues Role:PI $115,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 06106 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2005 -06-30-2006 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle Role:PI $125,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #06-31 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-2006 -12-31-2006 Office of Justice Programs Assessment of Juvenile Justice Systems to Maximize Effectiveness of Resources Role:PI $48,823.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 000515 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2005 -06-30-2007 Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Cuyahoga County Family Court Process and Outcome Evaluation Role:PI $145,160.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2003-DG-F0R-7151/3 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2004 -12-31-2005 Department of Justice Cost Benefit Analysis of Drug Courts Role:PI $105,470.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #B1016 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2003 -06-30-2005 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Department of Youth Services Training and Program Evaluation 2003-2005 Role:PI $423,414.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Contract 415-005-1 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-15-2003 -01-01-2005 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Ohio's Community Corrections Act Program Role:PI $118,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #500369 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2004 -08-31-2006 Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Evaluate the Enhanced Services of the Montgomery County Juvenile Court Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #DJBCOB44D30003 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-2004 -07-31-2004 Bureau of Prisons Federal Bureau of Prisons Training Institute Role:PI $16,124.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-2004 -06-30-2005 Bartholomew County, Indiana Evaluate the Bartholomew County Community Corrections System Role:PI $38,503.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #OSP 06115 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2005 -09-30-2006 Indiana Judicial Center A Statewide, Multi-Site Outcome Evaluation of Indiana's Drug Court Programs Role:PI $79,001.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #OSP 05162 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-01-2005 -05-31-2006 Elkhart County Community Corrections Evaluate Elkhart County Community Corrections System Role:PI $44,662.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #2003-JC-C00-6019 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 03-01-2005 -09-30-2005 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Reclaim Ohio Conference 2005 Role:PI $104,154.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 05168 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-2002 -05-31-2005 Talbert House Graduate Assistant Project Role:PI $45,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP 05169 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 03-28-2005 -11-30-2005 Talbert House Graduate Assistant Project Role:PI $9,720.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #403-099 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher 07-01-2006 -06-30-2007 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle Role:PI $150,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 01172-NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-15-2001 -02-15-2002 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Cuyahoga County Juvenile Drug Court Evaluation Role:PI $10,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 02171/1 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-01-2001 -09-30-2003 Office of Justice Programs Evaluation of Drug Courts in Idaho Role:PI $40,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Contract No. 0A02017 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-29-2002 -07-31-2002 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Halfway House and Community Based Correctional Facility Research Study Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #B-226-4 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 12-04-2001 -06-30-2003 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Training and Program Assessments Role:PI $29,837.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OPS02143-3 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2002 -06-30-2003 Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections The Youth Care System Evaluation Role:PI $42,500.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-15-2002 -06-30-2003 Bureau of Prisons Federal Bureau of Prisons Training Institute Role:PI $70,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #010202 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2002 -06-30-2002 Talbert House DataBase Assistance Role:PI $5,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP03101 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2002 -12-31-2002 Grant County Grant County, Indiana Community Corrections Program Role:PI $34,998.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #IF-11 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2002 -06-30-2005 Ohio Board of Regents Corrections Institute Role:PI $175,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-30-2002 -03-31-2003 Vanderburgh County Community Corrections Vanderburgh County Community Corrections System Evaluation Role:PI $35,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #Resolution 02-1763 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 02-14-2003 -08-31-2004 Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Secure Transitional Offender Program Role:PI $35,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #C0B34E10032 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 03-26-2003 -06-30-2003 Bureau of Prisons Federal Bureau of Prisons Training Institute 2003 Role:PI $40,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP03139 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-01-2003 -09-30-2003 Ingham County Ingham County Juvenile Corrections System Study Role:PI $55,799.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #1999-DG-PEI-7388-4 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2000 -12-31-2001 Bureau of Justice Assistance Evaluation Protocol Development Role:PI $109,039.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 00116 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-06-1999 -09-30-1999 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $16,500.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP #00159 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-1999 -08-31-2001 Office of Justice Programs Evaluation of the 7th District of Indiana Juvenile Drug Court Program Role:PI $12,500.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 00162 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 02-01-2000 -02-29-2000 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $2,875.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP-00164-NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-01-2000 -06-30-2002 National Institute of Justice Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program in Ohio Role:PI $99,861.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 00166 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-2000 -04-30-2000 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $2,875.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #TO65551 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-2000 -09-30-2000 Oklahoma Department of Corrections Oklahoma Correctional Program Assessment Inventory Project Role:PI $45,400.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #2000-DG-COR-0068 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2001 -12-31-2001 Office of Justice Programs Evaluation of Cognitive Treatment Programs Role:PI $66,978.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP00182 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-2000 -06-30-2000 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $2,875.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP00183 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-2000 -06-30-2000 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $2,875.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 00186 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-01-2000 -05-31-2000 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training Role:PI $2,875.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OCS 97-09-year 2 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-01-1999 -05-31-2000 Office of Justice Programs Drug Courts: Research Development and Data Collection Role:PI $62,660.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 00189 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-2000 -12-31-2000 Office of Justice Programs Drug Courts: Resesarch Development and Data Collection Role:PI $108,189.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2000-DG-PEI-7375 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2001 -12-31-2001 Office of Justice Programs Effectiveness of Ohio's Drug Courts Role:PI $131,755.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2001-DG-COR-0068 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2002 -12-31-2002 Office of Justice Programs Evaluation of Cognitive Treatment Role:PI $63,978.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SP1161000337 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher 05-21-2007 -12-31-2008 Department of Education Evaluation of MIDAS Life Skills Program Role:PI $109,739.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BMC - FY98 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-1991 -08-31-1999 Hamilton County Juvenile Court Evaluation of Felony Offender Community Corrections Program Role:PI $150,802.00 Closed Level:Local Government

Grant: #OSP 05167 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-1995 -06-30-2005 Talbert House Talbert House Research Assistance Role:PI $122,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #TASC -97 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-1997 -07-01-1999 Clermont County Evaluation of A Multiple DUI Intervention Program Role:PI $16,556.00 Closed Level:Local Government

Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-1998 -12-31-1999 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Examination of the Effectiveness of the Paint Creek Youth Center Role:PI $27,111.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #99K45GII4 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-15-1998 -10-14-2002 National Institute of Corrections Effectiveness of Drug Interdiction Strategies Employed by State Drug Interdiction Projects Role:PI $299,698.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-1998 -06-30-2000 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Community Correction Information Systems Database Role:PI $56,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #756 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-01-1998 -08-31-2001 Hamilton County Pretrial Services Youthful Level of Service Inventory Training for the Hamilton County Department of Pretrial Services Role:PI $35,200.00 Closed Level:Local Government

Grant: #OSP99168 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-1999 -12-31-2001 Hamilton County Juvenile Court Provide Training, Research, and Technical Assistance to the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Role:PI $62,964.00 Closed Level:Local Government

Grant: #99-DG-G02-0068 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2000 -12-31-2000 Bureau of Justice Assistance Evaluation of Cognitive Treatment Programs Role:PI $66,978.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #S015-7 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 06-01-1999 -06-30-2001 Ohio Department of Youth Services Correctional Program Assessment Inventory and Program Assessments Role:PI $145,225.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #8AS760 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2007 -06-30-2009 Ohio Department of Youth Services ODYS Training Assessment and Classification FY2008 Role:PI $470,465.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005092 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-01-2007 -09-30-2008 Lighthouse Youth Services, Inc. Lighthouse Youth Services GA FY 2008 Role:PI $18,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #2007-DC-BX-0016 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher; Smith, Paula 07-01-2007 -12-31-2012 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts Program Role:PI $1,144,833.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005257 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher; Smith, Paula 09-30-2007 -09-29-2008 National Institute of Mental Health Cuyahoga County Family Court Evaluation 2008 Role:PI $73,080.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 5512 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2008 -06-30-2008 Department of Justice Assessing Juvenile Justice Programs in Rural Virginia Role:PI $42,032.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DRC01-000043443 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher; Smith, Paula 07-01-2007 -06-30-2010 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle Role:PI $150,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DYS FY09 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lowenkamp, Christopher; Smith, Paula 07-01-2008 -06-30-2010 Ohio Department of Youth Services DYS FY 2009 Training and Research Contract Role:PI $436,863.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005752 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2008 -12-31-2010 Administration for Children and Families Lucas County Juvenile Drug Court and Family Court Evaluation Role:PI $45,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005757 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 05-29-2008 -06-30-2013 Indiana Judicial Center Indiana Adult And Juvenile Risk Assessment Tool Role:PI $447,000.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #SRS 005908 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John 06-23-2008 -06-30-2009 Ohio Department of Youth Services Evaluation Of The Franklin County Sanctions Grid Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005919 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-01-2008 -09-30-2009 Lighthouse Youth Services, Inc. Lighthouse GA FY 2009 Role:PI $18,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SRS 005989 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2008 -06-30-2010 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Children of Incarcerated Parents: Breaking the Cycle, FY09 Role:PI $150,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 006023 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 12-15-2008 -11-30-2011 Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Graduate Assistant for Expansion and Enhancement of Services for Hamilton County Drug Court Role:PI $44,375.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 006121 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 03-01-2009 -06-30-2010 Department of Justice Technical Assistance to Lucas County CCF Role:PI $60,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #5H79T1017560-04 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 09-30-2008 -09-29-2009 Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Cuyahoga County Family Drug Court 2009 Role:PI $37,378.63 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2006-JJ-DMC-0210 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-01-2009 -09-30-2010 Department of Justice Community Control as an Alternative to Secure Detention Role:PI $80,010.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2006 (2007) - JB-016-B063 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-01-2009 -09-30-2010 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Train the Trainer for Cognitive Behavioral Units Role:PI $80,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #0AS1700 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 07-01-2009 -06-30-2011 Ohio Department of Youth Services Division of Youth Services 2010 Service Contract Role:PI $539,100.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #415-10-0191 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 09-01-2009 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction ODRC ORAS Training and Validation Contract Role:PI $1,812,494.10 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006531 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-01-2009 -04-30-2010 Lighthouse Youth Services, Inc. Lighthouse Youth Services GA FY 2010 Role:PI $19,500.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SRS 006650 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 12-01-2009 -06-30-2010 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Program Evaluation Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Role:PI $45,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #TAATC - Schuchmann Investigators:Latessa, Edward 03-29-2010 -06-18-2012 Department of Labor Workforce Assistance Program Role:PI $36,470.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2009-JG-E0R-6699 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 01-01-2010 -06-30-2012 Department of Justice Proposal to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Effective Practices for Community Supervision (EPICS) Model in Ohio Role:PI $105,421.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 006855 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 04-01-2010 -10-22-2011 Ohio Department of Youth Services Technical Assistance to Erie County Community Correctional Facility Role:PI $60,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #415-10-0277 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2010 -12-31-2011 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Family Reentry Evaluation Role:PI $115,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #C2632 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 08-01-2010 -06-30-2012 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin Department of Correction Technical Assistance Role:PI $339,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #CBT Training Investigators:Latessa, Edward 03-01-2010 -12-31-2013 Ohio Department of Youth Services Technical Assistance to Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Day Reporting Center Role:PI $221,600.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #2009-RA-R01-2369 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 08-01-2010 -03-31-2013 Department of Justice New Ways to Address Old Problems: Evaluating Ohio's ARRA JAG Reentry Initiatives Role:PI $300,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #1 AS2040 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John; Smith, Paula 08-31-2010 -06-30-2012 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY2011 ODYS Contract for Services Role:PI $496,350.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #PO 20110211086 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 10-01-2010 -06-30-2011 Department of Justice Richmond VA Training and Evidence Based Practices Role:PI $33,750.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 007321 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2011 -12-31-2011 Ohio Department of Youth Services Paint Creek Community Based Treatment Center Model Role:PI $56,600.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #2009-JJ-SI1-0063 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2011 -09-30-2013 Department of Justice RECLAIM Study 2011-2013 Role:PI $199,408.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #5600001860 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 02-01-2011 -01-31-2013 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Implementing the Integrated Behavioral Treatment Model for California Department of Juvenile Justice Role:PI $125,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #2011-74 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 05-12-2011 -07-31-2011 Arizona Supreme Court Arizona Risk Assessment Ohio Youth Assessment System (OYAS) Adoption Role:PI $137,874.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #2AS2520 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John; Smith, Paula 07-01-2011 -06-30-2012 Ohio Department of Youth Services ODYS FY 2012 Service Contract Role:PI $559,350.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #C3062 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 07-01-2011 -01-28-2013 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin Department of Corrections Technical Assistance and Training Year 2 Role:PI $325,000.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #PD 20120203581 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2011 -06-30-2012 Department of Justice Richmond VA Training and Evidence Based Practices Year 3 Role:PI $45,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 007818 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2012 -09-30-2013 Department of Justice Humboldt County CA Evidence Based Practices Role:PI $79,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 007875 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2012 -02-29-2012 Department of Justice Arizona Youth Assessment System (AZYAS) Enhancements Role:PI $9,200.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #JJ-DMC-5550 Investigators:Engel, Robin; Latessa, Edward; Sullivan, Christopher; Wooldredge, John 05-01-2012 -09-30-2013 Department of Justice State of Ohio Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Assessment Role:Collaborator $700,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2010-JG-A0V-V6951 Investigators:Corsaro, Nicholas; Engel, Robin; Latessa, Edward 04-01-2012 -12-31-2013 Office of Justice Programs Ohio Crime Science Consortium Role:Collaborator $50,016.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #3AS2930 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John; Smith, Paula 07-11-2012 -06-30-2013 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2013 ODYS Training and Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $534,150.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS008279 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-01-2012 -09-30-2014 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction OCSS Database System Role:PI $1,060,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #JPMS-13-0001 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-01-2012 -06-30-2013 Department of Justice Virginia Beach System Evaluation Role:PI $52,134.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #C3628 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-28-2013 -06-30-2013 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin Training and Technical Assistance Year 3 Role:PI $150,000.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #2011-CZ-BX-0025 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 11-01-2011 -03-31-2013 Department of Justice Evaluation of Opportunities Industrialization Center Services Role:PI $25,066.50 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #5600003707 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 02-01-2013 -07-31-2014 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation FY 2013 -14 California Division of Juvenile Justice Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $196,500.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #4AS3050 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John 07-01-2013 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2014 ODYS Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $463,250.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #2013-JU-FX-0004 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 09-01-2013 -08-31-2015 Department of Justice Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Offender Mentoring Programs on Recidivism Role:PI $496,165.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #PC 000021380 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 12-18-2013 -06-30-2014 Department of Justice Evaluation of Norfolk Virginia's Juvenile Offender and Case mangemet and service delivery system. Role:PI $52,174.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #14-PA161-2116 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-17-2013 -09-30-2014 Bureau of Justice Assistance Development of Cogntive Behavioral Intervention Curriculum Role:PI $87,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ADC No. 14-079-14 Risk Assessment Validation Study Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2014 -06-30-2014 Arizona Department of Corrections Evaluation of the Frost Role:PI $38,000.00 Awarded Level:Other

Grant: #4AS3050?? Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2014 -06-30-2015 Ohio Department of Youth Services ODYS Technical Assistance Contract FY 2015 Role:PI $464,336.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005757 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 05-29-2008 -06-30-2013 Indiana Judicial Center Indiana Adult And Juvenile Risk Assessment Tool Role:PI $447,000.00 Closed Level:Other State

Grant: #415-10-0191 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 09-01-2009 -06-30-2015 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction ODRC ORAS Training and Validation Contract Role:PI $1,862,494.10 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #C2632 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 08-01-2010 -06-30-2012 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin Department of Correction Technical Assistance Role:PI $339,000.00 Closed Level:Other State

Grant: #5600001860 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 02-01-2011 -01-31-2013 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Implementing the Integrated Behavioral Treatment Model for California Department of Juvenile Justice Role:PI $125,000.00 Closed Level:Other State

Grant: #C3062 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 07-01-2011 -01-28-2013 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin Department of Corrections Technical Assistance and Training Year 2 Role:PI $325,000.00 Closed Level:Other State

Grant: #3AS2930 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schwartz, John; Smith, Paula 07-11-2012 -06-30-2013 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2013 ODYS Training and Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $534,150.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #2013-JU-FX-0004 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Paula 09-01-2013 -08-31-2016 Department of Justice Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Offender Mentoring Programs on Recidivism Role:PI $496,165.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2013-G-E0R-6953 Investigators:Corsaro, Nicholas; Engel, Robin; Latessa, Edward 07-01-2014 -09-30-2015 Bureau of Justice Assistance Ohio Crime Consortium Year 3 BJA Award number 2013-DB-BX-0044 Role:PI $361,748.60 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2014-MU-FX-0006 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Sullivan, Christopher 01-01-2015 -12-31-2017 Department of Justice Implementation of Risk Assessment and Youth Outcomes; A Multi-Method Study Spanning the Juvenile Justice System Role:PI $910,045.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #5600004861 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-01-2014 -06-30-2015 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation FY 2015 Integrated Behavioral Treatment Model Role:PI $70,000.00 Active Level:Other State

Grant: #Family Epics Investigators:Latessa, Edward 01-01-2015 -12-31-2016 Bureau of Justice Assistance Second Chance Act Two Phase Adult Reentry Demonstration Program: Planning and Implementation Role:PI $631,842.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Wisconsin DOC/Contract #5085 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2015 -06-30-2016 Wisconsin Department of Corrections FY 2016 Wisconsin Technical Assistance Role:PI $312,000.00 Active Level:Other State

Grant: #2015-JF-FX-0064 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Sullivan, Christopher 10-01-2015 -09-30-2017 Department of Justice OJJDP FY 2015 Research on JJ Reform: A Micro and Macro-Level Assessment of Juvenile Justice Placement Reform in Ohio Role:Collaborator $247,090.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #FY16 Tech Assist Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2015 -06-30-2016 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2016 DYS Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $506,148.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #435-16-2210 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 02-01-2016 -06-30-2016 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction ODRC Feasibility Study of Developing a Substance Abuse Recovery Prison Role:PI $35,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #160653 Investigators:Engel, Robin; Latessa, Edward 04-12-2016 -01-31-2019 Laura and John Arnold Foundation Center for Police Research and Policy: Moving Evidence-Based Policing from the Campus to the Community Role:Collaborator $465,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #7AS3800 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2016 -06-30-2017 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2017 DYS Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $568,392.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #USCA16C1025 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-14-2016 -09-13-2018 Administrative Office of the United States Courts Curriculum Development Role:PI $5,264,730.90 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2016-ZB-BX-K004 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schweitzer Smith, Myrinda 10-01-2016 -09-30-2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Justice Reinvestment Initiative: Maximizing State Reforms Role:PI $200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2016-RY-BX-K045 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schweitzer Smith, Myrinda 10-01-2016 -09-30-2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance The implementation and Evaluation of the Effective Practices in Community Support Model for Influencers Role:PI $498,713.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2013-JG-B01-V6077 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Schweitzer Smith, Myrinda 10-01-2016 -09-30-2017 Bureau of Justice Assistance Heroin Reserach Project in Ross County Ohio Role:PI $70,079.87 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #410036-V17-RLH6153-ING-01 / BJA Investigators:Latessa, Edward 12-01-2016 -09-30-2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Wisconsin BJA Smart Grant 2016 Role:PI $211,221.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ODYS 8AS3960 2017-2018 contract Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 Ohio Department of Youth Services FY 2018 DYS Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $390,092.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #9AS4430 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 07-01-2018 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Youth Services DYS FY 2019 Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $347,760.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #Cordata/Third Frontier Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-01-2018 -07-31-2020 Ohio Development Services Agency Ohio Opioid Abuse, Prevention and Treatment Technology Initiative Role:PI $500,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #Master Agreement_ESM-7304 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 08-31-2017 -07-31-2020 Cordata Healthcare Innovations, LLC Master MOA with Cordata Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ORAS Investigators:Latessa, Edward 02-01-2019 -06-30-2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Illinois Region 1 Planning Council What Works and ORAS Training Role:PI $16,500.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2016-JG-E01-V6077 Investigators:Corsaro, Nicholas; Latessa, Edward 01-01-2019 -12-31-2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Ohio Crime Consortium 2019 Role:Collaborator $99,999.96 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #OSU (NIH NIDA) Investigators:Brown, Jennifer; Latessa, Edward; Lyons, Michael; McMullan, Jason; Winhusen, Theresa 04-17-2019 -03-31-2023 National Institute on Drug Abuse Optimizing HEALing in Ohio Communities (OHIO) Role:Collaborator $2,958,861.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #403-19-2684 / BJA 2018-SM-BX-0005 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Lux, Jennifer 09-13-2018 -06-30-2020 Bureau of Justice Assistance Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities Proposal Outline for ORAS 2.0 Role:PI $136,978.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #0AS4870 Investigators:Latessa, Edward 09-30-2019 -06-30-2020 Ohio Department of Youth Services DYS FY 2020 Technical Assistance Contract Role:PI $356,400.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #160653 Investigators:Engel, Robin; Latessa, Edward 04-12-2016 -06-30-2020 Laura and John Arnold Foundation Center for Police Research and Policy: Moving Evidence-Based Policing from the Campus to the Community Role:Collaborator $1,609,872.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #410039-I21-RJB8039-NPT-01 Investigators:Latessa, Edward; Smith, Myrinda 09-01-2020 -06-30-2021 Wisconsin Department of Corrections Wisconsin FY 2021 Technical Assistance Role:Collaborator $285,000.00 Active Level:Other State

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Lowenkamp, C., Hubband, D., Makarios, M., & Latessa, E. (2009. ) A quasi-experimental evaluation of thinking for a change a real world application .Criminal Justice and Behavior, , 36 (2 ) ,137-146

Cullen, F., Latessa, E., & Myer, A. (2009. ) Eight lessons learned from moneyball: The high cost of ignoring evidence-based corrections .Victim and Offenders Journal of Evidence-Based Policies and Practices, , 4 ,197-213

Cullen, F., Smith, P., Lowenkamp, C., & Latessa, E. (2009. ) Nothing works revisited: Deconstructing Farabee’s rethinking rehabilitation .Victim and Offenders Journal of Evidence-Based Policies andPractices , , 4 (101-123 ) ,

Listwan, S., Jonson, C., Cullen, F., & Latessa, E. (2008. ) Cracks in the penal harm movement: evidence from the field .Criminology and Public Policy, , 7 (3 ) ,423-465

Lowenkamp, C., Lemke, R., & Latessa, E. (2008. ) The development and validation of a pretrial screening tool .Federal Probation, , 72 (3 ) ,1-9

Brusman Lovins, L., Lowenkamp, C.T., Latessa, E.J., & Smith P. (2007. ) Application of the risk principle to female offenders .Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 23 (4 ) ,383-398

Shaffer, D., Listwan, S., Latessa, E.J., & Lowenkamp, C.T. (2007. ) Examining the differential impact of drug court services by court type: Findings from Ohio .Drug Court Review, , 6 (1 ) ,

Bechtel, K., Lowenkamp, C., & Latessa, E.J. (2007. ) Assessing the risk of re-offending for juvenile offenders using the youthful level of service/case management inventory .Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, , 45 (3/4 ) ,85-108

Flores, T., Lowenkamp, C.T., Smith, P., & Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) Validating the Level of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R) on a sample of federal probationers .Federal Probation, , 70 (2 ) ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J.; Holsinger, A. (2006. ) The risk principle in action: What we have learned from 13,676 offenders and 97 correctional programs .Crime and Delinquency, , 52 (1 ) ,1 - 17

Holsinger, A.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) Exploring the validity of the Level of Service Inventory-Revised with Native American offenders .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 34 (3 ) ,331 - 337

Holsinger, A.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) Predicting institutional misconduct using the Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory .American Journal of Criminal Justice, , 30(2) ,267 -284

Lowenkamp, C,T.; Latessa, E.J.; Smith, P. (2006. ) Does correctional program quality really matter? The impact of adhering to the principles of effective intervention .Criminology & Public Policy, , 5 (3 ) ,575 - 594

Latessa, E.J. & Lowenkamp, C.T. (2006. ) What works in reducing recidivism .St. Thomas Law Journal, , 3 (3 ) ,521 - 535

Flores, A.W.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Holsinger, A.M.; Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) Predicting outcome with the Level of Service Inventory-Revised: The importance of implementation integrity .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 34 (5 ) ,523 -529

Listwan, S.J; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) How to prevent prisoner re-entry programs from failing: Insights from evidence-based corrections .Federal Probation, , 70 (3 ) ,19 - 25

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Pealer, J.; Smith, P.; Latessa, E.J. (2006. ) Adhering to the risk and need principles: Does it matter for supervision-based programs? .Federal Probation, , 70 (3 ) ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2005. ) Increasing the effectiveness of correctional programming through the risk principle: Identifying offenders for residential placement .Criminology and Public Policy, , 2 (4 ) ,263 - 290

Flores, A.W.; Russell, A.L.; Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (2005. ) Evidence of professionalism or quackery: Measuring practitioner awareness of risk/need factors and effective treatment strategies .Federal Probation, , 69 (2 ) ,9 - 14

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Holsinger, A.; Latessa, E.J. (2005. ) Are drug courts effective?: A meta-analytic review .Journal of Community Correction, , 15 (1 ) ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2005. ) Developing successful reentry programs: lessons learned from "What works" research .Corrections Today, , April ,

Latessa, E.J.; Glick, B.; Pealer, J. (2005. ) Revitalizing Louisiana's juvenile justice system .Juvenile Justice Update, , 11 (2 ) ,5 - 11

Latessa, E.J. & Lowenkamp, C.T. (2005. ) The role of offender risk assessment tools and how to select them .For the Record (fourth quarter), ,

Latessa, E.J. & Lowenkamp, C.T. (2005. ) What are criminogenic needs and why are they important .For the Record (fourth quarter), ,

Lowenkamp, C.T. & Latessa, E.J. (2005. ) Developing successful reentry programs: Lessons learned from the "What Works" research .Corrections Today, , April ,

Latessa, E.J., Glick, B., & Pealer, J. (2005. ) Revitalizing Louisiana's juvenile justice system: A final clarification .Juvenile Justice Update, , 11 (2 ) ,5 -11

Lowenkamp, C.T., Latessa, E.J., & Holsinger, A.M. (2004. ) Empirical evidence on the importance of training and experience in using the Level of Service Inventory-Revised .Topics in Community Corrections, ,

Lowenkamp, C.T. & Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Understanding the risk principle: How and why correctional interventions can harm low-risk offenders .Topics in Community Corrections, ,

Pealer, J. & Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Changing the management system in a youth facility: The effectiveness of the Youth Care System in a Louisiana Juvenile Institution .Juvenile Justice Update, , 10 (1 ) ,

Shaffer, D.K., Listwan, S.J., & Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) The effectiveness of Ohio's drug courts .Ohio Corrections Research Compendium, Vol II. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Columbus, OH., ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J.; Holsinger, A.M. (2004. ) Empirical evidence on importance of training and experience in using the Level of Service Inventory-Revised .Topics in Community Corrections, National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington D.C., ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Understanding the risk principle: how and why correctional interventions can harm low-risk offenders .Topics in Community Corrections, National Institute of Corrections, Department of Justice, Washington D.C., ,

Pealer, J.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Changing the management system in a youth facility: the effectiveness of youth care system in Louisiana juvenile institution .Juvenile Justice Update, , 10 (1 ) ,

Shaffer, D.K.; Shelley, J.L.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) The effectiveness of Ohio's drug courts .Ohio Corrections Research Compendium. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Columbus, OH, , 2 ,

Gendreau, P.; Latessa, E.J.; Cullen, F.T. (2004. ) A comment on Shearer's what doesn't work in the "What Works" approach .Texas Journal of Corrections, , 2 ,6 - 15

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Holsinger, A.; Brusman-Lovins, L.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Assessing the inter-rater agreement of the Level of Service Inventory Revised .Federal Probation, , 68 (3 ) ,34 - 38

Holsinger, A.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Validating the LSI-R on a sample of jail inmates .Journal of Offender Monitoring, , 17 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Best practices of classification & assessment .Journal of Community Corrections, , 12 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) The challenge of change: Correctional programs and evidenced-based practices .Criminology & Public Policy, , 3 (4 ) ,547 - 559

Pealer, J.A. & Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Applying the principles of effective intervention to juvenile correctional programs .Corrections Today, , 66 (7 ) ,26 - 29

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Residential community corrections and the risk principle: Lessons learned from Ohio .Ohio Corrections Research Compendium, Vol. II., Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Columbus, OH, ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Investigating the relationship between program integrity and correctional program effectiveness .Ohio Corrections Research Compendium, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Columbus, OH, , 2 ,

Latessa, E.J. (2004. ) Homelessness and reincarceration: Editorial introduction .Criminology and Public Policy, , 3 (2 ) ,

Listwan-Johnson, S.; Sundt, J.L.; Holsinger, A.; Latessa, E.J. (2003. ) The effect of drug court programming on recidivism: The Cincinnati experience .Crime and Delinquency, , 49 (3 ) ,389 -411

Holsinger, A.M.; Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2003. ) Ethnicity, gender, and the Level of Service Inventory - Revised .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 31 (4 ) ,309 -320

Listwan, S.; Shaffer, D.; Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) Drug courts and treatment: Fad or the real deal? .Offender Programs Report, , 6 (2 ) ,

Pealer, J.; Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) The effectiveness of a prison-based therapeutic community in reducing arrest and incarceration .Ohio Corrections Research Compendium, , 1 ,

Latessa, E.J.; Pealer, J. (2002. ) Examining program integrity: Measuring program quality over time - examples from 3 RSTAT programs .Offender Substance Abuse Report, , 2 (5 ) ,

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) Assessing female offenders: Prediction versus explanation .Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice, , 3 (4 ) ,

Listwan, S.; Shaffer, D.; Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) The drug court movement: Recommendations for improvements .Corrections Today, , 64 (5 ) ,52 -56

Latessa, E.J.; Cullen, F.T.; Gendreau, P. (2002. ) Correctional quackery: Professionalism and the possibility of effective treatment .Federal Probation, , 66 (2 ) ,43 -49

Lowenkamp, C.T.; Holsinger, A.M.; Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Risk/need assessment, offender classification, and the role of childhood abuse .Criminal Justice and Behavior, , 28 (5 ) ,543 -563

King, W.R.; Holmes, S.T.; Henderson, M.L.; Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) The community corrections partnership: Examining the long-term effects of youth participation in an Afrocentric diversion program .Crime and Delinquency, , 47 (4 ) ,558 -572

Fulton, B.; Hubbard, D.J.; Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Making the next step: Using evaluability assessment to improve correctional programming .The Prison Journal, , 81 (4 ) ,454 -472

Goldsmith, J. & Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Coerced treatment of addictions in the criminal justice system .Psychiatric Annals, , 31 (11 ) ,

Holsinger, A.M.; Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Practitioner's guide to understanding the basis of assessing offender risk .Federal Probation, , 65 (1 ) ,46

Holsinger, A., Lurigio, A., & Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Practitioner's guide to understanding offender risk assessment .Federal Probation, , 65 (1 ) ,

Pratt, T., Holsinger, & Latessa, E.J. (2000. ) Treating the chronic DUI offender: 'Turning point' ten years later .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 28 (4 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2000. ) Incorporating electronic monitoring into the principles of effective intervention .The Journal of Offender Monitoring, , 13 (4 ) ,

Johnson, S.; Shaffer, D.K.; Latessa, E.J. (2000. ) A comparison of male and female drug court participants .Corrections Compendium, , 25 (6 ) ,1 - 22

Applegate, B.K.; Tuner, M.G.; Sanborn, J.B.; Latessa, E.J.; Moon, M. M. (2000. ) Individualization, criminalization, or probation resolution: A factorial survey of juvenile court judge's decisions to incarcerate felony youth .Justice Quarterly, , 17 (2 ) ,309 -331

Johnson, S.; Hubbard, D.; Latessa,E.J. (2000. ) Drug courts and treatment: Lessons to be learned from the what works literature .Corrections Management Quarterly, , 4 (4 ) ,70 -77

Latessa, E.J. (2000. ) Incorporating electronic monitoring into the principles of effective intervention .Offender Programs Report, , 4 ,

Jones, D.A.; Johnson, S.; Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (1999. ) Case classification in community corrections: preliminary findings from a national survey .Topics in Community Corrections. National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., ,

Latessa, E.J. (1999. ) Classifying and assessing offenders: understanding the criminal mind .Corrections Today, , 61 (1 ) ,

Holsinger, A.; Latessa, E.J. (1999. ) An empirical evaluation of a sanction continuum: Pathways through the juvenile justice system .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 27 (2 ) ,155 -172

Latessa, E.J. (1999. ) What works in correctional intervention .Southern Illinois University Law Journal, , 23 ,415 -425

Jones, D.A., Johnson, S., Latessa, E.J., & Travis, L.F. (1999. ) Case classification in community corrections: Preliminary findings from a national survey .Topics in Corrections, ,

Latessa, E.J. (1999. ) Classifying & assessing offenders: Understanding the criminal mind .Corrections Today, , 61 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. & Holsinger, A. (1998. ) The importance of evaluating correctional programs: Assessing outcome and quality .Corrections Management Quarterly, , 2 (4 ) ,22 -29

Latessa, E.J. (1998. ) A summary of ICCA's "What Works with Substance Abusers" research conference .The ICCA Journal, , 6 (March) (8 ) ,

Applegate, B.; Langworthy, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1997. ) Factors associated with chronic drunk driver treatment success: The turning point project .Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, , 24 (3/4 ) ,19 -34

Moon, M.M.; Applegate, B.; Latessa, E.J. (1997. ) RECLAIM Ohio: A politically viable alternative to treating youthful felony offenders .Crime and Delinquency, , 43 (4 ) ,438 -456

Fulton, B.; Stichman, A.; Travis, L.; Latessa, E.J.. (1997. ) Moderating officer attitudes to achieve desired outcomes .Prison Journal, , 77 (3 ) ,295 -312

Fulton, B.; Latessa, E.; Stichman, A.; Travis, L. (1997. ) The state of ISP: Research and policy implications .Federal Probation, , 61 (4 ) ,65 -75

Fulton, B.; Latessa, E.J.; Stichman, A.; Travis, L.F.; Corbett Jr., R.P.; Harris, M.K. (1997. ) A review of research for practitioners .Federal Probation, , 61 (4 ) ,65

Moon, M.M.; Applegate, B.; Latessa, E.J. (1996. ) Diverting youth from incarceration: A summary of the pilot phrase of RECLAIM Ohio .Journal of Juvenile Justice and Detention Services, , 11 (1 ) ,

Langworthy, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1996. ) Treatment of drunk drivers: A four year follow-up of the turning point project .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 24 (3 ) ,

Wooldredge, J.; Hartman, J.; Latessa, E.J.; Holmes, S. (1994. ) Effectiveness of culturally-specific community treatment for African-American juvenile felons .Crime and Delinquency, , 40 (4 ) ,

Moon, M.M.; Latessa, E.J. (1994. ) Drug treatment in adult probation: An evaluation of an outpatient and acupuncture program .Evaluation and Program Planning, , 17 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E. (1993. ) Parole effectiveness in the United States: A critique .Chitty's Law Journal, , 41 (1 & 2 ) ,

Clear, T.R.; Latessa, E.J. (1993. ) Probation officer roles in intensive supervision: Surveillance versus treatment .Justice Quarterly, , 10 (3 ) ,

Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J.; Kopache, R.; Lombardo, L.X.; Burton, V.S. (1993. ) Prison warden's job satisfaction .Prison Journal, , 73 (2 ) ,

Langworthy, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1993. ) Treatment of chronic drunk drivers: The turning point project .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 21 (3 ) ,

Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J.; Burton, V.S.; Lombardo, L.X. (1993. ) The correctional orientation of prison wardens: Is the rehabilitative ideal supported? .Criminology, , 31 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Moon, M.M. (1992. ) The effectiveness of acupuncture in an outpatient drug treatment program .Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 8 (4 ) ,

Burton, V.; Latessa, E.J.; Barker, T. (1992. ) The role of probation officers: An examination of statutory requirements .Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 8 (4 ) ,

Wooldredge, J.D.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (1992. ) Research note: Victimization in the workplace: A test of routine activities theory .Justice Quarterly, , 9 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (1991. ) Halfway house or probation: A comparison of alternative dispositions .Journal of Crime and Justice, , 14 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (1991. ) Graduate programs in criminology and criminal justice: What are our needs? .The Criminologist, , 16 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (1990. ) President's message: The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and JCJE: Origins and aspirations .Journal of Criminal Justice and Education, , 1 (1 ) ,

Cullen, F. T.; Latessa, E. J.; Bryne, J. (1990. ) Scandal and reform in intercollegiate athletics: Implications from a National Survey of Head Football Coaches .The Journal of Higher Education, , 61 (1 ) ,

Travis, L.F.; Latessa, E.J.; Oldenick, R. (1989. ) The utilization of technology in correctional institutions .Federal Probation, , 53 (3 ) ,

Langworthy, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1989. ) Criminal justice education: A national assessment .Justice Professional, , 4 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Goodman, S. (1989. ) Alcoholic offenders - intensive program shows promise .Corrections Today, , 49 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F.; Cullen, F.T. (1988. ) Public support for mandatory drug-alcohol testing in the workplace .Crime and Delinquency, , 34 (4 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (1988. ) The effects of intensive supervision with alcoholic offenders .Journal of Offender Counseling, Services and Rehabilitation, , 12 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Vito, G.F. (1988. ) The effects of intensive supervision with shock probationers .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 16 (4 ) ,319 - 330

Allen, H.E.; Latessa, E.J.; Vito, G.F. (1987. ) Corrections in the year 2000 A.D. revisited .Corrections Today, , 49 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (1987. ) Citizen crime prevention: Problems and prospectives in reducing crime .Journal of Security Administration, , 10 (1 ) ,

Noonan, S.B.; Latessa, E.J. (1987. ) Intensive probation: An examination of recidivism and social adjustment .American Journal of Criminal Justice, , 12 (1 ) ,

Colley, L.; Culbertson, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1987. ) Juvenile probation officers: A job analysis .Juvenile and Family Court Journal, , 38 (3 ) ,

Colley, L.; Culbertson, R.; Latessa, E.J. (1986. ) Probation officer task analysis: Rural-urban differences .Federal Probation, , 50 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (1986. ) The cost effectiveness of intensive supervision .Federal Probation, , 50 (2 ) ,

Lawrence, T.F.; Latessa, E.J.; Vito, G.F. (1985. ) Agenda building in criminal justice: The case of determinate sentencing .American Journal of Criminal Justice, , 10 (1 ) ,

Travis, L.F.; Latessa, E.J.; Vito, G.F. (1985. ) Private enterprise in institutional corrections: A call for caution .Federal Probation, , 49 (4 ) ,

Travis, L.F.; Latessa, E.J. (1985. ) The role of private enterprise in institutional corrections .Urban Resources, , 2 (4 ) ,

Wilson, G.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J.; Wills, J. (1985. ) State intervention and victimless crimes: A study of police attitudes .Journal of Police Science and Administration, , 13 (1 ) ,

Travis, L.F.; Latessa, E.J. (1984. ) A summary of parole rules - thirteen years later: Revisited thirteen years later .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 12 (6 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (1984. ) The paradox of control: Parole supervision of youthful offenders .Contemporary Sociology, , 13 (4 ) ,444 - 445

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F.; Allen, H.E. (1983. ) Volunteers and paraprofessionals in parole: Current practices .Journal of Offender Counseling, Services and Rehabilitation, , 8 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E. (1982. ) Halfway houses and parole: A national assessment .Journal of Criminal Justice, , 10 (2 ) ,

Allen, H.E.; Latessa, E.J. (1981. ) Corrections in America, 2000 A.D. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 2 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E. (1980. ) Using citizens to prevent crime: An example of deterrence and community involvement .Journal of Police Science and Administration, , 8 (1 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E.; Carlson, E.W. (1979. ) Paraprofessionals in probation: A synthesis of management issues and outcome studies .Journal of Offender Counseling, Services and Rehabilitation, , 4 (2 ) ,

Vito, G.F.; Latessa, E.J. (1979. ) Cost analysis in probation research: An evaluation synthesis .Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 1 (3 ) ,

Latessa, E.J.; Parks, E.; Allen, H.E.; Carlson, E.W. (1979. ) Specialized supervision in probation: Implications, research and issues .Prison Journal, , 59 (2 ) ,

Ness, B.; Latessa, E.J. (1979. ) Gifted children and self-teaching techniques .The Directive Teacher, , 2 (1 ) ,

Cullen, F.T., Smith, P., Lowenkamp, C.T., & Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Nothing works revisited: Deconstructing Farabee's rethinking rehabilitation .Victim and Offenders Journal of Evidence-ased Policies and Practices, , 4 (2 ) ,

Cullen, F.T., Myer, A.J., & Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Eight lessons learned from Moneyball: The high cost of ignoring evidence-based corrections .Victim and Offenders Journal of Evidence-Based Policies and Practices, , 4 (2 ) ,

Lovins, B., Lowenkamp, C.T., & Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Applying the risk principle to sex offenders: Can treatment make some sex offenders worse? .The Prison Journal, , 89 (3 ) ,

Lowenkamp, C.T., Lovins, B., & Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Validating the Level of Service Inventory-Revised and the Level of Service Inventory: Screening version with a sample of probationers .The Prison Journal, , 89 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2010. ) Outcomes among drug court participants: Does drug of choice matter? .International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology , ,

Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Applying the risk principle to sex offenders: Can treatment make some sex offenders worse? .The Prison Journal, , 89 (3 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Validating the level of service inventory-revised and the level of service inventory: Screening version with a sample of probationers .The Prison Journal, , 89 (2 ) ,

Latessa, E.J. (2009. ) Can 14,737 women by wrong? A meta-analysis of the LSI-R and recidivism for female offenders .Criminology & Public Policy, , 8 (1 ) ,

Edward Latessa (2012. ) Why Work is Important and How to Improve the Effectiveness of Correctional Reentry Programs that Target Employment. .Criminology and Public Policy, , 11 ,87-91

Edward Latess (2011. ) Why the Risk and Needs Principles are Relevant to Correctional Programs (event to employment programs). .Criminology and Public Policy, , 10 ,973-977

Edward Latessa (2011. ) The Coproduction of Outcomes: An Integrated Assessment of Youth and Program Effects on Recidivism. .Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, , 9 ,191-206

Edward Latessa (2012. ) The Importance of Ecological Context for Correctional Rehabilitation Programs: Understanding the Micro-and Macro-Level Dimensions of Successful Offender Treatment. .Justice Quarterly. , , 29 (2 ) ,1-24

Edward Latessa (2012. ) The Future of Community Corrections is Now: Stop Dreaming and Take Action .Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, , 28 ,42-59

Wright, Kevin A; Pratt, Travis C; Lowenkamp, Christopher T; Latessa, Edward J (2013. ) The systemic model of crime and institutional efficacy: an analysis of the social context of offender reintegration.International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, , 57 (1 ) ,92-111

Shaffer, Deborah Koetzle; Hartman, Jennifer L; Listwan, Shelley Johnson; Howell, Terra; Latessa, Edward J (2011. ) Outcomes among drug court participants: does drug of choice matter?.International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, , 55 (1 ) ,155-74

Published Books

Latessa, E.J. (2007. ) Corrections in the Community .Lexus-Nexus

Latessa, E.J. & Smith, P. (2007. ) Corrections in the Community, 4th Ed .Cincinnati , Lexus-Nexus

Allen, H.E.; Latessa, E.J. ; Simonsen, C.; Ponder, B. (2006. ) Corrections in America (11th Edition) .Prentice Hall

Latessa, E.J.; Holsinger, A.M. (2005. ) Correctional Contexts (3rd edition) .Los Angeles , Roxbury

Allen, H.E.; Simonsen, C.; Latessa, E.J. (2003. ) Corrections in America (10th edition) .Prentice Hall

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E. (2003. ) Corrections in the community (3rd Edition) .Cincinnati , Anderson Publishing

Holsinger, A.; Latessa, E.J.; Marquart, J.; Sorenson, J. (2001. ) Correctional contexts: contemporary and classical readings (2nd Edition) .Los Angeles, CA , Roxbury Publishers

Latessa, E.J.; Allen, H.E. (1999. ) Corrections in the community (2nd Edition) .Cincinnati , Anderson Publishing

Latessa, E.J. (1999. ) What Works Strategic solutions: International Community Corrections Association Examines Substance Abuse .Lanham, MD , American Correctional Association

Vito, G.F.; Latessa, E.J. (1989. ) Statistical Applications in Criminal Justice .Beverly Hills , Sage Publications

Vito, G.F.; Wilson, D.G.; Latessa, E.J. (1988. ) Research Methods in Criminal Justice .Springfield, IL , Charles Thomas

Allen, H.E.; Esckridge, C.; Latessa, E.J.; Vito, G.F. (1985. ) Probation & Parole in America .New York , Free Press

Latessa, E.J. (2010. ) Corrections in America .Prentice Hall

Edward Latessa (2012. ) Corrections in America, 13th Edition .Prentice Hall

Book Chapter

Pealer, J. & Latessa, E.J. (2006 ) Cognitive Behavior Programs and interventions: What Works with At-Risk Youth Technology transfer: A case study in implementing the principles of effective intervention .Kingston, NJ, Civics Research Institute

Lovins, B. & Latessa, E.J. (2006 ) Cognitive Behavior Programs and Interventions: What Works with At-Risk Youth Cognitive behavioral interventions for youthful offenders .Kingston, NJ, Civics Research Institute

Latessa, E.J. (2004 ) State of Crime and Justice in Ohio From theory into practice: What works in reducing recidivism .Office of Criminal Justice Services, Columbus,

Latessa, E.J. (2002 ) Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice Probation and parole supervision .New York, Macmillan

Latessa, E.J. (2002 ) Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment Split sentences .Beverly Hills, Sage

Latessa, E.J. (1996 ) Community Corrections in America: New Directions and Sounder Investments for Persons with Mental Illness and Codisorders Offenders with mentally illness on probation supervision .Washington D.C., The National Coalition for Mentally and Substance Abuse Health Care in the Justice System

Latessa, E.J. (1996 ) Encyclopedia of American Prisons Technology in prisons .New York, Garland Publishing

Haas, S.; Latessa, E.J. (1995 ) Intermediate Sanctions: Sentencing in the 90s Intensive supervision in a rural county: diversion and outcome .Cincinnati, Anderson

Wooldredge, J.D.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (1995 ) Campus Crime Predicting the likelihood of faculty victimization: individual demographics and routine activities .Springfield, IL, Charles Thomas

Wooldredge, J.D.; Cullen, F.T.; Latessa, E.J. (1995 ) Campus crime: legal, social and policy perspectives Individual demographics versus routine activities: Predicting the likelihood of faculty victimization .(pp. 103 -122).Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas

Latessa, E.J.; Gordon, J. (1994 ) Community-Based Corrections: Innovative Trends and Specialized Strategies Examining the factors related to success or failure with felony probationers: A study of intensive supervision .New York, Garland Press

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F. (1992 ) Smart sentencing. The Emergence of Intermediate Sanctions Residential community-correctional programs .Beverly Hills, Sage

Vito, G.F.; Wilson, D.; Latessa, E.J. (1990 ) The Death Penalty in America: Current Research Comparison of the dead: Attitudes and outcomes of Furman convicted death row inmates in Kentucky and Ohio .Cincinnati, Anderson

Latessa, E.J. (1987 ) Intermediate Punishments: Intensive Supervision, Home Confinement and Electronic Surveillance The effectiveness of intensive supervision with high risk probationers .Monsey, NY, Criminal Justice Press

Latessa, E.J. (1985 ) Probation, Parole and Community Corrections: Emerging Issues Community corrections as diversion .Prospect Heights, IL, Waveland Press

Latessa, E.J.; Travis, L.F.; Wilson, G.P. (1984 ) Juvenile Justice Policy: Analyzing Trends and Outcomes Juvenile diversion: Factors related to diversion decision making and outcome .Beverly Hills, Sage

Latessa, E.J. (1983 ) Corrections: An Issues Approach, 2nd edition Community supervision: Research, trends and innovations .Cincinnati, Anderson

Latessa, E.J. (1980 ) Criminal Justice Research: New Models and Findings Intensive diversion unit: An evaluation .Beverly Hills, Sage

Latessa, E.J.; Moon, M.M. Components of effective substance abuse programs: the correctional practitioners guide A practitioner's guide to evaluation research .ACA Press

Latessa, E.J. (2009 ) The effectiveness of juvenile cognitive behavioral and family oriented interventions: A meta analysis Cognitive behavior interventions with at-risk youth .Civics Research Institute

Additional Publications

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Latessa, E. (2005. ) What works in offender assessment .International Seminar on Community Corrections- China Dept. of Ministry, Dialin City, China.

Latessa, E. (2003. ) The principles of effective correctional intervention: Results and lessons from Ohio .American Probation and Parole Association, Cleveland, OH.

Latessa, E. (2002. ) What works for youthful offenders .National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Boston, MA.

Latessa, E. J. (2002. ) Improving residential correctional programs .Texas House of Corrections Interim Committee , Austin, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (2002. ) What works in correctional intervention? .American Correctional Association Annual Summer Meeting, Anaheim, CA. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (2001. ) What works in correctional intervention? .New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives Centennial Conference Plenary Session, Albany, NY. Conference. .

Latessa, E. J. (2001. ) Strategies that work with high risk youth .Seventh Annual Symposium on Youth Gangs and Delinquency. Boys and Girls Club of America, Fort Worth, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (2001. ) Evaluating drug courts - treatment effectiveness .Indiana Association of Drug Court Professionals, Indianapolis, IN.

Latessa, E. J. (2001. ) What works in correctional intervention? .Indiana Conference on Building Case Management Programs for the New Millennium, Indianapolis, IN.

Latessa, E. J. (2001. ) Effective research based approaches to the provision of services to youthful offenders .Illinois Youth Collaborative Network, Springfield, IL.

Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) What works in correctional intervention .Annual Advanced International Symposium on Addictive Disorders and Behavioral Health, Colorado Springs, CO.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) Key note: What works in corrections .New Directions in Corrections National Training and Symposium, Austin, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) Effective interventions with offenders .National Institute of Corrections, Montgomery County, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) What works for juvenile offenders .Sponsored by Truthought Inc., LaCrosse, WI.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) Juveniles - what works? .Minnesota District Judges Association, Brainerd, MN.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) What works in substance abuse treatment? .Idaho Judicial Conference, Sun Valley, ID.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) Offender risk reduction .U.S. Deputy Wardens Association Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Latessa, E. J. (2000. ) The principles of effective intervention .Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Community Justice and Assistance Division, Austin, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Keynote: What works! .Texas Association of Residential Service Providers, Corpus Christi, TX.

Latessa, E. J. Keynote: What works in correctional intervention .Kansas Correctional Association Annual Meeting, Topeka, KS.

Latessa, E. J. Effective interventions with youthful offenders .Keynote address at the National Association of Peer Group Agencies, Duluth, MN. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Promoting effective community corrections programs .John Howard Society and the International Community Corrections Association, Moncton, Canada. Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Keynote: Risk management for offenders .Indiana Department of Corrections, French Lick, IN.

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Exploring risk factors that lead to recidivism .Center for Advancement of Research, Training and Education, Loyola University, Chicago, IL. Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Effective community corrections programs .Canadian Training Institute, Toronto, CA.

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) What works in correctional intervention .Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Evaluating correctional education programs .Annual Correctional Education Conference, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections, Philadelphia, PA. Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Developing effective treatment interventions: Partnerships that work. But why .Maryland Correctional Administration Association Annual Conference, Ocean City, MD. Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) What works with juvenile offenders .Red Wing Correctional Facility's Annual Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) What works with intensive supervision .Minnesota Department of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Beyond watermelon thumping: Using research based tools for classification and resource allocation .Ohio Court and Correctional Services Association Spring Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) What works in correctional intervention .General Session to the Kansas Association of Court Services Officers Annual Meeting, Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Examining what works in correctional intervention: using the correctional program assessment inventory to measure program assessment inventory to measure program integrtiy .Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Community Justice Division, Austin, TX.

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Classification and assessment of offenders .American Probation and Parole Association, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Examining what works in correctional intervention: using the correctional program assessment inventory to measure program integrity .Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Project, University of Maryland. Other Institution. .

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) "What works" in correctional intervention: Examining the quality of programs for juvenile offenders .Presentation to Minnesotans for Improved Juvenile Justice,

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) "What works" in correctional programming: Effective intervention with high-risk offenders .Idaho Department of Corrections, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections, Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Effective intervention with offenders .Maine Department of Corrections, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections, Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Measuring program quality. Intervening with the drug-impacted offenders .Idaho Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Bureau of Recovery Services, Conference. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Classifying the youthful offender: Introduction to the youthful level of inventory service .Conducted for the Senior Staff of the Ohio Department of Youth Services,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Classification and assessment in probation .Conducted for the Illinois Administrative Office of the Court,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works with offenders? .Conducted for the Tennessee Community Corrections Association, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections, Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Developing performance-based measures for probation .Conducted for the Cuyahoga County Adult Probation Department, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Using the correctional program assessment inventory to improve programs .International Community Corrections Association, Newport, RI. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works with juvenile offenders .Conducted for the New York Division of Youth Services,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Evaluating the effectiveness of juvenile justice programs .Ohio Juvenile Crime Summit, Sponsored by the Ohio Department of Youth Services,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Model evaluations in community corrections .Michigan Division of Community Corrections Annual Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Measuring quality: using the correctional program assessment inventory to examine program integrity .American Probation and Parole Association, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Restorative justice and the "What Works" literature .American Probation and Parole Association, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works with intensive supervision .Missouri Department of Probation and Parole,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works and what doesn't in correctional intervention .New Jersey Corrections Association, Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works in correctional intervention .Illinois Probation and Court Services Association Annual Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works in corrections .Plenary Session for the New York Corrections and Youth Services Association, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Developing and sustaining law-enforcement-corrections partnerships .The National Symposium on Law Enforcement-Corrections Partnerships, Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Conference. .

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Effective intervention with high risk offenders .National Institute of Corrections, Longmont, CO.

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) Effective intervention with high risk offenders .National Institute of Corrections, Longmont, CO.

Latessa, E. J. (1999. ) Effective intervention with high risk offenders .National Institiute of Corrections, Longmont, CO.

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) What works in correctional intervention .Keynote: Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Division of Community Corrections Management, Sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections, Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1998. ) A fork in the road: build more prisons or develop new strategies to deal with offenders .Southern Illinois University School of Law and Public Policy Institute,

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Using day reporting as a supervision tool .American probation and parole association, Salt Lake City, UT. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Does my program work? Evaluating and assessing community corrections programs .American Probation and Parole Association, Boston, MA. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) What works in correctional intervention? .Montana Correctional Association, Deer Lodge, MT. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Using the correctional program assessment inventory to design programs that work .Illinois Administrative Office of the Courts, Chicago and Springfield, IL.

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Designing programs that work .Barnstable Probation Department, Hyannis, MA.

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Alternative sanctions - an appraisal of what's available and what works .American Judicature Society: A National Symposium on Sentencing,

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) Measuring outcome: What works? .Ohio Judicial Conference: A judicial Response to the Addicted and Abusing Offender,

Latessa, E. J. (1997. ) What works in community corrections: Designing and implementing high quality programs .Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Community Justice Assistance Division Annual Conference, closing address,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Forming partnerships in correctional research: Evaluation of the use of the balanced approach to intensive supervision .Building A Safer Society: The Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Selecting and managing evaluations .National Drug Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Evaluation research in a managed care environment .Ohio Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Using the correctional program assessment inventory to improve treatment porgrams .Ohio Alcohol and Drug Addictions Services Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Making classification and evaluation research work for your community corrections agency .American Probation and Parole Association, Chicago, IL. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Effective intervention with high risk offenders .U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) Senate bill 2 in Ohio .Ohio Association of Pretrial Service Agencies,

Latessa, E. J. (1996. ) What works in correctional treatment .Corrections Territorial Meeting of the Salvation Army,

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) The correctional program assessment inventory: A useful tool for program design .Volunteers of America Corrections Caucus,

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) The carrot or the club: Treatment methods which change attitudes and behavior .American Correctional Association Annual Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) Affordable evaluation design .International Association of Residential Community Alternatives, Ann Arbor, MI.

Latessa, E. J. Changing offender behavior through effective interventions .National Institute of Corrections, New York City (NY); Kansas City (MO); Vancouver (Canada); Atlanta (GA). Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) Public protection through offender risk management .International Community Corrections Association and the National Institute of Corrections, Madison (WI); Seattle, Norfolk, Portland (Maine and Oregon); Mobile, Lansing, Boston (MA); Cherry Hill (NJ); Columbus, San Juan (Puerto Rico); St Cloud (MN); Minneapolis, Ft. Lauderdale, Boise, Indianapolis, Tulsa, Topeka, Austin, Des Monies; West Virginia; Washington D.C.; Sacramento, Butte, Richmond, Boulder, Hartford, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Honolulu, San Diego, Tampa, Columbus (IN). Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) Evaluating community corrections programs .Arizona Probation Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) Drug court evaluation... What works? .National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies, Cincinnati, OH.

Latessa, E. J. (1994. ) Applied evaluation research for community-based correctional programs .American Probation and Parole Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Latessa, E. J. (1995. ) Case classification and assessment of community corrections .American Probation and Parole Association, Portland, OR. Professional Meeting. .

Latessa, E. J. (1994. ) The community corrections partnership: A model for diverting African-American male delinquents using a culturally specific treatment approach .American Probation and Parole Association Winter Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1994. ) What are risk factors for violence? .Children's Defense Fund's Annual Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1993. ) Drug assessment in corrections .Drug testing in community corrections: Tracking & treating the drug offender. Ohio Community Corrections Association Annual Meeting, Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1993. ) Practical implications of research .Ohio Court and Correctional Services Association Winter Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1989. ) Corrections in the 1990's .Tennessee Corrections Association Winter Conference,

Latessa, E. J. (1989. ) Probation in the 1990's .Indiana Judicial Center, Keynote speaker,

Latessa, E. J. (1988. ) Intensive supervision in the 1980's .Indiana Judicial Center,

Latessa, E. J. (1988. ) Implications of technological changes on corrections .Private Corrections Conference, Co-sponsored by Council of State Governments and Eastern Kentucky State University,

Latessa, E. J. (1988. ) Management technologies for the future .National Academy of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections, Longmont, CO.

Latessa, E. J. (1987. ) Planning the institution of the future - What form will it take? .American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Justice Conference: Back to the Basics, Strategies for the 21st Century,

Latessa, E. J. (1987. ) Intensive supervision: Preparing staff for change .Eastern Kentucky State University, College of Law Enforcement,

Latessa, E. J. (1983. ) Grantsmanship .Cincinnati Health Department, Cincinnati, OH. Workshop. .

Latessa, E. J. (1982. ) Proposal development: Locating and securing funds in the 1980's .Criminal Justice Program, One-Day-Month-Series, Cincinnati, OH.

Latessa, E. J. (1981. ) Offender assessment and the presentence investigation .Criminal Justice Program, One-Day-Month-Series, Cincinnati, OH.

Latessa, E.J. (2003. ) What works in correctional programming .Major Session, American Correctional Association, Nashville, TN.

Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) Characteristics of programs that work in juvenile justice. Plenary Session to the Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts, Berkeley, CA.

Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) Improving residential correctional programs .testimony to the Texas House Corrections Inerim Committee, Austin, TX.

Latessa, E.J. (2002. ) What works in correction intervention? .Major Session at the American Correctional Association Annual Summer Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) What works in correctional intervention? .New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives Centennial Conference Plenary Session, Albany, NY.

Latessa, E.J. (2001. ) Strategies that work with high risk youth .Seventh Annual Symposium on Youth Gangs and Delinquency, Boys and Girls Club of America, Fort Worth, TX.

Latessa, E. (2008. ) Do the principles of effective treatment predict termination status from adult residential correctional programs .American Society of Criminology, St. Louis.

Latessa, E. (2008. ) The predictive ability of low self control on recidivism .American Society of Criminology, St. Louis.

Latessa, E. (2008. ) examining the predictive validity of the youth level of service case management inventory for native youth .American Society of Criminology, St. Louis.

Latessa, E. (2008. ) Comparing the psychometric properties of the LSI-R, wisconsin and a newly devised risk/need assessment .American Society of Criminology, St. Louis.

Paper Presentations

I have presented over 130 papers at criminal justice and related professional meetings

Edward Latessa (11-18-2011. ) Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-16-2011. ) A Tale of Two Agencies: A Review of Evidence Based Practices in Two Juvenile Probation Depts. .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-17-2011. ) Reviewing the Evidence: A Review of Evidence Based Programs in CrimeSolutions.gov .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-17-2011. ) BJA-GMU-UML Risk Needs Simulation Tool .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-18-2011. ) Implementing Rish Assessment Instruments: Examining the Inter-rater Reliability of 3rd and 4th Generation Risk Assessments .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-18-2011. ) Evaluating Methods: New Techniques for Old Problems .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (11-19-2011. ) More Evidence that Targeting the Right Offenders for Treatment Matters .Washington, DC. Conference.

Edward Latessa (03-14-2011. ) Rethinking the Juvenile in Juvenile Justice .Cincinnati, OH. Conference.

Edward Latessa (12-2011. ) What Works in Offender Reentry .Cincinnati, OH.

Edward Latessa (07-18-2011. ) Examining Criminal Conduct Individually and Programmatically .Berlin, Germany. Conference. Level:International

Edward Latessa (03-16-2012. ) Sustaining Evidence-BAsed Corrections: A Discussion on Implementation, Treatment, and Quality Assurance Issues of EBP in Correctional Settings .New York, NY. Conference.

Edward Latessa (03-16-2012. ) Validity, Reliability, and Other Issues in the Measurement of Criminological Risk and Needs .New York, NY. Conference.

Edward Latessa (02-27-2010. ) Assessment the Risk and Needs of Prison Inmates .San Diego, CA. Conference.

Edward Latessa (02-27-2010. ) Examinnig the Impact of Drug Court Participants For Moderate and High Risk Offenders .San Diego, CA. Conference.

Edward Latessa (12-05-2011. ) What Works and What Doesn't in Reducing Recidivism: Some Lessons Learned from Evaluating Correctional Programs .Washington, DC.

Edward Latessa (10-06-2011. ) What Works and What Doesn't Work in Reducing Recidivism: Applying the Principles of Effective Intervention to Offender Reentry .Frankfort, KY. Conference.

Edward Latessa (04-18-2011. ) What works in Corrections and Rehabilitation Promoting Community Safety and Prevention .Columbus, OH. Conference.

Edward Latessa (10-20-2011. ) What Works in Offender Reentry .Newark. Conference.

Edward Latessa (09-11-2011. ) Designing and Implementing an Effective Sex Offender Treatment Program from Prison to the Community .Cincinnati, OH.

Edward Latessa (03-17-2011. ) What Works in Offender Reentry .Toledo, OH.

Honors and Awards

2004 The August Vollmer Award recognizes a criminologist whose research scholarship has contributed to justice or to treatment or prevention of criminal or delinquent behavior, either through single outstanding work, a series of theoretical or research contributions, or on the accumulated contributions by a senior scholar. American Society of Criminology Status:Recipient Type:Recognition

2002 The Simon Dinitz Criminal Justice Research Award Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

2001 Margaret Mead Award for dedicated services to the causes of social justice and humanitarian advancement International Community Corrections Association

1999 Peter P. Lejins Award for corrections research Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

1998 Academy Fellow Award Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

1994 Simon Dinitz Award Ohio Community Corrections Organization

1992 Founders Award Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

1981 Distinguished Scholar Albany State College

1979 Doctoral Fellowship Law Enforcement Assistance Administration

1985 Who's Who in the Midwest

1987 Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America 1st Edition

2007 Outstanding Achievement Award In recognition of significant and continuing contributions to the juvenile justice field of knowledge as a result of outstanding research efforts National Juvenile Justice Type:Recognition

Service

Commissioner (National Commission on Correctional Certification, American Correction Association ) 2005 -To Present

American Society of Criminology (Executive Counselor, Division of Corrections and Sentencing ) 2003

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences President 1989 -1990

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Vice President 1987 -1989

Trustee-at-Large, Executive Board (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences ) 1985 -1988

Secretary - Treasurer (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences ) 1982 -1984

American Association of Community Justice Professionals (Academic Advisory Board ) 2005 -To Present

International Community Corrections Association (Research Conference Chair, "What works in community corrections" research conference - critical issues in substance abuse ) 1997

Ohio Criminal Justice Policy Advisory Board Member 2000 -To Present

Ohio Violence Prevention Center Advisory Council Member 1998

American Correctional Association (Council on Professional Education ) Member 1998

American Correctional Association (Research Council ) Member 1999 -To Present

American Correctional Association (Student Committee ) Member 2004 -To Present

American Correctional Association (Corrections Compendium Advisory Board ) Committee Chair 1999 -To Present

American Probation and Parole Association (Issues, Positions, and Resolutions Committee ) Member 1997 -1998

Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services (Uniform Measures Task Force ) Member Level:Local 1993 -1995

American Corrections Association (Program Coordinating Council ) Member 1995 -1998

American Society of Criminology (Statewide Policy Committee ) Committee Chair 1995 -1996

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Strategic Planning Committee ) Committee Chair 1991 -1992

National Conference on Corrections and Higher Education. Sponsored by the Training Resource Center, Department of Correctional Services Eastern Kentucky State University (Program Committee, ) Member 1990 -1991

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Nominations and Elections Committee ) Committee Chair 1990

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (National Office Site Selection Committee ) Committee Member 1986 -1987

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Academic Review Committee ) Member 1988 -1992

American Probation and Parole Association (Planning Committee ) Member 1988

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (International Site Selection Committee ) Member 1986 -1987

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Budget, Finance & Audit Committee ) Member 1986 -1992

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Editor Selection Committee ) Committee Chair 1988

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Site Selection Committee ) Committee Member 1988 -1991

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Publications Committee ) Committee Member 1983 -1984

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Publications Committee ) Committee Chair 1986 -1987

American Society of Criminology (Site Selection Committee ) Committee Chair 1981 -1983

American Society of Criminology (Site Selection Committee ) Committee Member 1980 -1981

American Society of Criminology (Membership Committee ) Committee Member 1980 -1981

Victim and Offenders Journal of Evidence-Based Policies and Practices (Guest Editor ) Type:Editorial Service 2008

Pew Charitable Trusts (Public Safety Performance Project Research Working Group, ) Member 2006 -2008

Hamilton County Criminal Justice Commission (Program Evaluation and Development Standing Committee ) Member 2007

International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium/Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (Criminal Justice Advisory Board ) 2005 -To Present

The Prison Journal Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

Journal of Crime and Justice Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

Corrections Compendium Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

The American Journal of Criminal Justice Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

Justice Quarterly Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service

Reviewer for American Journal of Criminal Justice, Corrections Compendium, Corrections Management Quarterly, Crime and Delinquency, Crime and Justice Research, Criminal Justice Studies, Criminology, Criminology and Public Policy, Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Journal of Criminal Justice, Journal of Crime and Justice, Journal of Drug Issues, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Justice Quarterly, National Institute of Justice (grant applications), National Science Foundation, Social Problems, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (grant applications), Sociological Focus, The Justice Professional, and Urban Resources

Professional Affiliation

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

American Association of University Professors

American Corrections Association

American Probation and Parole Association

American Society of Criminology

Association for Correctional Research and Information Management

International Community Corrections Association

Midwestern Criminal Justice Association

Ohio Association of Pretrial Services Agencies

Ohio Community Corrections Organization

Ohio Correctional & Court Services Association

Academic Program Reviews University of Maryland University College, University of Missouri St. Louis, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of South Florida, (doctoral program), University of Memphis (graduate program), University of Louisville (graduate program), Washington State University (graduate program), Northern Kentucky University (undergraduate program), Ferris State University (graduate program), Wayne State University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, St. Thomas University, Canada (undergraduate program),

2006: Consultant San Bernardino County Probation,

2006: Consultant Logan County Juvenile Court,

2005: Consultant Oregon Youth Authority,

2004: Consultant Sacramento County Probation Department,

2004: Consultant San Mateo County Probation Department,

2003: Consultant Maryland Department of Public Safety,

2003: Consultant Wisconsin Department of Corrections,

2003: Consultant North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation,

2002: Consultant Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs,

2002: Consultant Tennessee Department of Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2002: Consultant Georgia Department of Correction,

2002: Consultant Maine Department of Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2001: Consultant Iowa Department of Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2001: Consultant Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2001: Consultant Federal Bureau of Prisons,

2001: Consultant Ramsey County (MN) Department of Community Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2001: Consultant Florida Department of Juvenile Justice,

2001: Consultant Alaska Department of Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2001: Consultant Fredericksburg, Virginia Drug Court,

2000: Consultant Bartholomew County, Indiana, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2000: Consultant Adams County, Colorado, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2000: Consultant Oklahoma Department of Corrections,

2000: Consultant Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs (through Development Services Group),

2000: Consultant University of Virgina Division of Prevention Research, Department of Psychiatric Medicine, project to develop evaluation design for the Department of Juvenile Justice Sex Offender Treatment Program,

2000: Consultant Fulton County, Georgia, Juvenile Court,

2000: Consultant LaGrange, Georgia Juvenile Court,

2000: Consultant West Virginia Department of Education,

2000: Consultant San Diego Adult Probation Department, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

2000: Consultant Hawaii Division of Youth Services (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1999: Consultant Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA),

1999: Consultant New Directions Inc. Oklahoma City, OK,

1999: Consultant New Jersey Department of Corrections (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1999: Consultant Idaho Department of Corrections,

1999: Consultant Pennsylvania Department of Corrections,

1999: Consultant Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Community Justice Bureau, (through the National Institute of Justice),

1998 -1999: Consultant Indiana Department of Corrections, Community Corrections Division,

1999: Consultant Oklahoma Department of Corrections (through Johnson, Bassin & Shaw, Inc.),

1998: Consultant Mahoning County Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board,

1998: Constultant Washington Correctional Center for Females, Gig Harbor, WA, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1998: Consultant Marion County (Salem, Oregon) Department of Corrections, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1998: Consultant Community Corrections Corp. Rose Land, New Jersey,

1998: Consultant Ohio Department of Youth Services,

1997: Consultant Montgomery County Juvenile Court (through the Office of Criminal Justice Services),

1997 -1998: Consultant Community Solutions, Inc. Hartford, CT,

1997 -1998: Consultant Pathfinder House, Lima, OH (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1998: Consultant Lucas County, Ohio Juvenile Court,

1997 -1998: Consultant Coshocton County, Ohio Juvenile Court,

1998: Consultant Harbor House, Salvation Army, Chicago, IL,

1997: Consultant Clermont County, Ohio Juvenile Court,

1997: Consultant Oklahoma Department of Corrections, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1997: Consultant Grant Peer Review Panelist (through the National Institute of Justice),

1997: Consultant Barnstable Probation Department (through the National Institute of Corrections), Hyannis, MA,

1997: Consultant Butler County, Ohio Juvenile Court,

1997: Consultant Genesee County Criminal Justice Advisory Council, Batavia, NY (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1996 -1998: Consultant New York State Division for Youth, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1996 -2000: Consultant North Dakota Department of Corrections, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1996: Consultant Athens County, Ohio Community Corrections Board,

1995: Consultant Trumbull County, Ohio Juvenile Court,

1995: Consultant Kentucky Department of Youth Services, (through the National Institute of Corrections),

1995: Consultant Volunteers of America - Delaware Valley, Philadelphia, PA,

1994: Consultant Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, Development of a National Criminal Justice Research Center,

1993 -1997: Consultant Franklin County, Ohio Adult Probation Department,

1991 -1992: Consultant Hamilton County, Ohio Office of Education, Court Ordered Mandatory Parenting Project,

1992 -1994: Consultant Montgomery County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas. Automated Drug Offender Management Project,

1991 -1992: Consultant Montgomery County, Ohio Chemical Offender Project,

1989 -1998: Consultant Cuyahoga County, Ohio Adult Probation Department,

1989 -1990: Consultant Cuyahoga County, Ohio Juvenile Probation Department,

1989 -1998: Consultant Clermont County, Ohio Adult Probation Department,

1988 -1998: Consultant Turning Point Program, Cincinnati, OH, Talbert House, Inc.,

1988: Consultant National Academy of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections,

1987 -1988: Consultant Intensive Probation Supervision Project, State of Tennessee (contracted through J. Walker Fox, Inc.),

1985 -1994: Consultant Montgomery County, Ohio Adult Probation Department,

1978 -2000: Consultant Lucas County, Ohio Adult Probation Department,

1981 -1987: Consultant Greater Cincinnati Pretrial Project, Inc. Cincinnati, OH,

1981: Consultant The Juvenile Liaison Program. The Citizens' Committee on Youth, Cincinnati, Ohio,

1979 -1980: Consultant Directive Teaching Instructional Management Systems Project, Faculty for Exceptional Childrn, College of Education, Ohio State University,

1980: Consultant Alabama Board of Pardons and Parole, Montgomery, Alabama,

1978: Consultant Investigation of Competency Based Curriculum with Giften Primary Children. College of Education, Ohio State University,

1975 -1976: Consultant Center for Educational Innovation, Columbus, Ohio,

2011: Member Office of Justice Programs Science Advisory Board subcommittee on the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

05-2011: Named Graduate Fellow University of Cincinnati.

Courses Taught

Criminal Justice Statistics Level:Undergraduate

Probation, Parole and Community Treatment Level:Undergraduate

Juvenile Justice System Level:Undergraduate

Juvenile Offender Level:Undergraduate

Criminology Level:Undergraduate

Correctional Institutions Level:Undergraduate

Introduction to Corrections Level:Undergraduate

Community-Based Corrections Level:Undergraduate

Psychology of Crime and Justice Level:Undergraduate

Career Criminals Level:Undergraduate

Organizational Theory Level:Undergraduate

Correctional Practices Level:Undergraduate

Research Methods Level:Graduate

Applied Statistics Level:Graduate

Data Analysis in Criminal Justice Level:Graduate

Halfway House Management Level:Graduate

Budgeting and Fiscal Policy Level:Graduate

Comprehensive Planning in Criminal Justice Level:Graduate

Computer Utilization in Criminal Justice Level:Graduate

Community-Based Corrections Level:Graduate