Bradford Bogue is a experienced investigator, author and internationally recognized expert in probation/parole case management practices. Brad has been the Primary Investigator for over 70 program evaluations in corrections including the VT Dept. of Correction’s Reparation Programs (1997), three probation workload analyses (MT probation, 1997; CT probation, 1999; Marin Co., CA, 2010) and a multi-site probation process and outcome evaluation (NIJ, 2009). He designed the Risk & Resiliency Check-Up assessment that RAND Corporation successfully validated (2006), along with numerous other innovations for the field (e.g., automated case plan applications, QA systems, Proxy Risk tool, etc.). Brad has worked in the field since 1971. Mr. Bogue was trained in 1993 as a Motivational Interview (MI) trainer by William Miller and he has been training MI and exploring methods for MI QA and implementing MI ‘to scale’ in corrections systems ever since. He was the lead author for a definitive book on case planning (The Probation & Parole Treatment Planner, Wiley, 2003) as well as the NIC position paper on ‘The Principles of Effective Interventions’ which serves as NIC’s current model for EBP in field supervision. In 2012, the National Institute of Corrections published the book “Motivational Interviewing in Corrections” that Brad co-authored with Anjali Nandi.
Bradford Bogue has worked in the fields of corrections, mental health and alcohol and other drug addiction since 1971, when he started working in a therapeutic community based in NY. Mr. Bogue has an MA in Sociology from the University of Colorado. When not working, Brad practices meditation, Tai Chi and hikes on a near daily basis. Mr. Bogue owned and managed an adult as well as juvenile licensed addiction treatment program, Center for Change, from 1999 to 2006. Currently he is the Director of J-SAT (formerly Justice System Assessment & Training), a national consulting company operating since 1997 that specializes in the implementation of evidence-based practices.