A New Practice Model for Probation & Parole. (2013) Bogue, B. & O’Connor, T.
The ESP Practice Model Co-Created by J-SAT and Ramsey Co., MN Department of Community Corrections
The Norval Morris Project: Creating a “Knowledge Pump” Practitioners. (2012) Bogue, B. & Innes, C.
National Institute of Corrections’ System Innovation Project: Summary of the Key Strategic Thrust for Stimulating Greater Ideas and Innovation
Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Community Corrections: The Principles of Effective Intervention. (2004) Bogue, et al.
The Original National Institute of Corrections Model for Evidence-Based Practice in Corrections
Change Planning (Chapter 12). (2012) Bogue, B.
Draft Chapter on Change Planning, in book on MI in Corrections, edited by William Miller, Ph.D.
Implementing an Offender Assessment/ Classification System: A Practitioner’s Operator Guide. (2010) Bogue, B.
Overview on Pertinent Issues Related to Implementing A New Assessment Tool in Corrections
Combining Officer Supervision Skills: A New Model for Increasing Success in Community Corrections. (2007) Bogue, et al.
Conceptual Explanation for how and why EBP skills can be combined to form Practice Models
Dialogue Practice and Training. (2012) Bogue, B.
Brief overview on how dialogue skills can be developed to deeper more satisfying communication amongst corrections staff and with clients
Discipline of Implementation. (2012) Bogue, B.
Overview of the National Implementation Research Network’s (NIRN) frameworks for guiding implementation
How Principles of High Reliability Organizations Relate to Corrections. Bogue, B. (2009)
Over the past couple of decades organizational scholars have learned that five principles for achieving high reliability in work performance have evolved across diverse industries. The one thing the industries (e.g., nuclear submarines, SWOT teams, forest fire fighters, aircraft carrier personnel, etc.) is work involving potential disaster. The five principles are described in some detail as they might relate to corrections.
Progress Toward Motivational Interviewing Proficiency in Corrections: Results of a Colorado Development Program. Bogue, et al, (2013)
This longitudinal study tracks the MI skill development of 90 probation officers, with a range of widely recognized metrics
Motivational Interviewing in Corrections: A Comprehensive Guide to Implementing MI in Corrections. (2012) Bogue, B. & Nandi, A.
Incorporating and drawing upon implementation science, the authors compare and contrast conventional and newer orientations to MI skill development based on staff development models
Exercises for Developing MI Skills in Corrections. (2012) Bogue, B. & Nandi, A.
This is a ‘cookbook’ style monograph that provides a myriad of exercises and games for training and coaching MI skills
Using Third-Generation Assessment Tools: It’s the Hand That Turns the Screw. (2009) Bogue, B.
A brief summary about what is important and what is not important when learning a new assessment tool, and, why its easy to lose perspective regarding this topic
Role Clarification: Why the Fuss Over It. (2017) Bogue, B.
A J-SAT blog on the deeper potential role clarification provides practitioners; something that goes far beyond what the work of Chris Trotter initially described
Strategies for Improving Corrections’ Capacity for Implementing EBP’s: The Colorado EBP Project for Implementation Capacity (EPIC) Staff Development System. (2010) Bogue, B.
An empirical description of the dramatic progress multiple corrections systems made in developing staff skills via ‘cycling-up’ to competency, using the MITI-3.