Sandy Mullins and Jonathan Kulick

Conduct Community Supervision Workshops


Marron scholars conducted two workshops at the American Probation and Parole Association annual training institute, with audiences of practitioners and policymakers in community supervision. Senior Research Scholars Sandy Mullins and Jonathan Kulick led “Marijuana Legalization: What Does It Mean for Community Supervision?” which addressed implications of recent research and case law, including on behavioral health, driving under the influence, youth use, and drug testing. Kulick joined a workshop led by Marron’s partner agency, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, on “Generation Y….Y Should We Treat You Differently? Overview and Results from the Justice Involved Young Adult Pilot,” presenting evaluation outcomes, which found that addressing the particular needs of young adults can improve outcomes on probation and parole.

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