In the wake of an exploding incarceration rate, correctional facilities have struggled to address issues of "need for treatment." The criminal justice system has begun using self-report-based screening methodologies to collect diagnostic information in place of clinicians. Crawley analyzes data on recently incarcerated prisoners producing significant efficacy findings, indicating strong support for this methodology, and providing insights regarding individual and case-level variables. Thus, advancing policies for triaging "need for treatment" in criminal justice populations by providing practi.
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