UCCI offers a wide array of staff trainings for corrections professionals in the areas of offender classification and assessment as well as various treatment and intervention strategies. For agency convenience, trainings are typically conducted on location and all training materials, travel/accomodations, UC staff salaries/benefits, and administrative fees are included in one flat cost.
Our trainings are geared towards agencies, not individuals. However, UC does host trainings on site from time to time. Click here for more information.
We offer a variety of Offender Assessment tools specific to adults, juveniles, and female populations. Featured in this list are the Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS), the Ohio Youth Assessment System (OYAS), and Women’s Risk Assessment System (WRNA). These three assessments were developed and created by the University of Cincinnati.
Click here for descriptions of the specific offender classification and assessments UCCI offers.
Changing Offender Behavior:
Our trainings are grounded in the principles of evidence-based practices and cognitive behavioral interventions.
Click here for descriptions of the specific treatment and intervention strategies UCCI offers.
Effective Practices in Community Supervision:
EPICS is model of community supervision that adheres to the RNR framework by teaching practitioners core correctional practices and how to use these during contact sessions with offenders to target criminogenic needs.
Click here for more information about UC's EPICS programs.