Walter Campbell is an associate and scientist in Abt Associates' Division of Health and Environment. His research has focused on community supervision and post-incarceration outcomes, including evaluations of home and field contacts, supervision risk scores, and the impact of distance between prison and an inmate's former residence.

Campbell is a doctoral candidate in criminal justice at Rutgers University. He earned master's degrees in criminal justice from Rutgers and in criminology from the University of Pennsylvania.

April 4, 2019

What We Don't Know About Parole and Probation

As we move away from mass incarceration, we need to figure out how visits by case officers are effective -- or aren't.