Combines risk assessment and case management in one convenient evidence-based system.
The Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI) is a fully functioning case management tool and an assessment that measures the risk and need factors of late adolescent and adult offenders. This single application provides all the essential tools needed to aid professionals in treatment planning for and management of offenders in justice, forensic, correctional, prevention, and related agencies.
Developed to reflect the increasing knowledge base on offender risk assessment since the Level of Service Inventory–Revised (LSI-R™), LS/CMI has refined and combined the 54 LSI-R items into 43 items in Section 1. Ten additional comprehensive sections have been incorporated to further assist public safety professionals in their analysis of offender management.
Combines risk assessment and case management in one convenient evidence-based system
Provides all the essential tools needed to aid professionals in treatment planning for and management of offenders in justice, forensic, correctional, prevention, and related agencies
Assesses the rehabilitation needs of offenders, their risk of recidivism, and the most relevant factors related to supervision and programming requirements
Profile Reports summarize the results of an individual administration, providing scores for all scales.
Comparative Reports show progress over time, comparing up to four assessments for the same offender. They are free with the purchase of Profile Reports.
Case Management Reports provide an administrative summary of the criminogenic and noncriminogenic needs of the offender. They also list special responsivity considerations and include a discharge summary where applicable. This summary describes the off ender’s treatment progress status at the time of discharge, and recommendations for the future. They are free with the purchase of Profile Reports.
Follow-Up Reports are used to document major events for the offender such as reoffending or successful completion of treatment/supervision.
LS/CMI Offender History Form
The Offender History Form records assessment rationale and offender history information for a given LS/CMI assessment. The form is comprised of two parts: Reason for Assessment and General Criminal History and Offense Information.
LS/CMI QuikScore Form
The LS/CMI QuikScore™ form is professionally-completed and consists of eight sections.
LS/CMI Program Targets and Intervention Plan Form
The LS/CMI Program Targets and Intervention Plan Form assists with the documentation of targeted risk areas and the corresponding treatment/intervention.
LS/CMI Progress Record Form
The LS/CMI Progress Record Form assists in the documentation of the offender’s progress.
LS/CMI Interview Guide
The LS/CMI Interview Guide consists of questions necessary to obtain scores for the LS/CMI.
LS/CMI Case Management Protocol Form
The LS/CMI Case Management Protocol Form consists of three sections: the Case Management Plan, the Progress Record, and the Discharge Summary. The form is essential to the development of the case management.
LS/CMI ColorPlot™ Profile for Male Offenders Form
The LS/CMI ColorPlot™ Profile for Male Offenders Form is used to convert raw scores obtained from the QuikScore into T-scores.
The LS/CMI consists of 11 sections. The Level of Service Assessment (Section 1) can be used on its own with Level of Service Risk Assessment Interview Guides and QuikScore Forms. If you wish to use the full LS/CMI administration materials, include the LS/CMI Interview Guide, an Offender History Form, a QuikScore Form for recording responses, a Case Management Program, and a ColorPlot Profile Form. With the software format, all of these components are included in the program and you can instantly generate Profile Reports, Comparative Reports, and Case Management Reports.
Extensive scientific validation studies have been conducted on the LS/CMI's reliability and validity. Internal consistency as measured by Cronbach's alpha is high and has been very stable across multiple samples and populations. Research has also disclosed that the validity of the LS/CMI is strong and consistent.
The normative sample for the LS/CMI consists of 157,947 North American youth and adult offenders—60,156 American adults and youth offenders from 10 jurisdictions, and 97,791 Canadian community and institutionalized adult and youth offenders.
To administer the LS/CMI training is required for those who do not have the requisite b-level educational qualifications. Training is also recommended for those who need in-depth knowledge of the LS/CMI and its use and interpretation. By attending our LS/CMI User Training, you will learn necessary skills for interviewing an offender, accurately scoring an LS/CMI assessment, as well as enhancing the quality of case management, treatment planning, and service delivery.
Individuals interested in becoming an LS/CMI Trainer or Master Trainer should complete an LS/CMI Trainer Training session. For further details on becoming an MHS LS/CMI User, Trainer, or Master Trainer, please contact us at [email protected].
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Assess easily online from anywhere. Includes automatic scoring and report generation.
Requires software. Includes automatic scoring and report generation.
QuikScore forms are scored by hand without reports.
LS/CMI Training Kit with Manual includes LS/CMI singles Forms
LS/CMI Scoring Guide, 2 LS/CMI Interview Guides, 5 LS/CMI Sample Forms (Offender History Forms; QuikScore Forms; Case Management Protocols; ColorPlot Profiles), 1 LS/CMI Rating Test Interview DVD