Level of Service Inventory

The Level of Supervision Inventory (LSI) is a theoretically driven and empirically supported offender classification instrument developed in the early 1980s by Canadian psychologists Don Andrews and James Bonta. The LSI was updated and renamed the Level of Service Inventory–Revised ...

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