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National Institute of Corrections

Jail Reentry Planning: A Little Collaboration and Communication Go a Long Way

This article from the National Jail Exchange of the National Institute of Corrections describes how the Kent County Office of Community Corrections and the Kent County Sheriff’s Department in Michigan collaborated to launch a reentry system for individuals at a Kent County jail, under the Transition from Jail to Community (TJC) initiative.


BLOG: NCCD Now: Pay for Success

This month-long blog series from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency features entries from stakeholders, government officials, and service providers on what makes Pay for Success models innovative and effective.


What Employers Need to Know: 
5 Essential Elements for Fair Hiring

This document from the Legal Action Center, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and the National Workrights Institute provides guidance to employers and summarizes recommendations discussed in LAC’s recently released report, Best Practice Standards: The Proper Use of Criminal Records in Hiring.

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Is Public Safety Realignment Reducing Recidivism in California?

This publication by the Public Policy Institute of California evaluates the impact of California’s 2011 Public Safety Realignment Act, which shifts, from the state-level to the county-level, the supervision, custody, and treatment of individuals convicted of nonviolent, non-serious, and nonsexual crimes.

Safely Home

Safely Home

This report from the Youth Advocate Programs Policy and Advocacy Center highlights cost-effective, community-based alternatives to incarceration for high-needs youth.