This resource, hosted by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and developed by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, offers access to statistics on a variety of juvenile justice topics at the national, state, and county levels. Such […]
This publication offers considerations for corrections professionals regarding enhanced sentencing authority in tribal courts and provides tribes with a checklist to help guide discussions around the implementation of the new sentencing authority and other corrections issues.
This publication from the RAND Corporation identifies and prioritizes potential improvements in technology, policy, and practice in both community and institutional corrections.
This publication from The Sentencing Project highlights policy changes in both adult and juvenile justice systems in 30 states and the District of Columbia during 2014. Highlighted policy changes relate to sentencing, probation and parole, collateral consequences, juvenile justice, mental health and substance use treatment, and more.
This framework from the U.S. Department of Education provides information and tools to inform the instruction and assessment of employability skills.
The survey findings reveal variability regarding the extent to which respondents’ beliefs about various sex offender-related matters align with current research.
This article from the American Jail Association provides an overview of research and practice that point to the unique challenges faced by women who are involved with the justice system.
This guide from the Federal Trade Commission explains the legal rights of job applicants and employees regarding background checks.
This toolkit by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services trains frontline law enforcement officers on how to recognize and respond to child sex trafficking in the field.
This report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics describes the health status and the health services and treatment received by individuals incarcerated at state and federal prisons as well at local jails.