The Annual Meeting will provide relevant, timely, and thought-provoking educational sessions, and offer attendees the opportunity to learn, grow, and network.
This webinar will help attendees learn how to develop their own team, from the ground up, covering topics such as the building blocks of police homeless outreach and leveraging community partnerships to end homelessness.
The conference will offer hundreds of workshops, meetings, and events where attendees can educate themselves and have the opportunity to network.
The training institute will offer an interactive learning experience for professionals involved in the community corrections, juvenile justice, and treatment professions.
The foundation provides funding for projects that support the core values of racial equity, economic well-being, and fundamental fairness for all.
This symposium is for law enforcement professionals to learn from experts in the field about resources and best practices when developing comprehensive officer safety and wellness strategies.
This webinar will feature counties that have implemented policies and practices that identify frequent utilizers of emergency rooms, shelters, crisis services, and the justice system and will show how this information can be used to connect people with appropriate treatment and services.
This training will help law enforcement and other service providers learn effective de-escalation communication skills and techniques.
This webinar will explore ways communities can better support young people who find themselves at the intersections of youth homelessness and juvenile justice.
The fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.
This year’s summit will offer workshops on an array of topics, such as how to make programmatic changes based on research and data, collective impact in the mentoring field, and mentoring youth who have mental illnesses.
Since 1988, this annual conference has been a leader in promoting the development of the research base essential to improved service systems for children and youth with mental health challenges and their families, including youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Jurisdictions are invited to apply for this unique training and technical assistance opportunity to use data-driven and research-informed approaches to examine and address factors contributing to length of stay for youth in post-adjudication placement and strengthen policies and practices affecting length of stay for youth.
The conference will offer information on teen, peer, youth, and student court and jury diversion programs, which are volunteer-driven programs that harness positive peer pressure in a peer judgment setting.
This annual conference will bring people together to support the expansion of quality higher education in prison, discuss how to empower students in prison and after release, and to work to shape public discussion about education and incarceration.
This 44-hour training experience will prepare participants to deliver the Thinking for a Change program to incarcerated people.
Stepping Up recently premiered an animated video describing how counties can collect accurate, accessible data on the number of people entering their jails who have mental illnesses, a critical first step for making measurable reductions to the prevalence of mental illness in jails.
The training institute features a portfolio of on-site training opportunities addressing critical topics in juvenile justice, including probation system review training and multi-system information and data sharing.
A School Responder Model is a behavioral health response to school infractions that provides an alternative to exclusionary school discipline and justice system referral by addressing the root causes of behavior through community-based supervision.
The general fund budget was signed into law by Alabama Governor Robert Bentley and will go into effect on October 1, 2016, bringing appropriations in FY2016 and FY2017 for justice reinvestment implementation to a total of more than $42 million.