In 2016, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention began awarding grants to states seeking to revamp their juvenile diversion policies and practices, with the goal of reducing formal system contact, improving youth outcomes, and reducing racial and ethnic disparities. In this webinar, presenters will share lessons learned from this and other juvenile diversion improvement initiatives
The National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs annual conference will delve into complex care ecosystems that exist across the country and explore how collaboration is foundational to this work.
This webinar will offer tips on managing data and information sharing for people who frequently utilize multiple systems such as emergency rooms, shelters, and jails.
This two-day conference will serve as a public statement conveying that people from across the ideological spectrum are committed to pursuing smart, fair, and effective criminal justice and public safety policies.
The institute, designed for community corrections professionals, provides participants with a fundamental understanding of competencies critical to successful development as leaders in their field.
Developed specifically for juvenile probation, detention, and corrections professionals, this training provides research-based instruction that increases juvenile justice practitioner knowledge and develops and enhances skills to support effective and safe interactions with youth.
Participants will learn about trends in litigation and legislative reforms related to access to medication to treat opioid addiction and how to develop, fund, and implement best practices in their own communities to improve outcomes for people with opioid addictions.
This webinar will discuss how the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department successfully expanded its implementation of Thinking for a Change and how the department was able to implement evidence-based practices with fidelity, integrity, and continued quality improvement.
Selected sites will receive consultation and technical assistance to undertake a comprehensive Probation System Review through a dedicated two-year partnership.
This initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, focuses on developing academic-based, transdisciplinary crisis intervention training to educate, train, and prepare law enforcement officers so that they are equipped to appropriately interact with people who have mental illnesses and intellectual and developmental disabilities in the course of completing their job responsibilities.
Participants will learn from businesses that have found success by exploring new pools of talent in their communities, including employees with disabilities and formerly incarcerated individuals.
The National Association of Counties (NACo) is seeking applications to support counties in their exploration, learning, and action in understanding the impact of housing quality, stability, and affordability on neighborhood and county health outcomes.
This training and technical assistance conference is the second annual conferences devoted to the development and support of pre-arrest deflection efforts across the United States, as well as to the promotion of strategies to build the treatment and fund capacity to sustain them.
The Prison Research and Innovation Network will be a community of practice for state departments of corrections interested in leveraging research, data, and evidence to inspire improvements in prison environments.
The grant program will assist local, state, and tribal governments in converting reentry and permanent supportive housing service contracts into outcomes-based contracts in order to ensure accountability and improve performance.
The symposium will feature training as well as the opportunity to network and share innovative approaches being implemented in juvenile justice systems throughout the country.
The conference will include topics that address contemporary or emerging issues confronting the law enforcement profession and leaders of law enforcement agencies.
The conference will provide culturally appropriate continuing legal education to tribal judges, peacemakers, and court personnel.
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.
The training is designed to enable investigators and prosecutors to proactively identify victims of labor trafficking and effectively investigate and prosecute these crimes using best practices and a trauma-centered approach.