This is a one page infographic about Trauma Informed Organizations.
Resources on Justice Involved Women - General
This report, the second in our two-part series, takes a closer look at the issues facing women who are currently incarcerated. The centerpiece of this report is a survey of women we conducted to learn more about their experiences prior to and during incarceration.
The authors review the literature relevant to the study of violence and safety in women’s prison.
The first Girl Scouts Beyond Bars (GSBB) program was founded in Baltimore as a pilot project between the Girl Scouts and the National Institute of Justice, arranging for formal visits between Scouts and their incarcerated mothers.
NIC News post. February 2, 2012.
NIC News post. May 9, 2013.
NIC News post. November 25, 2013.
NIC National Jail Exchange article, February 12, 2014.
Gender Responsive Interventions in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice: A Consumer's Guide to Understanding Research (2016)
This monograph underscores the need for policymakers and practitioners to understand the fundamentals of research in order to guide their work with justice involved women.
NRCJIW developed a series of Jail Tip Sheets on eight critical topics to facilitate the implementation of gender informed approaches with women in jail settings.