The program interviews Nancy G. La Vigne, Director, Justice Policy Center of The Urban Institute.
Resources on Justice Involved Women - Reentry
San Francisco Chief Adult Probation Officer Wendy Still discusses the importance of building partnerships with city agencies and community-based organizations, San Francisco’s plans to increase services as part of criminal justice realignment, the unique needs of female offenders, opportunities f
A compilation of a number of resource listings about survivors as they reenter their communities after being incarcerated in prison and/or jail.
A Meta-Analytic Review of Correctional Interventions for Women Offenders: Gender-Neutral Versus Gender-Informed Approaches (2016)
Gobeil, Renee, Kelley Blanchette and Lynn Stewart. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 43, No. 3.
National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women.
This brief covers the need to better identify effective strategies to help women overcome challenges as they transition to their communities.
This report describes the use of gender-responsive strategies with women involved in the community corrections system.