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Research shows that there are a disproportionate number of justice involved individuals suffering from chronic illness and/ or mental health and su
"The program examined Veteran’s Courts, a component of the highly successful drug court concept.
This program on justice-involved veterans, highlights the lifesaving role being played by veterans treatment courts (VTCs) across the country.
"This white paper is based on a series of interviews, buttressed by personal observations, of key players in half a dozen jurisdictions where Veter
Nearly three million children under the age of 18 have a parent in jail or prison, and millions more have experienced their parents being arrested.
"Veterans Treatment Courts are one of the fastest growing criminal justice programs in the United States.
This webinar will:
Sentencing alternatives for veterans?
This white paper is based on a series of interviews, buttressed by personal observations, of key players in several jurisdictions where law enforce
This paper is the fourth in the National Institute of Corrections justice-involved veteran compendium project.
In line with directives from the White House, state authorities, and local officials, criminal justice agencies around the country have modified op
Risk and need (RNR) assessments have been administered in the criminal justice system for decades but often have not influenced professional decisi
Like its previous edition, Measuring What Matters, Second Edition helps agencies gather consistent and meaningful data to track the performance of
Do you want to develop a better understanding of the veteran-specific resources available to both criminal justice agencies and to veterans?
Develop a better understanding of the Veteran Sequential Intercept Model (V-SIM) and the intervention strategies and resources available at each in
The past two decades have enhanced our understanding of pretrial risk.