Patricia L. Hardyman
National Institute of Corrections Prison Classification Peer Training and Strategy Session: What's Happening with Prison Classification Systems? September 6-7, 2000 Proceedings
Proceedings from this two-day national forum on classification and information system related problems are provided.
Critical Issues and Developments in Prison Classification
In order to enable correctional administrators to anticipate further improvements in objective classification, this bulletin provides a summary of
Internal Prison Classification Systems: Case Studies in Their Development and Implementation
The development, implementation, impact assessment, and refinement of objective internal classification systems are examined.
Revalidating External Prison Classification Systems: The Experience of Ten States and Model for Classification Reform
Work undertaken by the participating states is described, an outline of the fundamental tasks required for a revalidation effort is provided, and e
Developing Gender-Specific Classification Systems for Women Offenders
A report which highlights the results of two cooperative agreements from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) addressing the critical need f
Prisoner Intake Systems: Assessing Needs and Classifying Prisoners
Tasks, assessments, and technology used in prisoner intake systems are examined.
Prison Staffing Analysis: A Training Manual with Staffing Considerations for Special Populations
This manual provides guidance that “will enable an agency staffing administrator to set up an agency staffing analysis unit and produce a staffing
Objective Prison Classification: A Guide for Correctional Agencies
Classification systems help minimize the potential for prison violence, escape, and institutional misconduct.