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  • A Review of the Jail Function Within State Unified Corrections Systems

    A state unified system is one in which there is an integrated state-level prison and jail system.

  • Results of Data Analysis: NIC Needs Assessment on Correctional Management and Executive Leadership Development

    Demographics, turnover, and leadership development for four levels of correctional management (e.g., executive leaders, senior leaders, managers, a

  • Issues in Jail Operations, 2003: Perspectives from State Jail Inspection Agencies

    "[A]reas in which jails tend to be deficient, suggesting the need for new or revised forms of NIC assistance" are identified (p.2).

  • LJN Exchange, Annual Issue 2004; Large Jail Network Exchange, Annual Issue 2004

    This issue includes: Foreword, by Richard Geaither, National Institute of Corrections Jails Division; You Can Do It: Putting an End to Pharmacy Cos

  • 2003 Environmental Scan Update

    Changes and forces that may affect the programming of the National Institute of Corrections are analyzed and commented on.

  • Environmental Scan Update - 2005

    Changes and forces that may affect the programming of the National Institute of Corrections are analyzed and commented on.

  • Interstate Transfer of Prison Inmates in the United States

    Results are presented from an investigation into the manner in which prison inmates are transferred between correctional authorities and the reason

  • Releasing Inmates from Prisons: Profiles of State Practices

    "This report provides a profile of each state's corrections systems and the agencies and processes involved in planning for and releasing inmates f

  • LJN Exchange, Annual Issue 2007; Large Jail Network Exchange, Annual Issue 2007

    This issue contains: “Foreword” By Richard Geaither; “An Interview with NIC Jails Division Chief Virginia Hutchinson” by Connie Clem; “Applying New

  • Topics in Community Corrections, Annual Issue 2007: Promising Strategies in Transition from Prison

    Issue contents are: “Foreword” by Kermit Humphries; “An Overview of NIC’s Transition from Prison to the Community Initiative” by Peggy B.

  • An Overview of NIC's Transition from Prison to the Community Initiative

    The Transition from Prison to the Community (TPC) Initiative, launched by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is described.

  • Rising to the Challenge of Applying Evidence-Based Practices Across the Spectrum of a State Parole System

    The use of evidence-based practices to improve discretionary parole system is explained.

  • Collaboration and Partnership in the Community: Advancing the Michigan Prisoner ReEntry Initiative

    "This article examines five key attributes of partnership and collaboration deemed essential as the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) devel

  • Providing Tools for Risk Reduction Case Management in Parole and Community Corrections

    The Kansas Offender Risk Reduction & Reentry Plan (KOR3P) is described.

  • Improving Parole Outcomes with Performance Leadership and Data: Doing What Works

    "This article describes the evolution of the Georgia Parole Board's business-oriented data and performance leadership model" (p. 35).

  • Working Together to Improve Reentry: Bridging Budgets and Programs, Public and Private, Prison and the Community

    Some of the improvements made to Oregon's offender reentry transition process are highlighted.

  • Ensuring Successful Offender Reentry: Umatilla/Morrow County "Reach-In" Services

    The use of reach-in to improve the transition process is explained.

  • Creating Better Transitions at Indiana's Plainfield Reentry Educational Facility

    This article highlights the "flagship" of Indiana's reentry initiatives -- the Plainfield Reentry Educational Facility (PREF).

  • Gender-Responsive Reentry in Rhode Island: A Long and Winding Road

    Gender-responsive offender reentry efforts for female offenders in Rhode Island are discussed.

  • Missouri Makes Its Move Toward a New Reentry Philosophy

    The use of the Transition from Prison to the Community (TPC) model to improve offender transition in Missouri is explained.

  • Improving Pretrial Assessment and Supervision in Colorado

    The Colorado Improving Supervised Pretrial Release (CISPR) Project, an innovative pretrial initiative, is described.

  • Pretrial Defendants: Are They Getting Too Much of a Good Thing?

    The use of the Step Forward program offered by the Oakland County Community Corrections Division (OCCCD) is explained.

  • Charge Specialty and Revictimization by Defendants Charged with Domestic Violence Offenses

    Results from a study of the non-specialization of individuals charged with domestic violence (DV) and the relationship between DV and assaultive an

  • Pretrial Rearrests Among Domestic Violence Defendants in New York City

    Pretrial rearrest among New York domestic violence (DV) defendants is examined.