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A state unified system is one in which there is an integrated state-level prison and jail system.
Demographics, turnover, and leadership development for four levels of correctional management (e.g., executive leaders, senior leaders, managers, a
"[A]reas in which jails tend to be deficient, suggesting the need for new or revised forms of NIC assistance" are identified (p.2).
This issue includes: Foreword, by Richard Geaither, National Institute of Corrections Jails Division; You Can Do It: Putting an End to Pharmacy Cos
Changes and forces that may affect the programming of the National Institute of Corrections are analyzed and commented on.
Results are presented from an investigation into the manner in which prison inmates are transferred between correctional authorities and the reason
"This report provides a profile of each state's corrections systems and the agencies and processes involved in planning for and releasing inmates f
This issue contains: “Foreword” By Richard Geaither; “An Interview with NIC Jails Division Chief Virginia Hutchinson” by Connie Clem; “Applying New
Issue contents are: “Foreword” by Kermit Humphries; “An Overview of NIC’s Transition from Prison to the Community Initiative” by Peggy B.
The Transition from Prison to the Community (TPC) Initiative, launched by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is described.
The use of evidence-based practices to improve discretionary parole system is explained.
"This article examines five key attributes of partnership and collaboration deemed essential as the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) devel
The Kansas Offender Risk Reduction & Reentry Plan (KOR3P) is described.
"This article describes the evolution of the Georgia Parole Board's business-oriented data and performance leadership model" (p. 35).
Some of the improvements made to Oregon's offender reentry transition process are highlighted.
The use of reach-in to improve the transition process is explained.
This article highlights the "flagship" of Indiana's reentry initiatives -- the Plainfield Reentry Educational Facility (PREF).
Gender-responsive offender reentry efforts for female offenders in Rhode Island are discussed.
The use of the Transition from Prison to the Community (TPC) model to improve offender transition in Missouri is explained.
Articles in this issue include:
The Colorado Improving Supervised Pretrial Release (CISPR) Project, an innovative pretrial initiative, is described.
The use of the Step Forward program offered by the Oakland County Community Corrections Division (OCCCD) is explained.
Results from a study of the non-specialization of individuals charged with domestic violence (DV) and the relationship between DV and assaultive an
Pretrial rearrest among New York domestic violence (DV) defendants is examined.