The TJC Initiative seeks to improve public safety and to enhance the success of individuals returning to the community from local jails through implementation of an innovative, evidence-informed transition models.
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
Sustaining Systems Change: Findings from a Transition from Jail to Community Initiative Stakeholder Survey
The authors review the literature relevant to the study of violence and safety in women’s prison.
National Institute of Corrections Drug-Free Prison Zone Project: Evaluation Component for Each of Eight State Sites: Final Report
Results from projects implementing new strategies for drug interdiction within an institutional setting are presented. This compilation includes findings from final evaluation reports provided by Maryland, California, Kansas, New York, and Florida.
This describes the training programs and technical assistance available from the NIC Academy Division through an interagency partnership with OJJDP.
Technical Assistance, Information, and Training for Adult Corrections: All Corrections Disciplines, Jails, Prisons, [and] Community Corrections [Service Plan: October 1, 2009 - September 30, 2010]
The National Institute of Correction's (NIC's) Service Plan for fiscal year 2010 contains opportunities available to those working in local, state, and federal corrections.
2016 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium: Interactive Instruction Ignites Learning Proceedings Document
This Proceedings Document reflects all the key content and activities of the three-day 2016 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting September 6-7, 2017.
Meeting the Challenge in Correctional Mental Health Care: The Prison Experience [Videoconference Held June 19, 2002]
Information that ensures continuity of care and adequate treatment for mentally ill offenders for partnerships is provided.
This 3-hour program focuses on the experiences Missouri and Michigan had implementing the TPC transition process.
This 32-hour program explains the preparation, presentation, and platform delivery skills