This report is intended to provide a comprehensive review of best practices in the assessment, treatment, and risk management of persons who have sexually offended.
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
Best Practices in the Assessment, Treatment, and Risk Management of Persons Who Have Sexually Offended
Are you and your agency knowledgeable of commonly abused and/or misused prescription medications in correctional settings? Have you considered prescription drugs which can be used as weapons?
In order to ensure that a library is meeting the needs of its users, the library must be able to assess its services, including its collections, and understand how those are meeting the requirements of its community.
Veteran Response Teams are improving outcomes for these veterans and minimizing hostile and sometimes volatile situations for both law enforcement officers and the veterans.
Learn about how current community hepatitis A outbreaks are affecting correctional jurisdictions, and how you can prevent cases from becoming outbreaks in your own facilities.
Replication Validation of the Employment Retention Inventory: An Assessment Tool of the National Institute of Corrections
This report summarizes findings from the Urban Institute’s replication validation of the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Employment Retention Inventory (ERI).
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Jail Public Information Officer Network Meeting 2017.
Sustaining Systems Change: Findings from a Transition from Jail to Community Initiative Stakeholder Survey
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.
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.