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National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)

You're An Adult Now: Youth in Adult Criminal Justice Systems

This report from NIC looks at how adult corrections systems manage the youth offenders in jails, prisons and under community supervision.

The Corrections Learning Organization

This NIC White Paper explains how you can make your agency into a learning organization by utilizing the work of Peter Senge and following the example of the Blue Angels.

Training from A to E: Analysis to Evaluation

This paper provides learning performance professionals an overview of the importance of analysis and evaluation when providing training.

Working with Victims of Crime: An Integrated Approach for Community Supervision Professionals

This Guide provides a comprehensive overview of available information on victims’ rights and services.

Transition from Jail to Community (TJC) Initiative Phase 2 Site Reports

The TJC model includes the components necessary to facilitate successful transition from jail. Phase 2 pays greater attention to pretrial practices.

Basics and Beyond: Suicide Prevention in Jails

Issues surrounding the prevention of inmate suicide in jails are addressed. Lessons learned from two case studies and two legal cases are covered.

Myths & Facts - Why Incarceration Is Not the Best Way to Keep Communities Safe

This paper includes a list of myths and facts along with a research-based supporting document to show the effectiveness of community corrections.

Technical Resource Provider Handbook

The Technical Resource Provider (TRP) Handbook explains NIC policies and guidelines for delivery of technical assistance or training in the field.

An Opinion Survey of the Community Corrections Collaborative Network: Where the Community Corrections Field Is Going and What It Needs to Get There

This is a survey of those in community corrections. Results show support for innovation, systems change, collaboration and training.               

Corrections Stress: Peaks and Valleys

An NIC Training broadcast that explores the effects of working in corrections. Strategies to address corrections stress are discussed.

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