An NIC Training broadcast that explores the effects of working in corrections. Strategies to address corrections stress are discussed.
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting March 2016. Topics include restrictive housing and officer wellness.
This white paper is based on interviews of key players in jurisdictions where Veterans Treatment Courts have been operating with marked success.
This NIC training broadcast focuses on the vital role that Public Information Officers (PIOs) play in the local jail and how they influence public safety.
2015 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium: Innovations in Training and Learning Delivery Proceedings
This document sequentially highlights all the key content and activities of the two-and-a-half day 2015 NIC Learning and Performance Symposium.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the NIC Chief Jail Inspectors Network Meeting on September 2015.
Creative Ideas for Institutional and Community Corrections Agencies to Partner with Crime Victim Assistance Organizations and Agencies to Promote 2016 National Crime Victims' Rights Week: Serving Victims. Building Trust. Restoring Hope.
This document contains creative ideas about how correctional agencies can partner with victim assistance organizations to promote 2016 NCVRW.
The Reentry of Formerly Incarcerated Persons: Key Accomplishments, Challenges, and Future Directions; A Report on the National Reentry Symposium: Promising Practices and Future Directions
A summary of the DOJ, BOP and NIC's co-sponsored National Reentry Symposium: Promising Practices and Future Directions from September 2015.
Medicaid Administrative Claiming and Targeted Case Management: Opportunities for Public Safety [Webinar]
This webinar defines roles that criminal justice professionals play in Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) and Targeted Case Management (TCM).
EBDM is a method of applying empirical knowledge and research principles to justice system decisions made at the case, agency, and system level.