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The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Prepare Job Seekers for Employment

This publication will explain how to use tools and proven strategies that can greatly increase post-release success of justice-involved individuals.

The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Engage and Partner with Stakeholders

This publication explains how offender employment specialists can creates partnerships with other organizations that work with ex-offenders. 

The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Use Labor Market Information to Target High-Growth Occupations

This publication will explain how employment practitioners can be familiar with labor market information resources, and how to interpret the data.

Proceedings of the Large Jail Network Meeting Aurora, Colorado, March 23 – 25, 2014

Proceedings of the Large Jail Network Meeting Aurora, Colorado, March 23 – 25, 2014 Proceeding of the Large Jail Network Meeting: March 2014.

Mapping the Criminal Justice System to Connect Justice-Involved Individuals with Treatment and Health Care under the Affordable Care Act

This guide is for jurisdictions interested in using system mapping to maximize opportunities integration and efficiency through the ACA.

The Norval Morris Project At the National Institute of Corrections

This report describes the first ten years of NIC's Norval Morris Project.

Fifty State Survey of Mandatory Reporting Statutes

Mandatory reporting state statutes regarding the sexual abuse of children are compiled and reported.

The Corrections Profession: Maintaining Safety and Sanity, Part 2

This program is the second of a two-part webinar, and covers the physical and emotional challenges faced by correctional personnel. 

Evidence Based Decision Making from Principle to Practice

This report presents information that will result in reductions of pretrial misconduct and post-conviction reoffending.

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