The long term and unintended consequences of criminal justice fines, fees, and restitution are examined.
National Institute Of Justice (NIJ) (Washington, DC)
This study extends the original HOPE evaluations to an almost ten-year followup to deterime if the positive results persists after probation ends.
This paper attempts to describe the research on administrative segregation in enough detail that the reader can reach his or her own conclusions.
Crime, Violence & Victimization Research Division's Compendium of Research on Violence Against Women, 1993-2014
To give researchers and support providers easier centralized access to recent evidence-based findings, NIJ annually updates a compendium that includes an abstract of each grant research study with details on how to find further publications.
This bulletin proposes a new criminal justice paradigm for young men and women ages 18 to 24.
This website provides access to information that will help in making these decisions.
This report explores the potential to learn from errors in the criminal justice system by applying a sentinel event review approach.
This standard specifies the minimum requirements for restraints intended to be used by criminal justice personnel to restrain subjects.
This framework looks at how the lived experience of punishment differs from the punishment conceived by lawmaker.
The HOPE program — Hawaii's Opportunity Probation with Enforcement — is an experimental probation program that emphasizes the delivery of "swift and certain" punishment when a probationer violates conditions of probation.