An interactive map from Vera that provides information on the incarcerate rate in jails for every county in the United States.
Vera Institute of Justice (New York, NY)
First-Episode Incarceration: Creating a Recovery-Informed Framework for Integrated Mental Health and Criminal Justice Responses
This report outlines an integrated framework that encourages mental health and criminal justice fields to collaborate when developing programs.
This website accesses the Incarceration Trend tool, which allows a jail to better understand its history of jail use and progress toward decarceration.
Culture, Language, and Access:; Key Considerations for Serving Deaf Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
This policy brief offers practical suggestions for expanding and enhancing Deaf survivors’ access to victim services and other supports.
Making PREA and victim services accessible for incarcerated people with disabilities: An implementation guide for practitioners on the adult and juvenile standards
The guide provides strategies to correctional agencies to aid compliance with PREA requirements for incarcerated people with disabilities.
This report highlights how the surest way to safely cut costs is to reduce the number of people who enter and stay in jails.
This report looks at most common misconceptions regarding solitary confinement while also describing promising alternatives reducing its use.
These proceedings address the importance of using emerging HIT with mental health and substance use disorders by justice-involved people.
This report reviews legislative reforms concerning collateral consequences in 41 states.
These research-based briefings review adolescent brain research, and the systemic causes of youth contact with the justice system.