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This report summarizes the first national review of the recidivism and post-release effects of the Prison Industries Enhancement Certification Prog
The relationship between religious conversion in correctional facilities and terrorist recruitment (radicalization) is examined.
This report should be required reading for anyone interested in or developing a domestic violence court.
Agencies using or looking into utilizing home detention will find this report interesting.
This study investigated the application of “empirically validated static and dynamic risk ma[r]kers for violence in the community to sexual predati
“Because there are significant policy implications associated with compressed workweeks in law enforcement, there is a great need for an examinatio
The effectiveness of various sex offender classification instruments is investigated.
“As information technology has increased the accessibility of criminal-history records, and concern for negligent-hiring lawsuits has grown, crimin
“This document is the final report for the NIJ research program “Advanced Behavior Recognition in Crowded Environments”.
The effectiveness of domestic violence courts to positively impact court processing, case resolutions, and recidivism is examined.
“Developed by crime scene experts, this comprehensive, step-by-step guide leads law enforcement through the crucial, first phase of the justice pro
Results from an evaluation of Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) programs are presented.
This report explains in detail how this research group “developed a prototype demonstration system that can measure an inmate’s heart rate, breathi
“Persons convicted of crime are subject to a wide variety of legal and regulatory sanctions and restrictions in addition to the sentence imposed by
"This report provides advice, tactics and information related to the use of TTWS [through-the-wall sensor] in operational settings.
"The use of body-worn cameras (BWCs) by criminal justice practitioners (e.g., patrol, corrections, SWAT and other tactical responders) offers poten
"Human trafficking, often called “modern-day slavery,” occurs on a massive scale, trapping thousands of victims in lives of incredible suffering wi
"Criminal justice professionals face immense challenges today to make communities safer and to equitably apply the law.
"Institutional and community corrections agencies face increasingly complex tasks and challenges today.
This is a great place to find up to date information about law enforcement body armor.
"This report describes the results of the Law Enforcement Futuring Workshop, which was held at RAND's Washington Office in Arlington, Virginia, fro
"Cell phones, smuggled in by guards or family members and activated with hard-to-trace prepaid calling plans, are a lifeline for criminals and gang
"This bulletin proposes a new criminal justice paradigm for young men and women ages 18 to 24.
This dissertation examines whether solitary confinement and time spent in solitary confinement impacts institutional conduct upon release from soli