An educator and caregiver’s toolkit to Idaho’s criminal justice system.
Children of inmates
Parents Behind Bars: Children of Incarcerated Family Members: Answers to Children’s Difficult Questions
This report attempts to discover how the children involved in the VOA initiative LUH feel while their mother has been incarcerated.
The report summarizes participants' recommendations, ways to reach this unique at-risk population, and evidence-based mentoring practices that can serve the needs and support the strengths of children of incarcerated parents.
Children in Foster Care with Parents in Federal Prison: A Toolkit for Child Welfare Agencies, Federal Prisons, and Residential Reentry Centers
The purpose of this toolkit is to help facilitate communication and cooperation between child welfare agencies and federal prisons so that parents can stay engaged in their children’s lives.
The purpose of this guide is to provide information to transgender parents and their attorneys to help them protect parent-child relationships and assist them when faced with disputes over child custody issues.
This report explains why sending parents to prison results in single-parent households, damages family ties, and exacerbates childhood poverty.
Sesame Workshop's initiative, Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration, provides much-needed bilingual (English/Spanish) multimedia tools for families with young children (ages 3-8) who have an incarcerated parent.
Children, Parents, and Incarceration: Descriptive Overview of Data from Alameda and San Francisco County Jails
This survey identifies who is a parent, how incarceration affects children, and what types of resources are needed for children to maintain contact.
The experiences of female inmates, their children, and the present caregivers of those children are examined.
Do No Harm: An Analysis of the Legal and Social Consequences of Child Visitation Determinations for Incarcerated Perpetrators of Extreme Acts of Violence Against Women
The right of a male batterer to visit his child(ren) is discussed.