Objective jail classification (OJC) is a process of assessing every jail inmate's custody and program needs and is considered one of the most impor
Proceedings from this two-day national forum on classification and information system related problems are provided.
Work undertaken by the participating states is described, an outline of the fundamental tasks required for a revalidation effort is provided, and e
These proceedings are comprised of: Highlights of the Meeting Sessions; Stay Awake or You Will Trip Over the Future by Tom Esensten; Video Presenta
"[A]reas in which jails tend to be deficient, suggesting the need for new or revised forms of NIC assistance" are identified (p.2).
Results from a survey "designed to obtain information on the procedures used to classify high-risk inmates, particularly those in protective custod
This issue includes: Foreword, by Richard Geaither, National Institute of Corrections Jails Division; You Can Do It: Putting an End to Pharmacy Cos
The use of an objective classification system (OCS) is described.
An overview of the work done by collaborative partnerships to design and validate gender-responsive risk and needs assessments for female offenders
"Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI) and gender non-conforming inmates represent particularly vulnerable populations with unique
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