This 60-minute training session explains how to improve the correctional intake and classification process for LGBTI inmates.
An overview of the work done by collaborative partnerships to design and validate gender-responsive risk and needs assessments for female offenders is provided.
The use of an objective classification system (OCS) is described.
This document covers thirty-four standards on effective procedures governing the release or detention of arrested individuals.
This issue includes: Foreword, by Richard Geaither, National Institute of Corrections Jails Division; You Can Do It: Putting an End to Pharmacy Cost Increases, by Mike Kalonick, Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office, and more.
Classification of High-Risk and Special Management Prisoners: A National Assessment of Current Practices
This document looks at the procedures used to classify high-risk inmates and inmates with mental illness or medical problems.
Areas in which jails tend to be deficient, suggesting the need for new or revised forms of NIC assistance are identified.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting July 2003.
Revalidating External Prison Classification Systems: The Experience of Ten States and Model for Classification Reform
This report provides an outline of a classification revalidation effort and external classification trends and lessons learned.
National Institute of Corrections Prison Classification Peer Training and Strategy Session: What's Happening with Prison Classification Systems? September 6-7, 2000 Proceedings
These proceedings cover information from this two-day national forum on classification and information system related problems.