This 32-hour program explains the preparation, presentation, and platform delivery skills
This report is about technology offenders use to communicate with people outside a correctional facility and problems associated with such use.
Healthcare Not Handcuffs: Putting the Affordable Care Act to Work for Criminal Justice and Drug Policy Reform
This paper is intended as a starting framework for criminal justice and drug policy advocates to navigate the ACA, and to take advantage of the conceptual and practical opportunities it offers for shifting the conversation and the landscape.
Developing a Policy on the Use of Social Media in Intelligence and Investigative Activities: Guidance and Recommendations
This report explains why law enforcement agencies should have a social media policy, and how to develop a social media policy.
Motivational Interviewing for Incarcerated Adolescents: Effects of Depressive Symptoms on Reducing Alcohol and Marijuana Use After Release
This study evaluates the efficacy of MI versus RT in reducing substance use outcomes for incarcerated adolescents.
The utilization of motivational interviewing (MI) by probation officers is explained.
This curriculum demonstrates communication skills that strengthen positive interaction, and identifies relationships impacted by cultural diversity.
Materials are provided for the basic communication skills training program used by correctional agencies to train officers and counselors.
Designed for counselors or other staff who run offender groups, this 16-hour course addresses group process strategies. The following lesson plan modules are provided:
This 24-hour program instructs participants in the development of a strategic action plan that will link training with agency needs.