These documents comprise the instrument that auditors will use to audit the U.S. Department of Justice's PREA Standards for Community Facilities.
The results from a study of eight risk assessments used for determining which justice-involved youth are low-, moderate-, or high-risk for future delinquency are reviewed.
This meta-analysis explains how diversion reduces recidivism at a greater rate than traditional justice system.
A Community Court Grows in Brooklyn: A Comprehensive Evaluation of the Red Hook Community Justice Center: Final Report
This study examines the effectiveness of the RHCJC in tackling multiple problems that contribute to public safety in the local community.
Results from an evaluation of Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) programs are presented.
This report examines the impact of registry restrictions on sex offenders by housing locations, recidivism patterns, and the collateral consequences.
This website provides access to materials related to the National Institute of Justice’s Multisite Adult Drug Court Evaluation (MADCE).
This study documented the positive impact of drug courts in New York on re-arrest and re-conviction both.
The study is a quasi-experimental evaluation of 24 domestic violence courts throughout New York State.
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Correctional Education: A Meta-Analysis of Programs That Provide Education to Incarcerated Adults
This report examines the effectiveness of correctional education for incarcerated adults in the United States—ABE, ESL, ASE, GED, CTE, and PSE.