<p>Results from the Training Evaluation Project assessing the training offered by the National Institute of Corrections are presented. Evaluations are made of more recent trainings instead of those conducted during the pilot phase of this project.</p>
National Institute of Corrections Training Evaluation Project: 2008 Evaluation Results: Satisfaction, Learning, and Action Plan Progress
National Institute of Corrections Training Evaluation Project: 2008 Evaluation Supplement: Learning, Application, and Action Plan Progress
<p>Results from the Training Evaluation Project assessing the training offered by the National Institute of Corrections are presented.</p>
National Institute of Corrections Training Evaluation Project: Training, Leadership, and Organizational Change: Focus on CLD and MDF
<p>The primary purpose of this bulletin is to examine leadership from a 360 degree perspective, and to assess relationships between training, leadership, and organizational change.</p>
This article describes the evolution of the Georgia Parole Board's business-oriented data and performance leadership model.
Increasing Collaboration Between Corrections and Mental Health Organizations: Orange County Case Study
The use of the Mental Health Pretrial Release Program (MHPTR) by the Orange County Jail is discussed.
This guide is comprised of the following sections: introduction; what a justice assessment is; impact of the justice system assessment on detention and corrections bed space needs; approach to conducting a system assessment; steps in the assessment process; unique characteristics of Indian Country justice systems; summary; key parties in the tribal justice system; and structure of tribal justice systems.
Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Cognitive Behavioral Program for Offenders on Probation: Thinking for a Change
The effectiveness of "Thinking for a Change" -- a cognitive behavioral program for adult probationers -- is investigated.
Findings from a telephone assessment of state and federal practices for classifying women offenders are presented.
Report to the United States Congress on the Activities of the Office of Correctional Job Training and Placement During Fiscal Year 2000 (October 1, 1999, through September 30, 2000)
Highlights are provided of this Office's accomplishments and the status of correctional job training and placement in the U.S.
The author describes the experiences of probation and parole agencies from across the country that worked with NIC on developing innovative approaches to probation and parole violations and revocations.