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Environmental Scan 2016

This report gives a broad overview of selected current and anticipated trends. It can used by corrections professional to inform their work.

Technology In Corrections

This package page contains information about many technologies in order to provide information on the biggest trends in technology for the corrections field.

Environmental Scan 2015

This report gives a broad overview of selected current and anticipated trends. It can used by corrections professional to inform their work.           

Educational Technology in Corrections, 2015

This report informs corrections education professionals as they provide technologies to strengthen and expand educational and reentry services.

Visions of Law Enforcement Technology in the Period 2024-2034: Report of the Law Enforcement Futuring Workshop

This report describes results from the Law Enforcement Futuring Workshop, whose objective was to identify high-priority technology needs.

Bridging the Gap: Improving the Health of Justice-Involved People through Information Technology

These proceedings address the importance of using emerging HIT with mental health and substance use disorders by justice-involved people.

Corrections Innovations Needs Tool

This interactive tool allows users to leverage the research in the report and also to see how the identified priorities would change.

Corrections Technology and Practice Taxonomy

This website is an interactive technology and practice taxonomy that helps in identifying and categorizing potential corrections innovations.

Environmental Scan 2014

This report gives a broad overview of selected current and anticipated trends. It can used by corrections professional to inform their work.           

Fostering Innovation in Community and Institutional Corrections: Identifying High-Priority Technology and Other Needs for the U.S. Corrections Sector

This report identifies and prioritizes potential improvements in technology, policy, and practice in both community and institutional corrections.

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