The TJC Initiative seeks to improve public safety and to enhance the success of individuals returning to the community from local jails through implementation of an innovative, evidence-informed transition models.
Sustaining Systems Change: Findings from a Transition from Jail to Community Initiative Stakeholder Survey
This a new brief from the Stepping Up partners designed to help counties identify the number of people booked into jails who have serious mental illnesses (SMI) and to better connect these individuals to treatment.
This paper describes some of the more common methods for evaluating correctional programs, and is designed to address program effectiveness.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting September 6-7, 2017.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Jail Public Information Officer Network Meeting August 2016.
Review of the Literature on Jail Diversion Programs and Summary Recommendations for the Establishment of a Mental Health Court and Crisis Center within Douglas County, Kansas
New and modified diversion strategies have also been implemented in the last 15 years.
The TJC model includes the components necessary to facilitate successful transition from jail. Phase 2 pays greater attention to pretrial practices.
Issues surrounding the prevention of inmate suicide in jails are addressed. Lessons learned from two case studies and two legal cases are covered.
This report reviews which agencies in each state provide rules or best practices to local jails on mail and what people in jail may send or receive.
An interactive map from Vera that provides information on the incarcerate rate in jails for every county in the United States.