Results from key data and interviews provide recommendations for reducing offenders with behavioral health disorders cycling in and out of jail.
This report presents estimates of the number of jail inmates at midyear 2014 by sex, race, Hispanic origin, and conviction status.
This report highlights how the surest way to safely cut costs is to reduce the number of people who enter and stay in jails.
The Affordable Care Act and County Jails: A Practical Guide to Strategies and Steps for Implementation
This guide is meant to help Sheriffs and County Jail Administrators consider practical strategies and suggests steps that support cost savings and other benefits with the Affordable Care Act.
This brief will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the ACA and how it relates to county jails.
This brief addresses issues associated with suspending Medicaid coverage for prisoners.
This report reviews existing research and data to take a deeper look at our nation’s misuse of local jails and efforts to mitigate these results.
This article explains how incarcerated parents can make a recording of themselves reading a children’s book to give to their kids.
This report examines the structural intervention of providing one condom a week to inmates in the LA County Men’s Central Jail MSM unit.
This is article describes the legal consequences arising from a correctional officer having sex with an inmate.