This article examines the facts and reasoning of Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders, including both the majority and dissenting approaches.
This report describes the TJC initiative, discusses the implementation experiences, and presents findings from the systems change evaluation.
The goal of this Toolkit is to provide jails of all sizes, political divisions, and geographic locations with a step-by-step guide for preventing, detecting, and eliminating sexual abuse of inmates in their custody – and for responding effectively to abuse when it occurs.
This brief presents the two-stage screening and assessment process to determine risk and needs levels that are a core element of the TJC model.
This brief explains why “it is imperative that jurisdictions use an effective case management process that includes a strong community handoff component, particularly at the moment of release, and that ensures continuity of care between in-jail and community-based programs and services.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting September 2012. Topics include outsourcing services.
These proceedings cover suicide prevention and marketing the jail inspection process and evaluation/close-out.
State Criminal Laws Prohibiting Sexual Abuse of Individuals Under Correctional Supervision: Consent as a Defense
This map shows those states that do or do not have laws addressing the issue of consent in a relationship between staff and inmates.
This map shows those states that do or do not have laws prohibiting the sexual abuse of individuals in jails.
These proceedings highlight what happened at the Large Jail Network Meeting March 2012.