This report describes the TJC initiative, discusses the implementation experiences, and presents findings from the systems change evaluation.
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.
The outcome evaluation [for the Women Offender Case Management Model (WOCMM) implemented in Connecticut probation] focuses on determining whether participation in the project reduces future involvement in the criminal justice system as measured by recidivism over a fixed length follow-up period.
This publication provides correctional professionals with a framework to gain a general understanding of sustainability practices and principles.
This handbook supports an overall strategy to reduce recidivism and enhance community safety through successful offender reentry.
This brief covers the need to better identify effective strategies to help women overcome challenges as they transition to their communities.
This bulletin highlights the ways career resource centers are being used to improve the long-term employment prospects of offenders.
This online learning resource describes an essential ingredient in programs that help offenders reenter the community upon their release from jail.
This report is essential reading for individuals wanting to achieve measurable reductions of pretrial misconduct and post-conviction reoffending.