This is the first survey of parole boards in nearly 10 years. It provides a database for understanding the policy and practice of releasing authorities.
The National Survey of Victims’ Views helps fill the gaps in knowledge on how victims experience the criminal justice system.
This study's aim is to shed light on what the impact of pretrial detention may be on several non-Criminal Justice related outcomes.
This survey indicates that juvenile probation is a function of the judicial branch in 45 states and the District of Columbia.
Lambda Legal conducted a national study of the experiences individuals have with police, courts, prisons and school security.
Results are provided from a national survey of criminal justice diversion programs and initiatives.
This report documents knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding innovation U.S. criminal justice leaders.
Depression, PTSD, and Comorbidity in United States Corrections Professionals: Prevalence and Impact on Health and Functioning
The purpose of this study was to estimate prevalence rates for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and comorbid PTSD/depression in corrections professionals.
This study examines the extent to which programs incorporate the components of restorative justice and provides an inventory of RJ programs.
Children, Parents, and Incarceration: Descriptive Overview of Data from Alameda and San Francisco County Jails
This survey identifies who is a parent, how incarceration affects children, and what types of resources are needed for children to maintain contact.