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Sustaining Systems Change: Findings from a Transition from Jail to Community Initiative Stakeholder Survey

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.

A National Survey of Mental Health Screening and Assessment Practices in Juvenile Correctional Facilities (2017)

Mental health screening and assessment is crucial within juvenile correctional facilities (JC).

The Continuing Leverage of Releasing Authorities: Findings from a National Survey

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.

Crime Survivors Speak: The First-Ever National Survey of Victims' Views on Safety and Justice

The National Survey of Victims’ Views helps fill the gaps in knowledge on how victims experience the criminal justice system.

Analyzing Bond Supervision Survey Data: The Effects of Pretrial Detention on Self-Reported Outcomes

This study's aim is to shed light on what the impact of pretrial detention may be on several non-Criminal Justice related outcomes.

An Opinion Survey of the Community Corrections Collaborative Network: Where the Community Corrections Field Is Going and What It Needs to Get There

This is a survey of those in community corrections. Results show support for innovation, systems change, collaboration and training.               

51-Jurisdiction Survey of Solitary Confinement Rules in Juvenile Justice Systems

This survey provides an overview of policies governing the solitary confinement of juveniles in 50 states and the District of Columbia.

CCJ and COSCA Survey of Evidence-Based Practices in Sentencing & Probation Findings

This survey indicates that juvenile probation is a function of the judicial branch in 45 states and the District of Columbia.

Protected and Served?

Lambda Legal conducted a national study of the experiences individuals have with police, courts, prisons and school security.

No Entry: A National Survey of Criminal Justice Diversion Programs and Initiatives

Results are provided from a national survey of criminal justice diversion programs and initiatives.


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