This webinar highlights strategies, tools, examples, and best-practice models from across the country that juvenile justice agency managers, staff, and other practitioners may consider adopting to effectively implement family engagement practices and promote positive outcomes for youth in the juv
Effectively Implementing Family Engagement and Involvement Practices for Youth in the Juvenile Justice System [Webinar] (2017)
This report reviews which agencies in each state provide rules or best practices to local jails on mail and what people in jail may send or receive.
This publication explains how video visitation negatively impacts the families of inmates. A case study of Travis County, Texas is included.
This document discusses issues impacting the managing of senior/elderly inmates and offers suggestions on how to meet these challenges.
This report is about technology offenders use to communicate with people outside a correctional facility and problems associated with such use.
The impact of conjugal visitation on prison sexual assaults is investigated. States allowing these visits have a significant reduction in prison rapes.
This report discusses the challenges families face visiting their loved ones in prison and ways state policymakers can reduce these hardships.
This comprehensive website provides information for agencies considering using a for-profit video visitation system in their correctional facility.
The purpose of this guide is to inform the development of video visiting programs within a correctional setting.
The Impact of Family Visitation on Incarcerated Youth's Behavior and School Performance: Findings from the Families as Partners Project
This framework looks at how the lived experience of punishment differs from the punishment conceived by lawmaker.