Police Perspectives Guidebook Series
Building Trust in a Diverse Nation
Using Video Technology to Treat Substance Users on Probation and Parole in South Dakota
Improving Parole Outcomes for Native Americans in South Dakota
Interview with Elizabeth Swavola
Women in jail are the fastest growing correctional population in the country—increasing 14-fold between 1970 and 2014. Yet there is surprisingly little research on why so many more women wind up in jail today. To learn more, read the report and see what's happening in your community using the Incarceration Trends data tool.
Interview with Alan Jenkins
Interview with Captain Altovise Love-Craighead
Philadelphia Police Department Captain Altovise Love-Craighead discusses the fundamentals of trauma-informed policing including how de-escalation can interrupt cycles of violence. The central tenets of trauma-informed policing are introduced and examples are given as to how these principles can be applied in real-world policing situations.
Maximizing the Potential of VOCA Funding for Underserved Survivors
A look at how bail, fines, and fees in the criminal justice system impact poor communities in New Orleans
Second Chance Pell Convening event in Washington, DC, July 19, 2016
Developing Quality Postsecondary Education Programs in Prison
With its July 2015 announcement of the Second Chance Pell Pilot Program, the U.S. Department of Education ushered in what could be a new era of expanded opportunities for postsecondary education in our nation’s prisons. The Second Chance Pell Pilot makes students incarcerated in state and federal prisons eligible for need-based financial aid in a l...