the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
Full list of the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) results
Pa. models a streamlined approach to inmate management– 1
In Pennsylvania, the Department of Corrections found a better way to assign inmates among its 25 facilities
Inmates dismantle a prison – with admin approval–
In addition to the savings in cost and to the environment, the project provided inmates with job-training skills
Greening corrections impacts more than the environment–
In the field of “green corrections,” the triple winners of saving money, developing inmate job skills and helping the environment drive administrators’ interest
How a New York prison is using UAS detection tech–
The facility is using the tech to thwart any attempts to use drones to deliver illicit items
Officer-worn cameras expand point of view– 5
Seeking to keep costs down and reduce liability while improving officer safety, some law enforcement departments are turning to officer-worn video cameras as an additional crimefighting tool.
Mapping parole caseloads in R.I. and Colo.– 1
Corrections departments in Colorado and Rhode Island are finding that mapping software is making their jobs much easier and efficient as well as allowing better supervision of offenders.