Click below to view webinar descriptions, speakers, and presentation materials. With millions of newly eligible Americans now having access to both health and behavioral health care services, meeting this demand will require providers to look at innovative new approaches and toward maximizing what the evidence says about effectiveness of current practices.
Attendees heard from court administrators about the process of applying for grant funds and showcase strategies for integrating court functions into criminal justice resource planning. Oversight and Standardization This webinar demonstrated how two states leveraged existing law enforcement expertise to improve taskforce communication, command and control structures, operational capacity and investigative outcomes.
Introduction to Courts and the Legal System. Provides students with an opportunity to be knowledgeable consumers of criminal justice research.
Each team member is responsible for posting their own. Generally, those crimes in which the offender is more likely to be a relative or acquaintance of the victim, such as homicide and aggravated assault, have a higher likelihood of being solved.
How the Affordable Care Act Can Impact Criminal Justice Systems will examine how the expansion of Medicaid and creation of insurance exchanges may impact state and local criminal justice systems.
Understanding State and Federal Resources webinar. Special Topics in Corrections B. This is due to their numbers, less cohesive ties, and less organized methods of operation.
Although economic factors are often considered a central component to variations in crime, research shows that factors such as police officers per capita and prison population may have a greater impact on the crime rate.
By discussing reform efforts that have fallen short of their goals this webinar will help policy makers, SAAs, and program developers more effectively utilize their limited resources.
Presenters will also describe state and local planning efforts currently underway in Illinois to leverage these new resources to reduce recidivism and build public safety. What would happen if these connections were severed or lost. This company found it profitable in the s to serve warrants and chase down individuals running from the law.
Through the use of evidence based mental health, substance abuse and wrap around services, these programs are working with returning citizens to improve protective factors and lower risk factors associated with recidivism. Whereas the old, traditional prison gangs attempted to get along with prison staff and presented an outward cooperative attitude, today's diverse neighborhoodbased groups have demonstrated no inclination to cooperate with correctional staff.
Representatives from the Oregon and Illinois State Administrating Agencies SAAs also shared some of the ways that state grant making agencies can support efforts of sub-grantees to find sustainable state or local funding. Second, high incarceration rates are believed to serve as a deterrent, discouraging others from committing future crimes.
In some counties all probationers are convicted of a felony. Topics vary as new issues arise.
How can we better improve the approach in which criminal justice agencies combat cyber-crime on a global scale. Crime statistics from law enforcement do not tell the entire story of crime. Advanced Information Sharing Presented by Paul Wormeli, former executive director of the IJIS Institute, this webinar focused on national trends in technology and moving from data aggregation and warehousing to analysis and predictive capabilities.
In your paper be sure to analyze the following: Download slides As criminal justice agencies seek to promote change, address public safety concerns or plan for resource allocation, they often look to established commissions, boards and councils.
It is important to recognize that in today's fast moving, information based society, the citizen's viewpoint has taken on new relevance for individuals in public service. John Schools and Demand Reduction John Schools and Demand Reduction will focus on and explore the evidence base, prevalence and successes of John School programs and other demand reduction techniques being used throughout the nation.
What Is the State of Crime in California. Consideration of youth as both offenders and victims. The "driveby shooting" mentality has moved from the inner city right into our cell-blocks. It is important to note that there is also significant variation in crime rates among the regions of California.
Attendees were encouraged to apply for this opportunity at the summit. Drug Prevention and Treatment. This webinar, Strengthening Court Systems:. A new report, Trends in Sentencing and Corrections: State Legislation, by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), describes recent legislative trends that are contributing to declines in numbers of persons under correctional supervision, safer communities and more effective use of.
Official site of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Corrections Today, Nov/Decp.90 Deincarceration The Safety and Justice Challenge is an Trends in Criminal Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative Aimed at reducing admissions to corrections systems and lengths of stay, changing incentives for systems players.
the dramatic expansion of the criminal justice system in the last 40 years, felony disenfranchisement has affected the political voice of many communities. Today, million Americans are FACT SHEET: TRENDS IN U.S. CORRECTIONS 8 This fact sheet was updated June The Criminal Justice Corrections program builds a critical foundation for employment in the field of institutional or community-based corrections.
A strong base in social and/or behavioral science curriculum will also be provided. Correctional Trends Development and Operations of Institutions Development and Operations of Community Based Corrections Future and Current Issues facing Prison Administrators Roles and Issues of Alternate Corrections Conclusion References Trends within the criminal justice system continue to.Criminal justice trends corrections