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Now Available: Webinar Recording for Developing Gender-Informed Disciplinary Policies
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From the National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women:

Click here to listen to a recorded version or to access the presentation slides for Developing Gender-Informed Disciplinary Policies in Women's Correctional Facilities, a June 18, 2014 webinar co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Corrections featuring:

  • Alyssa Benedict, CORE Associates, LLC
  • Andie Moss, The Moss Group, Inc.
  • Becki Ney, National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women (NRCJIW)

During the session, participants learned about:

  • Research guiding a gender responsive approach to discipline and sanctions. 
  • Innovative resources to enrich their understanding about what it means to be gender responsive in women's correctional settings.
  • The Gender-Informed Discipline and Sanctions Policy Guide, developed by the NRCJIW to assist women's facilities in developing gender-informed discipline and sanctions policies.

Webinar participants will be notified when a copy of the Gender-Informed Discipline and Sanctions Policy Guide is available.  If your agency has innovative and/or gender-responsive policies, protocols, practices to share, please email them to Rachelle Ramirez at rramirez@cepp.com. Thank you in advance!


This announcement is available at NIC's Gender-Responsive News for Women and Girls.  Feel free to forward to friends and colleagues.  Subscribe to the newsletter at http://nicic.gov/go/subscribe.

For additional resources on Justice-Involved Women go to NIC’s Women Offenders.




Posted Tue, Jul 15 2014 11:50 AM by Susan Powell

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