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    States of Women's Incarceration: The Global Context

    Mass incarceration in the United States is a hot topic in the news. The United States incarcerates 716 people for every 100,000 residents. That number is higher than any other country in the world. Most of those incarcerated are men, but hidden in the incarceration numbers are the number of women held in correctional facilities. The Prison Policy Initiative released a new report that compares the incarceration rate of women in individual U.S. states to other countries. This report, States of Women's...
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    Did You Know: The NIC Policy and Procedure Exchange

    All correctional agencies have a need for providing and maintaining a quality policy and procedure manual. It should provide clear and precise written directives for staff, offenders, and the community. While national standards, evidenced-based practices, effective past-practices, case law, regulations, and other recognized sources become good bases for “grounding” and justifying a given policy and procedure, it is generally helpful to see how other agencies have approached addressing...
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