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Published Title Author
09/16/2019 Insufficient Sleep and Mental Health Symptoms Caterina Spinaris
09/09/2019 NIJ’s Role Under the First Step Act The National Institute of Justice
09/02/2019 Mental Illness, Mass Shootings And Everyday Crime Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.
08/05/2019 It Feels Like We’re Losing The Streets-The Impossible World Of Corrections Research Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.
06/10/2019 Nothing Works For Offender Rehabilitation? Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.
06/03/2019 Girls in the Juvenile Justice System The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention with Samantha Ehrmann, Nina Hyland, and Charles Puzzanchera
05/28/2019 DPS Makes Two Key Appointments for Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice Association of State Correctional Administrators
05/20/2019 Position Statement from NCCHC: Adolescent Sleep Hygiene The National Commission on Correctional Health Care
04/29/2019 Security & Technology Terry Campbell
04/22/2019 Fighting Stress in the Law Enforcement Community Jim Dawson & National Institute for Justice
04/01/2019 How Weak Network Visibility Exposes Correctional Facilities to Cyberattacks Chris Pyne
03/18/2019 New Group Seeks To Reform Parole and Probation Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.
02/11/2019 Contraband Detection Technologies Joe Russo & Doris Wells, National Institute of Justice
12/24/2018 Holidays Are Dangerous Times Within Correctional Facilities William Sturgeon
12/03/2018 Corrections Takes Steps to Help Curb State’s Opioid Epidemic Rachel Friederich, Washington Department of Corrections
11/05/2018 The Global Challenge of Countering Violent Extremism in Prisons Robert Winters, JD
09/27/2018 SD prison chief gives public notice of high-risk inmate going free Friday capjournal.com- Stephen Lee



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