Addressing unique needs

We promote evidence-based and research-informed policies and practices that improve the outcomes of unique populations involved in the criminal justice system, including women, young people, and those who have committed sexual offenses.

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Gender-Responsive an...

The prevailing research suggests that women in the justice system do more poorly than men across recidivism outcomes. Partnering with the Bureau of Pr...

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Gender-Responsive Po...

The NRCJIW is currently working in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), to develop a community version of the Gender-Respo...

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Gender-Informed Prac...

In 2008, the NRCJIW, in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections, developed the Gender-Informed Practice Assessment (GIPA) to expand t...

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Center for Sex Offen...

The Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM), led by CEPP from 1996 to 2019, was a national resource center that supported state and local jurisdicti...

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Reimagining justice solutions
Advancing system change
Strengthening community well-being