Research

Interviews

Importing Innovation: the Challenges and Rewards of Transplanting a Program from One Nation to Another

Importing Innovation: the Challenges and Rewards of Transplanting a Program from One Nation to Another

Simon Fulford, chief executive of Khulisa U.K., explains how and why his not-for-profit brought a successful South African prisoner reentry program to the United Kingdom.

Audio

Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell

Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell

Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell discusses how law enforcement leadership can promote new “smart” strategies–including community engagement and prevention-oriented diversion approaches–that can effectively and efficiently keep communities safe, address the symptoms and causes of criminal activity, and alleviate prison overcrowding. (August 2014)

Interviews

Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell

Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell

Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell discusses how law enforcement leadership can promote new “smart” strategies–including community engagement and prevention-oriented diversion approaches–that can effectively and efficiently keep communities safe, address the symptoms and causes of criminal activity, and alleviate prison overcrowding. (August 2014)

Publications

Identifying and Responding to Sex Trafficking: A Guide for the Courts

Identifying and Responding to Sex Trafficking: A Guide for the Courts

Courts can play a crucial role in not only identifying victims of sex trafficking, but linking them to needed services. This guide provides judges and court staff with concrete steps to enhance their ability to respond effectively and sensitively to these difficult cases.

Publications

Tribal Justice and Sex Trafficking: Implications for State Court Response

Tribal Justice and Sex Trafficking: Implications for State Court Response

Native American women experience the highest rates of domestic violence, sexual violence and sex trafficking of any group in the United States. Since an effective response requires interagency coordination and informed decision-making, it is imperative that state courts have a working knowledge of tribal justice and that each state court build respectful, collaborative relationships with their tribal justice system colleagues.

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