|Links to other sites|
Criminal Justice Journalists: The organization of Criminal Justice Journalists sends a daily email of major criminal justice stories written by their members, and appearing in national newspapers. Criminal Justice Journalists (CJJ) provides a summary of the nation's top crime and justice news stories with Internet links, if any. If you are interested in receiving their news report, Crime & Justice News, please go to their News Center site to search all archived CJN stories.
The World Justice Information Network: A site that specifically sends out information on international criminal justice news stories, including corrections in the US. and other countries, is WJIN: The World Justice Information Network. You will need to enroll with WJIN first, then sign up for the news clipping service.
|National Institute of Corrections: NIC provides training, technical assistance, information services and policy/program development assistance to federal, state and local corrections agencies; go to http://www.nicic.gov|
American Correctional Association: For numerous publications about the field of corrections, visit the website of the American Correctional Association, listed at http://www.aca.org
The Bureau of Justice Statistics: The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is the major source of criminal justice data; go to http://www.bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov for this website.
|Microsoft Office Online|
|American Correctional Association|
|Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)|
|United States Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/|
|Federal Bureau of Prisons: http://www.bop.gov|
|National Criminal Justice Reference Service: http://www.ncjrs.gov/|
|National Institute on Drug Abuse: The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) established a national research collaborative called Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) to study issues related to substance abuse treatment for adult and juvenile offenders. Some of the most prominent researches in the field are involved in CJ-DATS, as well as policy makers and criminal justice and drug treatment professionals in over 13 states and the national associations. At least 10 studies are currently in the field, including a national survey of criminal and juvenile justice practices. You can visit their website at http://www.cjdats.org to learn more about the research that is being conducted by the CJ-DATS collaborative. Please sign up for e-mails and electronic newsletters containing research findings.|