News of Interest

News of Interest

| by Nathan Deal | The Washington Times
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal described his state’s success with criminal justice system reform in a recent opinion piece published by The Washington Times. Citing the financial benefits of this reform, he went on to note the potential positive long-term outcomes of rehabilitation and…
| by Kathy Park | Chronicle of Social Change
To achieve a positive impact for children and families, any child protection approach must be implemented well, championed by organizational leadership and culture, and reinforced with ongoing training and coaching. Kathy Park discusses this and more in her op-ed in the …
| by Kathy Park | The Chronicle of Social Change
The Structured Decision Making® (SDM) decision-support model in child protection…
| Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
NCCD researcher Caroline Glesmann was interviewed by the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange about NCCD’s new report on the growing population…
| by NCCD | Madison Magazine
Kathy Park is featured as the September "Person of Interest" in Madison Magazine, a monthly arts, business, and lifestyle magazine published in Madison, Wisconsin. Read about Kathy Park's path to NCCD and what makes her passionate about NCCD's work …
| by NCCD
A new report focuses on the growing population of girls who are incarcerated in adult correctional facilities. Two NCCD staff members, Antoinette Davis and Caroline Glesmann, along with former NCCD intern Andrea Gentile, wrote the report, which summarizes current research and recommends actions…
| by NCCD
Citing the lower levels of safety and security offered by private prison facilities compared to federal prisons, the US Department of Justice has directed the Federal Bureau of Prisons to greatly reduce the private prison population over the next year. In a …
| by NCCD
NCCD and the Asian American Journalists Association are partnering on a new criminal justice reporting project. This three-year special reporting series will focus on producing multimedia content on criminal and juvenile justice issues affecting communities of…
| by Nick Selby | The Washington Post
A new piece today in The Washington Post cites NCCD research on the Richmond, California, Office of Neighborhood Safety (ONS). The ONS's Operation Peacemaker Fellowship engages those most likely to shoot or be shot in an effort to reduce homicides and gun violence in Richmond. …
| by Roxane Gay | The New York Times
Roxane Gay condemns the murder of Alton Sterling in this New York Times editorial, published just hours before the murder of …