NCCD is excited to announce our second request for proposals (RFP) for Pay for Success (PFS) Social Innovation Fund (SIF) feasibility assessment technical assistance.
The 2015 Second Chance Act (SCA) and Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) National Conferences will take place December 14–18 in Washington, DC. The current political moment has increased our society’s awareness of the
The annual November meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC) will focus on “the politics of crime and justice.” NCCD staff will be in attendance. ASC is the largest professional criminological
CEO Kathy Park will participate in a briefing on the exciting work of grantees of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) who are transforming the lives of youth around the country. As SIF grantees, these organizations are part of a growing movement to
NCCD’s Phil Decter,
NCCD researchers Estivaliz Castro and Caroline Glesmann will present at the 16th Bi-Annual Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders Conference (AJFO), the only conference focused exclusively on women and girls in the criminal justice system. Their
NCCD researchers Angela Fitzgerald (pictured at left) and Kristen Johnson, PhD, will present “Structured Decision Making through a Racial Equity Lens” at the YWCA Madison Racial Justice Summit. The 2015 conference, “From a Moment to a Movement: