Reentry

Urban Institute

The Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center staff members conduct research and evaluations and provide technical assistance to improve justice policy and practice at the national, state, and local levels. Urban researchers examine the development, implementation, and impact of policing, crime prevention, and gang disruption initiatives. The work includes a large breadth of topics ranging from risk assessment, community corrections and reentry, human trafficking, forensic science, courts and sentencing, to gun violence.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • Justice Reinvestment Initiative: Program Oversight, Coordination, and Assessment Technical Assistance Provider
  • Justice Reinvestment Initiative - Program Oversight, Coordination, and Outcome Assessment Provide (Supplement)r
  • FY 16 Risk Assessment Clearinghouse

National Association of Drug Court Professionals

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation founded in 1994 by pioneers from the first 12 drug courts in the nation.

This extraordinary group of innovative judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and clinical professionals created a common sense approach to improving the justice system by using a combination of judicial monitoring and effective treatment to compel drug-using offenders to change their lives.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • Adult Drug Court Planning Initiative
  • Adult Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance Initiative
  • Adult Drug Court Training Initiative

School of Criminal Justice: Michigan State University

The School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University (MSU) is the nation’s oldest continuous degree-granting program in criminal justice. Since 1935, MSU has been a leader in criminal justice scholarship with its pioneering research, undergraduate, and graduate education and engaged collaboration with criminal justice agencies, the private sector, and communities locally and abroad.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) National Training and Technical Assistance Program FY 2018
  • Smart Suite Training and Technical Assistance Program
  • Project Safe Neighborhoods Training and Technical Assistance Program

Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc.

The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. (APA) is incorporated in the commonwealth of Virginia and headquartered in Washington, D.C. The association is a nonprofit charitable organization that is supported by member contributions as well as government grants and funding from both foundations and the private sector. Prosecutors direct the organization through a volunteer board of directors led by the Chair of the Board, Jackson County, Missouri Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker and Vice Chairman, Multnomah County, Oregon District Attorney Rod Underhill.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • FY 18 Capital Case Litigation Initiative

Community Resources for Justice

The Crime and Justice Institute (CJI) at Community Resources for Justice (CRJ) works with local, state, tribal and national criminal justice organizations to improve public safety and the delivery of justice throughout the country. CJI provides nonpartisan policy analysis, implementation consulting, capacity building assistance and research services to advance evidence-based practices and create systems-level change.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • Justice Reinvestment Initiative: National Training and Technical Assistance
  • Justice Reinvestment Initiative: State Level Technical Assistance (Supplement)
  • Criminal Justice Improvement and Recidivism Reduction through the State-Level Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI)

Council of State Governments

THE COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS

Founded in 1933, The Council of State Governments (CSG) is the nation’s only organization serving all three branches of state government. CSG is a region-based forum that fosters the exchange of insights and ideas to help state officials shape public policy. This offers unparalleled international, national, and regional opportunities to network, develop leaders, collaborate, and create problem-solving partnerships. CSG's national headquarters is in Lexington, Kentucky.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • JRI: Training and Technical Assistance to Four States
  • Enhancing Reentry Efforts in Tribal Communities
  • Innovations in Supervision Initiative - JC
  • Preparing for Home: Reentry in American Indian Nations and Alaska Native Villages
  • Building Community Corrections Capacity
  • NRRC 2018
  • FY 2018 State-Based Capacity Building Program
  • JMHCP Training and Technical Assistance FY18
  • Training and Technical Assistance and Web-based Resources to Enhance Tribal Court Systems
  • Support the Project Safe Neighborhood Training and Technical Assistance Project
  • FY 17 Justice Reinvestment Initiative State-Level Technical Assistance (Supplement)
  • Justice Reinvestment: Intensive Technical Assistance to States

Center for Court Innovation

The Center for Court Innovation seeks to help create a more effective and humane justice system by designing and implementing operating programs, performing original research, and providing reformers around the world with the tools they need to launch new strategies.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • Tribal Risk/Need Assessment Tool
  • FY18 Sixth Amendment TTA
  • FY 17 Price of Justice Training and Technical Assistance
  • Adult Drug Court State-Based Drug Court TTA
  • National Problem-Solving Justice Initiative

Fox Valley Technical College

The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College (NCJTC) is a leading national training organization in the field of criminal justice.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • BJA FY18 Tribal Corrections Capacity Building Training and Technical Assistance
  • Tribal Justice Systems Capacity Building Training and Technical Assistance
  • Tribal Justice System Planning Process

Center for Effective Public Policy

The Center for Effective Public Policy (CEPP) is a nonprofit organization first incorporated in Pennsylvania in 1981 with its main office in Kensington, MD, and satellite offices in San Francisco, CA; Melbourne Beach, FL; Columbia, MO; Lebanon, PA; Columbia, SC; and Edgerton, WI. CEPP’s staff and network of expert consultants are configured into project teams that have diverse qualifications and backgrounds in criminal justice, corrections, organizational development, nonprofit management, training, human services research, agency administration, and policy development.

Active BJA Funded Project(s):

  • FY 16 JRI: Category 2 (Supplemental)
  • The Diversion Repository
  • BJA FY 17 Solicited – Corrections
  • National Parole Resource Center Supplement