Communications

  

The Crime Report

The Center on Media, Crime and Justice (CMCJ) is a think-tank based at John Jay College of Criminal Justice that aims to promote and improve the quality of reporting on criminal justice issues. The Center runs several programs, including The Crime Report, which provides news and analysis on criminal justice issues from around the world, and the Reporting Fellowship program, which supports in-depth reporting on justice and the law. The CMCJ also organizes symposiums, events, and seminars on criminal justice issues, bringing together journalists, policymakers, scholars, and practitioners to exchange ideas and promote informed debate on criminal justice reform.

The Crime Report

The Center on Media, Crime and Justice (CMCJ) is a think-tank based at John Jay College of Criminal Justice that aims to promote and improve the quality of reporting on criminal justice issues. The Center runs several programs, including The Crime Report, which provides news and analysis on criminal justice issues from around the world, and the Reporting Fellowship program, which supports in-depth reporting on justice and the law. The CMCJ also organizes symposiums, events, and seminars on criminal justice issues, bringing together journalists, policymakers, scholars, and practitioners to exchange ideas and promote informed debate on criminal justice reform.

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Center of Media Crime and Justice at John Jay College
National Criminal Justice Reference Service – Resources

The National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) is a federally funded resource offering justice and drug-related information to support research, policy, and program development. The NCJRS has an extensive online collection of publications and resources, including reports, research papers, and statistical data on a wide range of criminal justice topics. It is an excellent resource for policymakers, practitioners, researchers, students, and anyone interested in the criminal justice system. The organization provides a wide range of information and resources to support justice practitioners in decision-making, policy development, and program implementation. It is a valuable resource for those seeking information on crime and justice issues in the United States.

Office of Justice Programs
Justice & Public Safety

The National Association of Counties (NACo) Justice & Public Safety program area focuses on supporting and strengthening county efforts to improve public safety and criminal justice outcomes. The program provides resources, advocacy, and technical assistance to county officials and staff working in the justice system, including law enforcement, courts, and corrections. NACos work in this area includes supporting evidence-based practices, promoting innovation and collaboration among stakeholders, and advocating for policies that improve public safety while reducing incarceration and recidivism. The program also works to address the mental health and substance abuse issues that often intersect with the justice system. Overall, NACos Justice & Public Safety program area is an important resource for county officials and stakeholders working to create safer and more equitable communities.

National Association of Counties
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